Matt Cauley
Matt 'Iron-Cow' Cauley's background lies in the visual arts. Born in Dallas in the fall of 1973, he eventually relocated to New York to attend Parson's School of Design. Shortly after obtaining his degree in Illustration, he began working for Bloomberg LP as a Broadcast Designer while futher developing his Illustration and Toy Design work. In 1999, Matt formed Iron-Cow Prod. LLC to better serve his illustration, animation, design, and toy production clients. His work is regularly published and exhibited worldwide and he is a featured contributer to ToyFare Magazine. There are over 50 ICP-designed action figures currently on the shelves, and Matt is hard at work developing a line of t-shirts for Macys featuring his artwork. His clients have included E! Entertainment Television, DirecTV, the USA Networks, Macys, Art Asylum, Diamond Select Toys, the Irvington Institute, Safe Horizon and The Red Cross among others. Currently Matt resides in New Jersey with his ever-increasing amount of pets (along with his amazingly patient wife) and can be frequently found lurking about in the basement generally avoiding housework in the pursuit of visual creativity. Matt's illustration, broadcast, fine art, and toy design portfolios can be seen at the official Iron-Cow Prod. website at
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August 12, 2011
Not that you asked, but here’s how I warmed up to the DCUC Subscription offering. I’ll admit, at first I had *no* interest in the DC Universe Classics subscription. I hadn’t been buying DCUC in ages, the prices at retail were ridiculous, and most of the time I’d only be tempted by half the figures…