Creating New Opportunities
After drawing Stick Figures for five years, one thing has become clear: people are drawn to them.
In fact, I’ve had multiple requests for illustrating books and have done so, including What Everyone Can Do, a children’s story called Falling Rock, and my book, Ditch the Act. My Stick Figures translate to many things in my life, including when I’m a guest on TweetChats, to my blog, or creating videos on YouTube. I even was hired recently by the Orange County Transit Association (OCTA) to draw Stick Figure safety signs about wearing masks in the workplace.
Over the years, many people have asked me if I can print a Stick Figure on a t-shirt, hat, mug, and most recently, a mask.
During the pandemic, I decided to build and launch this store to share my love of Stick Figures and to bring some simple and powerful motivation to the world.
Each one of my drawings starts as circles and lines that connect to form representations of the human experience. I can’t imagine my life without Stick Figures, and if you need some in your life, you can buy them in the form of a mug, a mask, or a special request.