DAT Dallas Archive: The Design & Animation Tour, Maxon/Mograph.com
Last week, the DAT tour kicked off in Dallas, Texas. The show featured Alex Parker, Barton Damer, Gustaf Fjelstrom, Sasha Vinogradova, Mark Fancher, Ryan Talbot, Travis Ragsdale, EJ Hassenfratz, Chris Schmidt, Jonathan Winbush, Mathias Omotola, Dave Koss, & Matt Milstead.
Toolfarm is proud to be a part of the DAT: The Design & Animation Tour, presented by Maxon and Mograph.com. The show hits the road for a multi-continent journey across the U.S., Canada, and Europe. To be clear, this isn’t just any run-of-the-mill tour. They’re bringing together artists of all skill levels to inspire, educate, and connect like never before. So whether you’re a seasoned pro, just starting out, or somewhere in between, this is a must-see event that’s sure to leave you feeling inspired and ready to take your art to the next level.
Next Up… Denver on May 11!
The Denver show happens May 11, only a week away! Get your tickets at DAT: The Design & Animation Tour or stay tuned and watch it live online.
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