Mark Watt is a renown artist who has been creating visual and practical art for over 30 years.
Mark attended the School of Visual Arts in New York City and Temple University, Tyler Campus in Philadelphia. Innovative and, original from his earliest days, his illustrations are now known world-wide.
Best known for his work with acrylics and digital airbrush, Mark captures the essence of reflective surfaces in unique and stunning ways. Some of his favorite subjects are classic cars, nostalgic scenes and surreal Images.
Mark's client list is a Who's Who of movie studios, toy manufacturers and video producers. Here are a few:
- Walt Disney
- The Rolling Stones
- Warner Brothers Pictures
- Paramount Pictures
- Tyco Toys
- William Morrow Publishing
- Avon Books
And children (and adults) are quite familiar with his illustrations for popular toys featured on the Hasbro Transformers and the Tyco Toys Crash Dummies boxes. Some of his most recognizable book covers were made into movies: The Odessa File, Day of the Jackal, and The Dogs of War.
He created the logo Illustration for the Clint Eastwood movie Pink Cadillac. Mark also has done many paintings for Budweiser that were produced for the Limited Edition Collector Car Steins. In addition, his work has been displayed in many art shows around the country and at the prestigious Society of Illustrators Club in New York City.