Sunday, November 7, 2010

Portable Graffiti

Portable Graffiti has an awesome business going here! Just read her feedback to see that !

She will stand on her head to help you get exactly the look you are wanting for any graphic designing she does for you!


You'll find this info on Judy's profile in her Portable Graffiti Graphics, shop......


My graphic design experience started in high school with a major in art. I won first place in an ad layout contest.

I worked in a print shop after school starting when I was 16. Stayed with the same company after graduation.

I was a paste-up artist. They don't even call it that anymore, I guess. Instead of a computer we used x-acto knives and rubber cement. Cut up all the words and pictures and glued them in place instead of a computer key for "cut and paste." Lines were created with a roll of chart pak tape. I still have a small collection of these "antique" tools. Can't make myself get rid of my t-square, triangle, waxer, burnisher and proportion wheel even though they are useless tools now.

Experience:
Lettra Graphics, Pleasantville, NY
Omni Magazine
Cuisine
American Photographer
Penthouse

ART DIRECTOR
Phase One Graphics – Peekskill, NY
Prentice Hall
Sadlier
Franklin Watts
Simon & Schuster

Assistant Marketing Director
LeCroy Corporation, Chestnut Ridge, NY





Like these buttons?  
Judy does buttons also,  there are SO MANY  in her shop to choose from I had a hard time deciding which ones to put on here!  I LOVE so many of them!  You can get a really good idea of her sense of humor! Great Buttons!

That's not all Judy does either!  She also has a proofreading business and I can tell you there is a giant need for that! I see a lot of websites that could greatly benefit from this service! 

Please go see Judy for your graphic designs needs, your button fetish, and your proofreading services! 

AND  AS if that enough isn't to keep Judy busy, she also sells Vintage and 
other crafty curiosities......


Here's where you can find her!







4 comments:

therunninggarlic said...

Nice article! Yes, Judy is a wonderful person, talented and has a big heart!

niftyknits said...

funnily enough just before I saw this blog post I bought 5 mirrors from portablegraffiti - perfect stocking fillers!

Barbra said...

Judy is an A+++++ shop owner.

Walk in the Woods said...

Cute buttons!