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Our #WebsiteWednesday series is filled with artists behind some of the biggest brands and entertainment projects in the world. There’s’s art direction on ad campaigns for Adidas and Nike,’s character animation on Titanfall,’s VFX animation in The Last of Us and Uncharted, and HBO’s microsite for it’s critically acclaimed hit show Silicon Valley on, just to name a few. This week we’re highlighting another creative member of #GenXYZ who has worked on many of the biggest films and games of the past decade: is a portfolio site displaying the work of JP Monroy, art director at leading VFX animation company Whiskeytree. JP’s list of credits working on box office smashing movies is nearly endless, including the Iron Man, Hunger Games, Captain America, and Thor series, The Avengers, Rango, The Revenant, Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, The Big Short, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and many more. JP has also worked on some of the most popular video games in the world as well, including League of Legends, Best Friends, and Need for Speed.

JP also uses his site to show off his original works of fine art, including paintings and drawings inspired by many different styles and artists. The split between JP’s personal and professional works of art on are a display of the two halves of his life as an artist, and a unique way he utilizes the personal portfolio site format.

“It had been a while since I had my work up, so I thought this portfolio website would be a great way to consolidate my commercial work in VFX and my personal projects. Showcasing all my work with a tailored interface will hopefully allow me to collaborate with other artists and keep my creative output up to date.

I chose a .xyz domain I spend most of my days staring at 3D software, having the X,Y, & Z axis in the name felt appropriate.”
JP Monroy, Creator of

Your .xyz domain is what you make it, and JP has made his domain into a site that projects his art and vision just as far as the movies he’s worked on have. What’s stopping you from making your own personal site and projecting your own passion to the world? Join JP and register today to get started showing your talents to the world.

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