As a former Walt Disney Imagineer, Maggie Parr has created artwork and designs for Disney theme parks around the world. Renowned for her Renaissance and modernist portraits, her Classics Series not only honor Disney characters, but also stand alone as fine works of art. Integrating her expertise as a fine artist with her architectural design skills, she has also created murals and portraits for many locations, including Tokyo DisneySea® park, Hong Kong Disneyland® park, World of Disney Stores, Worldport, and Americana at Brand.
Living in Philadelphia, Dave Perillo works as an Illustrator, who draws inspiration from many notable television, film noirs, cartoons, and character advertising icons.
Jimmy Pickering designed and created dozens of projects for Disney Theme Parks around the world during his time as a Walt Disney World Imagineer. With an admiration of classic Disney animation as his foundation, Pickering was accepted into the school of animation at California Institute of the Arts at the age of just seventeen, where he studied under some legendary Disney animation talents; learning the art of animation and the skills of visual storytelling through design and color — two elements that remain fundamental to his style.
Originally from rural and rustic Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Scotty Reifsnyder has used his mid-century design and illustration sensibilities for his illustrations used in many notable written media. Since breaking out on his own, Scotty has continued to utilize his mid-century design and illustration sensibilities, in illustrations for clients such as GQ, Time Magazine, The Boston Globe, The New Yorker, The New York Times and Wired.
Proficient in sewing, knitting and crocheting, developing her artistic abilities at a young age, Linda Rick, The Doll Maker, brings her dolls to life with a distinct character with her eye for beauty, and a mind filled with imagination and artistry.
Over the years, many of The Doll Maker’s creations have been featured on Home Shopping Network and also Home Shopping Europe. The Doll Maker has been nominated and won numerous awards, including the Diamond Awards, Awards of Excellence and the prestigious DOTY!
Fairy tales can come true … if only you believe!
As a rising star in the art world, Tim Rogerson casts his artwork with a very evident energy and passion. Using the medium of oil paints, Mr. Rogerson focuses on capturing people in social settings, “My work will always evolve, becoming more complex and detailed,” says Mr. Rogerson. Mr. Rogerson’s latest success has come in the form of an official title. Named an Official Artist of the 2006 U.S. Olympic Winter Team, Mr. Rogerson has taken the POP world by surprise again with his colorful and impacting style.
Michelle Romo is a self-taught illustrator and designer, whose influences include Mid-Century, Japanese, and Scandinavian design, and pretty much anything cute. Michelle also has been designing under the name Crowded Teeth since 2004. After three years of managing production by herself, Michelle decided to make the switch to licensing her art for products. Crowded Teeth is still going strong today with a line of tees, bags, accessories, and stationery.