- Illustrator & Sculptor
- Boise, Idaho
Jared Wynn was born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1982. Over the next few years his family moved from the United States to Germany where his father was stationed and then back to Kansas. Surrounded with art from an early age he began to show artistic ability and talent. After living in the San Diego area for two years after high school, Jared enrolled at Boise State University, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration.
Jared employs different media when creating his artwork. His work ranges from pen and ink, to painting, and digital. He prefers to work traditionally, but loves to flirt with digital media. Since graduating from Boise State, he has had the opportunity to do concept design for the Kuhn Global Production of ‘13’, and being involved in a stop-motion project for Stoltz Marketing Group and the United Way of Treasure Valley. In 2013 he was contracted by Spirit Towels, USA to create licensed artwork for greeting cards and posters featuring the alumni football players for Boise State University and the University of Oregon.
Jared Became involved in toy design late 2014 by becoming a digital sculptor for It’s Alive Labs in Boise, Idaho. Headed by Caleb Chung and Len Levitt. For over two years he has sculpted assets for numerous prototypes for the LuvaBella doll line, taking his work all the way to production and manufacturing by Spinmaster. In the fall of 2017 the LuvaBella Doll line was realeased for the Christmas season and was one of the best selling toys of 2017. He continues to focus in toy and product design.
Digital Sculptor and Illustrator at It’s Alive Labs, LLC
Present Boise, ID
At It’s Alive Labs, I create 3D sculpts for toy development and manufacturing in Zbrush for 3D printing and fabrication. My most recent project has been sculpting the LuvaBella line of dolls manufactured by Spinmaster , including sculpting ethnic variants for store exclusives for Fall 2017 release.
Freelance Illustrator at Spirit Towels, LLC
2013 – 2014 Boise, ID
Illustrated a series of greeting cards for Boise State University and University of Oregon featuring their alumni football players as well as slogans and landmarks associated with the Universities. Products included posters, vinyl banners, magnets, etc.
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration at Boise State University
August 2005 – December 2011 Boise, ID