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Gary Bedell has worked as a professional illustrator and designer for over 20 years. From the age of three, he always had a pencil, pen, or anything that he could create with in his hand. By the age of six, he knew that being an artist was his calling.

His inspiration comes from many sources. From the look and eerie feel of Herbie Hancock’s “Rockit” video and visual artists like Katsuhiro Otomo, Arthur Adams, Koji Morimoto, Adam Duff, Rodney Matthews, and Craig Mullins, to musicians like MF Doom, Thundercat, DJP, and Karriem Riggins. But his main inspiration came from his grandparents and other members of his family. They taught him to push, work hard, and never give up, while also nurturing his creativity.
In his career, Gary has worked with such companies as Crypt TV, Activision, Aftershock Entertainment, Fantasy Flight Games, Disney, and Nickelodeon. He is currently the lead artist for Attack Wagon, creating conceptual art for their project Scrap Guilds.

When he’s not working, Gary loves to spend time with his wife and three kitties, traveling, spending time on personal projects, DJing, and collecting vintage toys. He also runs an artist organization called Clever Kaiju: an artist community where professional and aspiring artists can network, learn from each other, attend their classes and demos, and, in some cases, find employment.


IG: @artistgarybedell

Gary Bedell

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