Photonic Playground returned after a long winter break to proudly presents four new artists for the months of April through June 2017 in the themed art show "The Child & The Parent: Two Generations of Art". Artists featured are: Robot Pencil & Learned Squared co-founder, Anthony Jones, a principal artist of Riot Games, Tyson Murphy, co-founder of Kazone Art Academy and concept artist, Lim Hur, and character artist from Blizzard Entertainment, Rob Sevilla.
We have teamed up with Makeshift, an artist community founded by John Ribera, to help bring this show together with artist proceeds going to a charity that will help aspiring artists get affordable housing and art education, managed through Makeshift.
Anthony has been a concept artist for the industry since 2007 and currently an Art Director for Osiris: New Dawn. He's also been a mentor since 2011 teaching art students all around the world.
About his featured daughter, Delilah Jones: a concept artist in the making! Draws for her family and play time on her iPad.
Tyson is a principal artist at Riot Games, and was previously working as a lead char- acter artist at Blizzard Entertainment on the World of Warcraft video game franchise.
He was a featured gallery artist for us back in August 2015.
Lim formerly worked as a concept artist at Infinity Ward on the latest launched game Infinite Warfare. She has worked at various companies such as Activision Blizzard, Electronic Arts, Liquid Entertainment and more. She specializes in environment concept design. She currently runs Kazone Art Academy for those who wish to thrive in learning while also feeling a sense of support and enthusiasm for art. She also runs an artist management and her client includes Kim Jung Gi and SuperAni Artist Agency. Her son Blake Choi is 21 months old and loves dancing and has a big heart in art but still in training getting a grip of a pen.
Rob is a senior character artist who is currently working at Blizzard Entertainment on the World of Warcraft team while recently finishing illustration work for the Hearthstone: Un'Goro cinematic.