On Jan. 17, Noah will be releasing a new Tinker Bell Custom Vinylmation at the Art Attack Weekend at WonderGround Gallery in the Downtown Disney at Disneyland. Below is the information posted by Noah earlier tonight as well as a preview and information about the entire weekend.
In celebration of the Art Attack weekend at WonderGround Gallery in the Downtown Disney District on January 17 and 18th, Noah has created twelve Custom Tinker Bell Vinylmation™ figures. Tinker Bell flies through the evening sky, which appears all aglow with pixie dust. The diorama contains iconic references to the film, including a beautiful night sky with a pirate ship soaring through the clouds; a clock signifying the relationship between Captain Hook and the crocodile; as well as spools of thread and a thimble to highlight the time that Tinker Bell spent trapped in the drawer of the Darling children’s bedroom. This piece is sure guaranteed to light up your collection with magic!
Art Attack featuring J. Scott Campbell, John Coulter and Noah
January 17 – January 18 – WonderGround Gallery, Downtown Disney® District
Are you ready for an Art Attack? Artists J. Scott Campbell, John Coulter and Noah are taking over WonderGround Gallery in the Downtown Disney® District. On January 17 and 18, take part in special live art performances and demonstrations by these artists from 5 – 6:30p.m. with a special artist signing opportunity following, from 7 – 9p.m. You’re not going to want to miss this one!
John is an artist based in Los Angeles. He acquired his art education at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. John’s paintings and sculptures are influenced by his love of the theater. Elaborate costumes, scenic designs, and whimsical storytelling are evident in his work. Along with visual, John also pursued performing arts, which led him to “The Happiest Place on Earth.” John performed at theDisneyland
® Resort, Walt Disney World
® Resort, and Tokyo Disney Resort
®. His roles included Prince Charming, Prince Eric, Prince Phillip, Snow White’s Prince, Burt from Mary Poppins, and Tarzan. These roles gave him special insight into the world of Disney. In addition to his art and Disney career John has enjoyed a twenty-year modeling career that has taken him around the world. He can still be seen in various print ads and television commercials.
NoahBorn and raised in Orange County, California, Noah grew up to be one of the most well know artist in the country and around the globe. He began his company on his bike at 16 handing our business cards to create art, signs and illustrations for local businesses. Soon after graduation from high school Noah received an airbrush from his family. He then embarked on a career of creating custom portraits on clothing and canvas. He would set up at local clubs and coffee shops to paint live for collectors in front of their eyes. This caught the eye of corporate companies and celebrities. An amazing day came when Noah partnered with The Walt Disney Company™ to create a line of Noah versions of the characters. Noah’s line has become a huge favorite among Disney collectors and fans worldwide. Noah’s works include character interpretation, as well as, product development such as one-of-a-kind Vinylmation™. Noah spends his time creating lines of product for cruise ships, galleries, his clothing line and private commissions for collectors. In addition, he spends his time designing and creating new works in his studio.___
J. Scott Campbell
J. Scott Campbell (called “Scott” by his friends) is a renowned illustrator and a world famous comic book artist with almost two decades in the business. Best known for his landmark series Danger Girl, where he served as both creator and artist, Scott has also created a huge fan-base over the years from his work on such titles as Gen 13, Spider-Man, Wildsiderz and most recently his series of pin-up calendars entitled FairyTale Fantasies, featuring his very recognizable, alluring and playful girly art. An all around talent, Campbell has also dabbled in the fields of film design, video games, toys, figurines, animation, commercial art, and self publishing. His current projects include designing figurines for Sideshow Collectibles, upcoming interiors on Spider-Man in addition to many high profile covers for Marvel Comics.