Brian Vogel Bio.
Brian was raised around the dirt tracks of southeast Texas in the late 1960s. He has had the
opportunity to be around motorcycles and auto racing since the young age of 6 months old.
He originally started his career in studio art, and still incorporates hand-built art into a majority of his digital design works.
Brian has also adapted his styles into the digital art and graphic design fields since 1999.
He specialized in oil and acrylic painting and those skills have helped him excel in Pantone screenprinting separations due to the extensive use of dry color blending techniques.
Brian creates brilliantly detailed, accurate, production-friendly separations for retailers such as Walt Disney World,
Pacific Sunwear and Hot Topic outside of the racing realm, and has had the opportunity to create many within
the racing world as well. Here is a rundown of various projects that Brian has participated in and been successful in over the years.
1997-2014 Completed projects for various Gulf Coast themed restaurants, bars and festivals as a design artist.
2003-2009 Superbike Showdown at Road Atlanta - merchandise artist
2004-2007 Big Kahuna at VIR - Logo ID and merchandise artist
2006-2012 Historic Sebring merchandise artist
2004-2006 Drift Atlanta (Formula D Series) merchandise artist
2005-2010 Moto GP @ Laguna Seca - Event merchandise artist/designer
2008-2013 Moto GP @ Indianapolis Motor Speedway - Event merchandise artist/designer
2001-2013 American LeMans Series - Event merchandise artist/designer
And these are some of the athletes in motorsports that Brian has has been commissioned to illustrate:
The Roberts family
The Hayden brothers
Brian is also a WERA National road racer and has competed since 1997 in sprint races, and endurance races since 2000.
Tedious research is conducted to capture the most current equipment in each division of racing. & MotoGP
(especially) is an ever-evolving sport, especially in mechanical areas.
Brian is a fully independent artist; he is professional and confidential.