“Getting information on graphic design pricing must be a very frustrating experience for potential clients. There seems to be no consistency. One designer will charge $50 for a logo, while another will charge $10,000. So how is a business owner supposed to know what to do?” This is an issue I deal with a lot. I’m … Read more
As a designer, I devour fonts and typefaces. I study them, draw my own characters, and regularly purchase and download new and exciting fonts from a host of individuals and sites. It can, however, be frustrating, when I need the use of only a single word in a design, but the font costs $100 or more. … Read more
Tangents are something I struggled with a lot in my early days of drawing. I didn’t know what they were called, but I found them a lot—especially when my drawn elbows met up with an edge in the picture, or the way I cropped an image visually and it just looked awkward. I originally discovered this … Read more
One of my favorite blogs, Design*Sponge, is offering a $10k scholarship for art and design students to assist in the pursuit of their creative endeavors through financial support. The deadline is Monday, so if you’re interested, apply now! (I wish I would have known about something like this when I was in school.) Find out more about the … Read more
Stefan Sagmeister has been one of my favorite designers/artists/creators for quite some time. If you don’t know his name, you might be familiar with some of his work: Stefan has an unorthodox way of working, where, instead of retiring once he’s older and has lost a good deal of his health and vigor, he takes … Read more
“I’m not dealing with money…I want everything that I do personally to be beautiful.” Thanks, Saul.
My final 25 drawings of Conan O’Brien, totaling 75 pictures over three months…
Here are the second group of 25 pictures I made of Conan O’Brien over the last three months…
In celebration of getting my pictures on Conan O’Brien’s show, I put together this video of the first 25 pictures…enjoy!
The Provo Library has been a good friend of mine for a long, long time. I first discovered Stephen King’s writing at the Provo Library. Bill Peet and Roald Dahl were there, too—not to mention M.C. Escher’s work, and books of paintings from Pablo Picasso. Books on writing, drawing, epic fantasies that soared inside my … Read more