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Worlds Beyond Imagination
A utopian city levitates above a lush green Earth. A brilliant doctor specializing in the care and treatment of half-giants and pirate slugs discovers a terrible plague from another dimension. A headstrong teenage girl and her friendly monster enter a high-stakes race for survival. In a bleak and gray dystopian city, a singular butterfly heralds miraculous discoveries for a half-human cyborg.
This is just a small sampling of the fantastical worlds imagined by visionary artist Matt Gaser. In this collection of paintings, sketches, and concept art, he will lead you on a journey to realms unlike anything you’ve ever seen in your wildest imaginings. Pack your bags, it’s going to be an incredible ride.
Matt Gaser is a Spectrum Awardwinning illustrator/ visual development artist living in Northern California. He began his studies learning Illustration and Entertainment Design at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. After graduation he worked in video games for six years doing concept design on such PS2 titles as Eragon and Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.
The games industry eventually led him to an amazing opportunity working for Lucasfilm on the CG animated TV series Star Wars: The Clone Wars as a lighting concept artist. After Lucasfilm, he decided to shift gears and embarked on working for himself out of his studio. Some of the projects he’s been designing for in recent years include Green Lantern: The Animated Series, the feature film HOP, and a new animated movie currently in development through Sony Pictures Animation and Rovio Animation. His passion for making books has also led him to a two-book deal with Chronicle Books, developing a fantasy adventure series marketed towards children and young adults. Matt continues to live and work for himself in Petaluma, CA.