Chris Solarski
Chris Solarski (SOLARSKI STUDIO) specialises in the relationships between video game aesthetics and user experience—particularly the physical movements of players. His two books are widely considered essential reading for anybody interested understanding the artistic scope of interactive media. Chris' first book—'Drawing Basics and Video Game Art' (Watson-Guptill 2012)—is endorsed by John Romero and has been translated into Japanese and Korean. His second book—'Interactive Stories and Video Game Art' (CRC Press 2016)—has been described as gaming's equivalent to the screenwriting classic, 'Story,' by Robert McKee and is endorsed by film director, Marc Forster. Chris has given talks at international venues including the Smithsonian's landmark The Art of Video Games exhibition, SXSW, GDC Europe, and FMX. Chris is currently collaborating with internationally renowned artist, Phil Hale, and The Mocap Studio to develop an indie game based on the famous 'Johnny Badhair' series of paintings.
Zürich, Switzerland
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