creatures encased in plastic cubes. Straight from your favorite video games, Andrew’s paper Zombots, Tomorrow Kings, and Iron Pandas are the ultimate anime souvenirs. Professionally built from scratch, these figures look as if they were mass-produced with entire warehouses devoted to making a profit. But instead they’re individually made with care and love. It’s the most sincere kind of fan fiction, meticulously recreating your favorite characters and sharing them with the world.
The Chan brothers come from a medical family. Their father works in pharmaceuticals and now so does Matt. After seven years of medical training, Matt finally got a job working as a pharmacist at a veterinary clinic. Compiling prescriptions doesn’t give him the same kind of satisfaction as his art making but he’s forced to earn a living. He hopes for a different path for his younger brother Andrew, who plans to enroll at MassArt in the fall. Both brothers have a calling for the creative and would jump at the chance to turn their hobby into a career. But such an opportunity doesn’t seem so far away.
A Tomorrow King - Acrylics And Cardstock, 2015