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thanks for getting this far,

But before I go any further, I’d like to thank some people who helped me get to where I am today. Of course it all begins with my father and mother. They encouraged me to creatively reach out to my dreams without any worry of embarrassment. My lovely wife Debra, daughter Elana and son Ted, for their continued support and inspiration while putting up with all my 'inventive' reexaminations on life and the fact that bananas have no seeds and are all cloned.

In my career I've been able to work with a lot of talented individuals. Including clients, account service and writers, thanks to all of you, it's been real fun, as my website shows.

I especially want to say thank you to the writers. Although this is my personal portfolio website, most of the time, I'm the visual storyteller. They were the ones who were saddled with interpreting my visual thoughts into verbal formats — or I was tasked into making their words look pretty. Thanks to all. I couldn't have done it without your help.

I'm sure I'm going to forget* a few, but here they are:
Bob Whitmore; Tom Gulley; Gerry Ambrose; Hal Reeves; Glenn Eddie Gill, Melissa Gatchel-North, Kevin Kuzma and Linda Smith ...

* if I've forgotten your name, email me and I'll be happy to include it.

ok, why EYE LIKE ART? simply because i truly do.

If every thing falls into place, this "space" will become my blog or a forum for my observations.

eye like these too.

stealourideas.tumblr.com
cool blog of 2 ad professionals literally giving away ad concepts

burlappcars.com
eye like cars a lot and so does vince burlapp

graphic-exchange.com
Fabien Barral (a French graphic designer) finds and posts (by invitation) "printed" examples that inspire

urbandictionary.com
archive of contemporary american slang, listed in alphabetical order

theinspirationroom.com
tv, print ads, music videos, interactive sites updated

underconsideration.com/brandnew/
a blog focusing on corporate and brand work.

smashingmagazine.com/
a great design blog and resource with ideas, latest trends and techniques (and loads of freebies).

more to come later

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