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Star Wars Artist BRIAN MILLER Returns to EPCOT International Festival of the Arts 2020

International Festival of the Arts returns to Epcot for its fourth sensational year and they are bringing back the STAR WARS gallery. You will find gourmet fare, musical and stage productions, and a variety of talented artist all around World Showcase. The International Festival of the Arts combines three things guests love most about theme park festivals for weekends filled with international cuisine, Disney-inspired art and Broadway performances.

Star Wars artist Brian Miller will be appearing Friday, February 14th – Monday, February 17th, at the STAR WARS pop-up gallery hosted by ACME Archives & Dark Ink Art. The STAR WARS gallery is located in EPCOT World Showcase between Italy and Germany. Look for NEW Star Wars illustrations by Brian Miller debuting during the festival. Brian will be signing and personalizing Star Wars artwork for guest and will be available to chat about his art style and techniques as well as sharing his love for Star Wars with you. Maybe you’ll even find those Droids you’ve been looking for.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Star Wars Artist BRIAN MILLER Returns to EPCOT International Festival of the Arts 2019

International Festival of the Arts returns to Epcot for its third sensational year and they are bringing back the STAR WARS gallery. You will find gourmet fare, musical and stage productions, and a variety of talented artist all around World Showcase. The International Festival of the Arts combines three things guests love most about theme park festivals for weekends filled with international cuisine, Disney-inspired art and Broadway performances.

Star Wars artist Brian Miller will be appearing Friday, February 15th – Monday, February 18th, at the STAR WARS pop-up gallery hosted by ACME Archives & Dark Ink Art. The STAR WARS gallery is located in EPCOT World Showcase between Italy and Germany. Look for NEW Star Wars illustrations by Brian Miller debuting during the festival. Brian will be signing and personalizing Star Wars artwork for guest and will be available to chat about his art style and techniques as well as sharing his love for Star Wars with you. Maybe you’ll even find those Droids you’ve been looking for.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi-Fi Celebrates 20 Years of Coloring Your Favorite Comic Books

In 1998 Hi-Fi could be found providing digital color for Independent comic books like Billy Tucci’s Shi and Terry Moore’s Strangers in Paradise. Within a few years Marvel Comics offered Hi-Fi the opportunity to color 5 pages of Rob Leifeld’s artwork in Cable #75 and the rest as they say is history. Over the past 20 years Hi-Fi has grown to provide color for every major comic book publisher along with color for video game companies, film studios, board game companies, toy companies, and other businesses and organizations looking for professional digital color to make their artwork look stunning in color.

According to Comic Book Database Hi-Fi has colored over 500 unique comic titles and thousands of individual issues. We’ve enjoyed coloring so many amazing comics but we haven’t outgrown our roots as we still routinely color comics for Billy Tucci and Terry Moore. We’d love to help you with your next project. Contact us today and let us show how easy and enjoyable it can be to work with Hi-Fi.