Kyle Lambert is well known for his photorealistic art that include some well known movie and video posters (notably, Stranger Things), but what is behind those amazing images? Kyle joins us to talk about the creative process that produces them, why he builds some of his own tools, and the inspiration he gets from using Apple technology. He gives some advice for those with artistic aspirations, explains how he chooses which device(s) for what part of the project, and the transition from analog to digital.
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Kyle Lambert is an L.A. based visual artist, who is known for creating commercially successful artwork and illustrations for creative advertising in the entertainment industry.
Kyle originally trained as a traditional oil painter and now leads the field as a breakthrough digital artist. His approach to art involves detailed research, experimentation, and the development of new tools and techniques to create visually impactful artwork.
Over the past 10 years Kyle has worked with some of the world’s largest brands, including Apple, Adobe, Disney, GQ, Netflix, Paramount Studios and Vanity Fair.
You can follow him on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and see his amazing work on his personal web site.
Kyle Lambert’s Morgan Freeman Finger Painting