Here’s a fun interview I did for @theArtisanRogue. http://theartisanrogue.blogspot.com/p/creative-interviews-curt-hanks.html
I designed the packaging for the new, updated Librarian Action Figure for Archie McPhee. The new figure is based on the idea that librarians are real-life superheroes, thus the cape. I was tasked to create a comic book-style cardback which included my illustrated version of Nancy Pearl, local celebrity librarian, as a superhero. If you’re […]
This year at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim, I participated in The Vader Case Project. The Celebration Collecting Track invited over twenty-five Star Wars artists and collectors to decorate a vintage Darth Vader carrying case with their own take on the Dark Lord. The artists include collectors like Gus Lopez and prolific Star Wars artists like […]
I’m honored to be taking part in The ArTmor Project. 60 Star Wars Artists, Podcasters, Fans, and Community Pioneers were sent blank Mandalorian armor sets to create custom one of a kind pieces of Art. These original works will be auctioned of as the corner stone of the annual Star Wars in Character Star Wars […]
What started as a project for my own amusement has really taken off! My Star Wars Chewbacca Supercut video has been featured in the Cut Up exhibition at the Museum of the Moving Image. Organized by Jason Eppink, Associate Curator of Digital Media From supercuts to mashups to remixes, Cut Up celebrates the practice of […]
In December of 2012, the Seattle Times featured an post by the Seattle Sketcher on the designers of Archie McPhee. The Seattle Sketcher blog is an illustrated journal of life in the Puget Sound region by Times artist Gabriel Campanario. Gabriel visited our offices to sketch and interview our crew. Link
A little project that I did for my own amusement – a supercut of every scene in the original Star Wars trilogy featuring Chewbacca, was selected to be included in the Migrating Forms Film and Video Festival (formerly the New York Underground Film Festival) during their “The Art of the Supercut” presentation!