|Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD (2012)||(Environment Artists)|
|Tony Hawk: Shred (2010)||(Lead Environment Artist)|
|John Woo presents Stranglehold (2007)||(Additional Artists)|
|Mortal Kombat: Armageddon (2006)||(Background Modeling)|
|Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)||(Environment Modelers)|
|Singularity (2010)||(Also Thanks)|
|Family Guy Video Game! (2006)||(Special Thanks)|
|Duel Masters Limited Edition (2004)||(Special Thanks)|
Justin Mohlman is a Chicago-based artist who has spent nearly a decade working in the video game, music and educational industries.
As a veteran in the gaming industry, Justin contributed to over a dozen titles at several studios. He developed art content for legacy franchises, such as Tony Hawk and Mortal Kombat, as well as other AAA titles like Singularity and Stranglehold. His last finished game is the newly released Tony Hawk Pro Skater HD, which is on the Xbox360 and PS3 platforms. Currently, Justin is working at Disney on Avengers Initiative for Marvel.
While freelancing in music, Justin has used his creative eye to assist dozens of bands with their artistic, marketing, management and sound production needs. He has worked with local groups, such as Kill Hannah, Taproot and Chevelle, as well as international acts, such as Anthrax, Disturbed and Mudvayne. He most recently completed the album art for Dirge Within. At the present time, Justin is working with members of the musical groups Puscifer, A Perfect Circle and Ashes Divide on a new project titled The Beta Machine.
Justin’s solid reputation in gaming and music has not gone unnoticed. Since 2007, he has been teaching Senior Portfolio, Level Design, Environment Modeling and Game Project at several art schools within the Chicago-land area. Presently, Justin is an adjunct instructor at DePaul University and Illinois Institute of Art of Chicago.
When Justin is not teaching or consulting, you'll find him running Code of Conduct, a tattoo shop in Chicago’s South Loop where he is currently part-owner and manager.
Last updated: Mar 20, 2013