Drew Pocza | Adobe Illustrator
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I mostly do business/ corporate work, but every now and then I get the chance to work on something more personal. People enjoy the fun style of art and it works in a variety of applications, but the “Average Joe” doesn’t have the corporate funding. It can be difficult to switch gears from business to personal work, however, it’s never a problem to inquire. When I do this kind of work, I know it’s personal and that can be creatively refreshing.

Here is an example of a project I did for some friends of friends as a wedding gift. This was printed on some very nice textured paper and I love how it turned out. And I think, sometimes art is better than a blender!




I recently made a youtube channel where I plan on making short videos on my illustration process. It was a difficult task, but I did it. I found it creatively invigorating to do. Since it’s in the Adobe family and I use the Adobe CC stuff I thought I would give Premiere a try. Originally I thought I would use iMovie, but it wasn’t what I was hoping for. So with lots of tutorial searches I finally made a movie.

The process is basically the same with most of my illustration work, but I chose to record my work during a sermon illustration for the Drawn by Faith series. It took a few hours, but I was able to trim it down to about 5 minutes. I hope you enjoy it. And please let me know if you have any comments or questions on stuff you may want to see.