Brandon Hunsaker of Lincoln Design Co| Illustrator - 20/20 Chapter 05
Another new voice from Lincoln Design Co illustrator Brandon Hunsaker makes a rare interview appearance as our 5th voice for our 20/20 special. Brandon found artwork through skateboarding and music in the early eighties. He started illustrating his favorite skateboard graphics, band logos, and comic characters as a kid and still does all of that now as an adult at Lincoln. Living a lifetime of illustrating all of the things that make him happy, while not talking much, it's a complete honor to have him on the show.
Damasso Sanchez of Lincoln Design Co - Illustrator | Animator - 20/20 Chapter 04
Illustrator and animator Damasso Sanchez is one of the voices from Lincoln Design Co. that you haven't heard on Adventures In Design before. Domasso shares how his roots in animation taught him how to illustrate both fast and with confidence. Sanchez explains how Lincoln accidentally started animated their logos and perhaps opened a portal to tons of new client and branding work.
Miguel Wilson - Toy Designer | Concept Artist - 20/20 Chapter 03
Miguel Wilson shares with us a story about following your heart and being open to wherever that journey may take you! From stadium stages as a professional hip hop dancer to China as a toy manufacturing consultant and back LA as a toy designer concept artist. Globally, Miguel is in search of one thing, and one thing only, happiness.
Nick Sambrato | Mama's Sauce Spot Color Print Shop - 20/20 Chapter 02
Nick Sambrato, like many of us, fell backward into printing. He fell from being a band manager in the music industry. Years later, he's still managing artists, but instead of musicians, it's the highly trained men and women of Mama's Sauce, his specialty printing business in Orlando, Florida. Nick co-runs his company with the mindset that Mama's Sauce is right for everyone but perfect for some!
Jermaine Rogers - Artist | Designer - 20/20 Chapter 01
Gigposter legend Jermaine Rogers explains how he made the transition to doing what he wanted to do fo for a living versus what he had to do. If people assume you're going to fail, then what do you have to lose. Jermaine shares his view on the accountability of artists who do not stand up and speak out on what they believe in because they are worried it will hurt their careers. It seems both history and Jermaine Rogers are both watching and judging your next steps.