He may design with a computer, but in reality Chris Rand is a modern update to the village blacksmith.
For decades now, Seekins has made himself a work of art.
His imagination was never-ending: his images were on gallery walls; his caricatures graced magazines and calendars; his patents proved his ingenuity.
Aiken's work can be found in the collections of General Mills, the Taj Mahal, the Walker Art Center, Maya Angelou, and Herbie Hancock.
Dehn is a published lithographer and two-time Guggenheim fellowship recipient.
Many, many people met Reginald Anderson over the decades, but few of them knew what he could really do.
As an aspiring animator, Ke Jiang had a personally fixed horizon: "Creating the highest level of artistic visuals for games is always my goal..."
Born to military parents, Lyons grew up in several foreign countries, so her wanderlust is no surprise.
Born in Montana, David Rathman is no cowboy. However, his prints and paintings often portray what might be considered "the manly life."
"Our fan base is weird," he told an interviewer in 2002; "You can see a punk rock dude standing next to somebody's mom. And it's good!"
Straightforward citizenship drives Paul Shambroom to make pictures about complex social topics.
Bubley's images are honest, intimate, and memorable; she liked to disappear behind her camera.
Author and Illustrator of Millions of Cats the oldest American picture book still in print.
Based in San Francisco, Will has directed projects for clients including Target, Compaq, Chimay, and Nordstrom.
In 2009, Dinski was acknowledged for his work with the Isotope Award for “Excellence in Mini-Comics.”