This week we had the absolute pleasure of sitting down to chat with pop-artist Jerrod Maruyama. Jerrod’s client list is impressive! He’s worked with the Disney Company, Warner Brothers, Mattel, and Hasbro to name a few and he is constantly featured at the Wonderground Gallery in the Downtown Disney District of the Disneyland Resort; one of his most familiar pieces was the ‘Hipster Mickey’ which took the Disney fans by storm! Jerrod is also the artist behind the ‘Kingdom of Cute’ series which were made into pins and vinyl toys. Check out some of the other art pieces that Jerrod has worked on:
Helping the kids
The CHOC Walk is almost here and we need your help to reach our fundraising goal! We're trying to raise money to help the Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) and we've updated our goal in an attempt to raise at least $1000! If you can spare a few dollars it would help us out a lot and we would sincerely appreciate your contribution! Thank you in advance for your support!
You can click on one of the images below to donate directly to one of our fundraising pages.
Check out this vlog from our inaugural CHOCWalk!
In this episode we talked about where "Big Al" got his name, well, it was non other than "Big Al" Al Bertino a former Disney Animator! Check out the photo below, do you think they look alike.
Until next time! °o°