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More than 15 years ago, he channeled his documentary sensibilities into his childhood love of Star Wars through building dioramas and customizing action figures. He now uses them as sets and characters for satirical images rooted in his news experiences. Hayford is well-
Stephen’s work can be viewed here:
Candy Keane is a professional costume designer, costumer and owner of Three Muses
Inspired Clothing costume and corset boutique in Jacksonville, FL. Her award winning
costumes have been featured in magazines, TV and movies since starting Three Muses
in 2005. She is most well known for making and wearing the Slave Leia outfits featured
in Empire Magazine and the E! Channel's Top 25 Most Memorable Swimsuit Moments and
also making the Leia costume Kristen Bell wears in the movie Fanboys.
When Candy isn't working in her boutique, she can usually be found at conventions and events dressed up in a variety of costumes, quite often as Wonder Woman or Harley Quinn. She was most recently featured in the book and Morgan Spurlock documentry ComicCon Episode IV: A Fan's Hope as both Wonder Woman and Slave Leia. You can see more of her costume work at CandyKeane.com
Rhiannon Owens is a local artist residing in Florida who makes her living from home
doing sketch and trading card art for 14 companies. She has worked on trading card
sets under licenses for properties that include Marvel, DC, and Star Wars. Her first
job was for Rittenhouse Archives's "X-
Examples of some of her work can be found at:
Tim Proctor is a freelance illustrator and designer. Tim is most known for his Star Wars sketch card art for Topps and prints for Lucasfilm for Star Wars Celebration V and VI. In addition to Star Wars, Tim has worked on many other sketch card sets such as The Walking Dead, Bettie Page, Night of the Living Dead, Mars Attacks, Nevermore Alice, Contemporary Pinups and much more. You can visit Tim’s website at
Chuck "THE HUN" Zsolnai has taken the road of the long lost "Roy Hobbs". Returning to drawing after 20 years in the sports world, he is know for his limited runs on sketch cards.
His day job as Historical Director of the International Soccer Archives (I.S.A.) often leaves little time for his passion of art.
Joining up with the Cadre Corner Art Studio on a lark, Chuck landed contract designs for some independent films. Along the way he produced sketch cards for Bregent, Topps and Rittenhouse Archives.
In addition,"THE HUN" has done cover art for Sci-