Matt Page on Kirby-Vision!
Matt Page is a huge Galactus fan who regularly writes about “The hunger that does not cease.” Matt’s Aztec/Mayan inspired “Galactus and Silver Surfer”
is now featured on the blog, KIRBY-VISION. This blog is curated by Jason Garrattley and showcases creative work inspired by the art and concepts of Jack Kirby. It is open to artists from any field and contributions are welcome in any media.
Matt Page’s tribute blog: http://whencallsgalactus.com/
Matt Page’s work: http://mattpagedotcom.com/art/
“I will have a table at the Sunstone Symposium up at the University of Utah this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. I will have T-shirts, prints, postcards, stickers, and buttons for sale. If your attending the symposium, come by and say hi.”
For more of Magen’s favorite cosplay photos please visit – www.flickr.com/photos/obakestyle
Many VAD alumni – Magen Mitchell, Matt Page, Heather Ackley, Lucas Ackley, Tyson Huber, Andrew Malin and more – are involved in Comic Con and Fantasy Con here in Salt Lake City, Boise and Las Vegas. Magen Mitchell sends this:
“We had a great time Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con! We met some cool people, acquired new toys and comics, ate good food, and generally had a great adventure.”
To read the full interview please go to – http://www.thekrakens.com/
You seem to be doing a little bit of everything. I work for a crafting and scrapbooking company right now and I’m really enjoying it. Most of my time is spent illustrating cute things and I am learning a lot of techniques that I can incorporate into my personal work. As far as my personal work goes, I’ve been busy keeping work in some of the local galleries in Salt Lake and Provo and I am currently working on illustrating an ABC board book for kids that is zombie themed called B is for Brains: ABCs for the Zombie Apocalypse. It’s fun trying to keep the balance between creepy and cute but the hard part of it is working in the same style for so many illustrations in a row. I get restless and want to try out new stuff and switching things up. If I do another book after this one, I want to make it so the style can change from page to page, if that’s possible.
Where do you draw the line on your humor? I think everyone draws the line in a different place where they feel comfortable. I draw the line before anything that I feel is demeaning or mocking. I tend to not make any jokes or satire that could be seen as being disrespectful toward the Savior or His work. I am willing to laugh at a prophet’s beard or their human shortcomings, but I don’t laugh at their actual calling or mission. That is at least where I draw the line.