The Grand Prix experience isn't complete without a visit to the artists. They bring life to our favorite cards and characters in the game. They are always happy to sign cards, often have proofs, prints, and original copies of art, perhaps one of your favorites. We are proud to have these artists joining us:
Artist of Grand Prix Minneapolis' playmat (Bontu's Last Reckoning) Victor Adame is a fantasy and sc-fi Illustrator from Mexico. He specializes in what he calls (or many do) imaginative fiction, and tries to stay as close as possible to traditional style, while creating his pieces in digital.
Victor has worked for book covers, magazines, card games and more. His clients include Wizards of the Coast, FF Games, Blacksword Enterprises and many more. He is currently working on a super awesome legendary secret project while doing freelance work on the side.”
Zack Stella is an imaginative Realist painter and freelance artist & illustrator. Zack has been illustrating Magic cards since 2012, and the cards he’s illustrated have become iconic across multiple constructed formats. Legacy, in particular, features some of Zack’s most exciting work, with cards like True-Name Nemesis and the Conspiracy: Take the Crown version of Show and Tell topping the list.
ART BY ZACK STELLA
Aaron has some amazing work in Magic - including one of our favorites, Ajani! Besides Magic Aaron is also involved in a new Kickstarter project for a beautiful token set. Be sure to check out his beatiful work at his website - http://www.aaronbmiller.com/
ART BY AARON MILLER
Jason is a visual artist working in the entertainment industry. Since 1994, he has provided ideas, visual arts, and conceptual solutions for many major clients in various industries. Over Jason’s career, his work has appeared in award winning video games, book covers, movies and comic books.
With 20+ years experience in the entertainment industry, he utilizes a diverse skill set to create his imagery including traditional art, sculpting, photography, animation, 3d modeling, matte painting, and exploring any new digital art program tools.”