Art Show Marks 10 Years of Marvel Studios

To mark the home video release of Ant-Man and The Wasp on digital Oct. 2 and Blu-ray Oct. 16, Marvel Studios hosted an art exhibition at Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles celebrating 10 years of artistry by its Visual Development Team.

The evening included a Q&A panel moderated by Alicia Lutes and featuring director Peyton Reed, head of visual development Ryan Meinerding, director of visual development Andy Park, and senior concept illustrators Rodney Fuentebella, Jackson Sze and Anthony Francisco. There was also a sneak peek at the digital exclusive bonus featurette “10 Years of Marvel Studios: The Art of the Marvel Cinematic Universe,” which looks at the role concept artists play in bringing superheroes from comic book to screen.

The exhibit includes 30 pieces of artwork, 10 from Ant-Man and The Wasp and 19 from each of the other MCU films to date, and runs through Oct. 14 at Hero Complex Gallery.

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