Chris Consani (Born 1951) is an artist who was born in Ottawa, Canada. He's a graduate of Art Center College of Design, having graduated with Bachelor™s degree in Fine Arts and honors in illustration. After completing his education at the college, he worked as a freelance artist for 18 years. During the period, he worked with companies such as McDonaldâ€™s, Disney Video, Miller Brewing Company and MCA Records. He's a respected fine artist and a graphic designer who makes album covers, movie posters, and more. He's also known for his highly popular pop art images. Although he covered several subjects, his favorite subjects are James Dean, Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, and Humphrey Bogart.
Consani's success began in 2006 when he got hired by DNA Productions as the Art Director of the film The Ant Bully. That feature film gave him a name that saw him hired by Rhythm and Hues to direct specific visual effects and designs for the company's motion pictures such as Hop and Alvin and the Chipmunks. Several other production companies also hired him for some short projects. Consani has created conceptual art through digital programs for a wide array of clients. His designs have been featured in a number of high end films such as Dr. Doolittle, The Sun of all Fears and Anna and the King. Consani's art pieces have also appeared in the Library of Congress, Society of Illustrators, among other art centers and galleries. Currently, Consani works with several reputable companies, including DNA Productions and Dream Picture Studios.