This arena of the
site contains examples of my non-music commercial work. It is essentially
a formal portfolio of my mainstream commercial and commissioned
work. Roughly speaking, it is divided into five sections: LOGOS,
PROMOTIONAL, and ILLUSTRATION.
- The LOGOS section is essentially that,
logos or commercial identity pieces.
- PUBLISHING encompasses
anything that is published, i.e. printed, be it print media, commercial
T-shirts, CD or CD cover work, or software, mainly.
- PACKAGING entails all other printed
matter or whatever might be concerned with the package identity,
on-label promotion or on-label illustration.
- PROMOTIONAL is anything that falls within the realm of marketing,
such as print ads, fliers, invitations, specialty items (refrigerator
magnets, other geehaws), art-intensive T-shirts, and posters -
(for musical promotion, see the MUSIC ART arena).
- ILLUSTRATION is essentially anything else in the world of business
(commercial art) that is not directly concerned with identity,
printing, or direct selling. This might include such items as
catalogue covers, editorial publishing illustration, specialty
art-intensive promotional pieces, or specialty art-intensive identity
pieces. This is the main organizational breakdown of the images
displayed in PORTFOLIO.
I lied. There is one more section:
PORTRAITS and COMMISSIONS. This contains various examples of
my commissioned portraiture mainly, though there may be some examples
of other forms of commissioned pieces. Essentially speaking, commissioned
art – including portraiture – is fine art, and as such – excluding
portraiture – would more appropriately be found in the PRINTS arena.
There are numerous types of commissions that more properly fall
into the commercial field, and would probably reside with the portraiture
under this section heading. Such items might include commemorative
pieces, such as calendars, posters, coins, etc., and well, whatever
is not in the other arenas or section headings.
Prices are not listed as all pieces commissioned commercially
or otherwise are highly subjective in nature, and therefore require
subjective evaluation and discussion. I am however desirous of getting
your commission, so simply contact me via email:
danny (at) dannygarrett (dot) com
or contact me telephonically at (512) 892.6810. (Please replace
the words in this email address with the appropriate symbols; we
write it this way on the web to avoid detection by web bots, trolling
for email addresses to add to their spam lists.)
We can then begin the discussions that generates your art or graphic
commercial asset. General comments via the same media are, of course,
appreciated as well.