Gary Meyer, an artist who worked on everything war of stars to theme park rides to video games to album covers, has died at the age of 86.
Meyer, who began working as an artist for the US Air Force in the 1960s, is one of the most famous and popular conceptual artists to work in the 20th century. His most notable contributions include helping to create the opening scenes and the trench run finale of the original war of starsand helps design the creature from The thing and illustrating a number of Hollywood movie posters (The boat
He also worked on album covers for groups like The Jacksons, has done a lot of iconic aviation art (for things like books and aerospace companies), helped design theme parks on rides like Jurassic Park and Back to the Future and also supplied art for video games such as Operation Thunderbolt
After leaving the conversation Business behind it, M.He later taught for decades, something he was still active only a few weeks ago
Our thoughts are directed to Meyer’s family and friends.