Joe Pozerycki Jr. Graphic Designer | Illustrator | Artist
I provide conceptually brilliant and superbly executed creative solutions that communicate clearly, persuasively, and emotionally. The goal is to have each and every client introduction evolve into a continuous strategic alliance.
With over 35 years of creative experience, trust me, I possess the anti prima-donna personality. I know business, I realize and respect budgets, and I deliver — allowing you to reach and keep your current and future goals.
Good visual communication is good business. Good artistic expression is good for the soul. Smart clients can see my value of pro-talent coming through for them to help their critical endeavors
m o v e f o r w a r d.
A while ago, I had an opportunity to give something back — as it relates to my Graphic Design, Illustration, and Art profession — to a future generation. By absolute pure luck, I met a former classmate, Nancy, at a High School Class Reunion. As the conversation and catching-up continued I discovered that she was a School Teacher in the town which I was residing. I was delightfully astounded.
That amazing set of circumstances suddenly made it possible for me to fulfill an ambition. Giving back to a future generation. I set up an initial meeting with Nancy at my studio and subsequently prepared a tight draft presentation.
The Unique Differences Between Art And Graphic Design
Nancy graciously approved.
Since then I've been giving this presentation to (the geared) 4th and 5th grade students. In turn, the schools provided me with projection Smart-Boards for my flash-drive presentation. Of course I also brought in a wide selection of 2D and 3D samples. It was also very important to tell the youngsters about the conceptual thought processes and methods of execution that go into design and art which help the final outcomes.
The young students got it. They understood the unique differences. They were really smart, engaging, and responsive. I was just elated to be able to hold their attention for my allotted time. And, at the conclusions, they asked very good questions. Hopefully, my answers gave them some insight and inspiration.
The total experience was all pretty neat. From seeing Nancy at the Reunion to the rewarding conclusion and continuation of things. Therefore, if you ever have an opportunity to give back to a future generation as it relates to your profession, or even your experiences — take it without hesitation. I can confidently assure you that it be worth your while.