A Las Vegas native, multimedia artist Tony Castillo has spent most of his life in the pursuit of learning multiple artistic mediums from digital illustrating, woodworking, portrait painting and wall murals.
Bright colors and solid contrasting outlines are the center focus of Castillo’s work and carry across the many mediums he uses. He often incorporates them into a single piece for unique results and are usually influenced by pop culture and comic books as the subject.
His work is often on display around Las Vegas from restaurants to movie theaters, and he can be seen doing live painting events for local charities and public events.
What is AIGA?
AIGA advances design as a professional craft, strategic advantage, and vital cultural force.
The organization's aim is to be the standard bearer for professional ethics and practices for the design profession
18,000 members and 73 chapters, and more than 200 student groups around the United States
AIGA Las Vegas was started in Las Vegas in May 1996.
Your Host for the evening will be AIGA Las Vegas Founding Member and Current President of AIGA Las Vegas, Program Director for The College of Southern Nevada (CSN) Graphic Communications Program - Professor Dan McElhattan III.