Born and raised in Davis, California, Nate Wragg moved down to Southern California to study animation at the California Institute of the Arts.

Since leaving Cal Arts, he has worked as an illustrator and designer on various productions including Ratatouille and Toy Story 3.  He designed the end title sequence for Ratatouille, and served as production designer for Your Friend the Rat, Pixar's first short film to feature traditional animation. In addition to animation work, Wragg illustrated the children's book Too Many Cooks for Walt Disney publishing, and has exhibited art in the New York Society of Illustrators 50th Annual Showcase.

Marked by humor and color (and the occasional, lovable Yeti and Sasquatch), Nate Wragg's artwork is no stranger to Nucleus. He has contributed fantastic pieces to many past shows, some of which include Ancient Book of Myth and WarAncient Book of Sex and Science, and Terrible Yellow Eyes

Don't miss your chance to see some of his new personal work at Moonshine! This Saturday will also be your first chance to own a new Nate Wragg print, a Nucleus exclusive!


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