Elbowfish assembled an experienced creative team to work on Matt Kirby's latest game. Lee Moyer, a veteran Art Director, Illustrator and Designer is the lead artist on the project.
Lee Moyer, veteran graphic artist, illustrator and art director, will be the Lead Artist on Elbowfish's latest project. The company assembled an experienced creative team in order to bring to life the newest game from Matt Kirby, the creator of the party game Apples to Apples.
The latest title will be Matt Kirby’s first new game in over a decade. This new game will be just the beginning as Elbowfish recently announced that it has signed a publishing agreement to release a series of new games with Matt Kirby.
Lee Moyer said in a press release: "It’s such a joy to be working with such an accomplished team. Integrating, art, theme, design and gameplay is crucial to creating an immersive and intuitive player experience. Happily, Elbowfish seems to have gathered the right folks to bring those elements together and make this game great."
Elbowfish CEO and Producer David Galiel added: "It is a privilege to have an artist of Lee’s caliber working as part of the creative team for this game. It is hard to be involved in any entertainment medium these days without coming across Lee’s striking and influential work."
Lee Moyer has a long list of admirable achievements. He is a veteran Art Director, Illustrator and Designer for numerous games including Cursed Court, 13th Age, and The Doom That Came To Atlantic City; as well as licensed titles including Game of Thrones, World of Warcraft, Star Wars, and the Legends of Norrath card game. He also served as a Concept Lead for Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition.
Lee has created illustrations for top authors such as Alan Moore, Seanan McGuire, and Ray Bradbury. His cover art includes The Call of Cthulhu motion picture, two Laurel & Hardy boxed sets, and illustration for the Spider Man 2 special edition DVD. Mr. Moyer also created world-premiere posters for Stephen Sondheim, Andre 3000, Stephen King, and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber.
His illustrations have been featured in Communication Arts, Design Graphics, China's Top Artist magazine; the New York Times, the Washington Post, and by the BBC. His work has been displayed at the Society of Illustrators, the National Zoo and the Smithsonian's Natural History Museum.