Dec 30, 2015

Online Store!

I finally opened an online store on Etsy...
For now it's just going to be a handful of prints, I'm kind of testing it all right now.
Check it out here! 

Sep 25, 2015

Links update

This blog will not get new posts in the future, time to update your bookmarks!
Here's a round-up of the various platforms where we can connect ;-)

CTN 2015

Hey everyone!
I am very excited to announce I will be exhibiting at CTN animation eXpo in Los Angeles this year, along with 4 very talented french artists. Come see us at the Cafe Croissant booth!

Jul 1, 2015

Follow me on Instagram

I am now on Instagram, follow me @MattCyrusArt!

Mar 26, 2015

New beginnings!

Update your bookmarks!
I started a tumblr page a while ago.

Over the past few years, I got the opportunity to work on many different projects that allowed me to hone my skills in various ways. The range I showed in my portfolio grew larger, but in the process, I felt like I lost sight of what my personal style was. As an artist, I need to get back to doing what I like the most and create new pieces to reflect that.

This is the opportunity for me to redefine my style, and start with a clean slate!
Hope you'll like it!

Jun 24, 2013


I am extremely lucky to work with legendary Disney animator Andreas Deja on his short film "Mushka". I cannot wait to share what I've been doing on it... But for now, you'll have to do with this update on his blog!

Jun 6, 2013


May 7, 2013

The Stowaway Pirate

Apr 30, 2013

Marie Antoinette

Digital Study from Sofia Coppola's "Marie Antoinette"

Oct 11, 2012

Baby Love

I've been longing to make some mean pieces for the blog, so here's one.
I was definitely inspired by Ronald Searle for the characters... Hope you'll find it funny!

Jul 26, 2012

The secret ball

Aug 29, 2011


I just got back from an AMAZING trip to Italy... I was inspired to create a new piece based on my own reference pictures. I started with the idea of wildly exaggerating proportions of the Venetian architecture...

... then I looked for moods and different times of the day...

... then I did a quick tonal study to make sure the layout and the lighting worked together, and I started painting from there.