Stefan G. Bucher is an award-winning visual artist and designer who specializes in creating and shaping engaging worlds of original content for commercial and cultural clients such as David Hockney, Judd Apatow, the New York Times and JPL. He is the man behind and, which has spawned a book and a suite of “Monster Maker” mobile apps. He is the author of five other books, including the best-selling “344 Questions—The Creative Person’s Do-It-Yourself Guide to Insight, Survival, and Artistic Fulfillment.” He designed the titles for the films “The Fall,” “Immortals” and “Mirror, Mirror” by visionary director Tarsem. His time-lapse drawings appear on the Emmy-award winning TV show “The Electric Company.” He designed the Blue Man Theater in Las Vegas, gave life to the Saks Fifth Avenue Yeti, and turned singer/songwriter Wesley Stace into an animated character. He recently mounted a gallery retrospective of his life’s work from 1985 to 2075 entitled “Everything Is Going Exactly As Planned” and is currently working on the launch of his first satellite.