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Check out Mark Page’s Artwork

Today we’d like to introduce you to Mark Page.

Mark, we’d love to hear your story and how you got to where you are today both personally and as an artist.
I’ve drawn since I was about four or five years old. Mostly comic book and cartoon characters.

I continued to create art as I grew up and after high school, I earned a scholarship to attend college at the Art Center School of Design in Pasadena California.

I have worked for over a decade as a designer for the Walt Disney Company as a Disney Imagineer. Having designed, and art directed theme park attractions all around the world, contributing to the design of high-end Disney hotels, and work with the Disney cruise line. Now I desire to bring my experience in hospitality design, storytelling, and design to my guests in the form of intimate and thoughtfully designed vacation rentals.

I love my wife, my faith, video games, art, and travel!

I probably feel most at home in tropical environments like Maui, but I also love the warm cozy feeling I get when I stay in a cabin in the mountains.
As a host, I want to give guests the things I’d want on a unique vacation. Most of all I want to give my guests an experience!

We’d love to hear more about your art. What do you do and why and what do you hope others will take away from your work?
My art spans the gamut. This is simply because I have so many interests. My work consists of designing and art directing attractions for Disney as I mentioned, as far as my personal work I love the aesthetics of steampunk design, but I also love designing futuristic sci-fi things. I truly enjoy creating worlds and the characters that inhabit them. I consider myself a visual storyteller. That lead me to self-published my own comic book called “Kana’s Island,” which earned me a best newcomer nomination at the San Diego Comic-Con in 2005.

I also do what I consider my fine artwork. My pieces are basically mechanical steampunk objects that are based on things found in nature like birds, fish, and the creatures. The message behind my work is emphasizing how man has elegantly designed things but totally based on the genius of design in nature.

How can artists connect with other artists?
I think if your genuine and you simply email artists with easy to answer inquiries, they generally will be cool and email you back. Try to make it as easy as possible for an artist to respond to you. Using social media platforms works as well.

Do you have any events or exhibitions coming up? Where would one go to see more of your work? How can people support you and your artwork?
People can see my work on my websites.

For my illustration and concept design please visit

For my fine art work which is sold a Disney Gallerys, visit

To see my interior design check out

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Image Credit:
All images copyrighted Mark Page Design

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