RE: DaKine October 2005 Cover, From the Editor:
That cover is way beyond excellent. Please tell our amazing artist, Robert, that I said so. We have now reached the point with this artist where we can no longer identify which of his covers are the best; so many of them tie for first place.
RE: DaKine May Cover, from the Publisher
I love this! …Great job. …I’m tickled pink about the cover.
RE: PLAY Logo: from client:
WOOF! It looks terrific, both on-screen and printed out on glossy paper! …Thank you for your enthusiasm and wonderful work on this logo.
RE: DaKine October Cover, from the Publisher:
Superb. Can’t praise you enough. This will fly off the racks. Everyone is loving it. Mahalo again for such a great job.
And, after hitting the newstands: Well, your cover is a big hit (as I knew it would be). The most sought after issue yet.
RE: DaKine December Cover, from the Publisher:
I just want to say how pleased I am with the final cover. It’s exactly what I wanted. It’s superb. Thank you many times over. You made it really shine!
RE: DaKine February Cover, From a reader:
Loved your captivating cover of “Da Kine Cupid!” –A real piece of art! My compliments to photographer Richter and to “Barney” for having the balls–and the sense of humor–to pose for it!
RE: DaKine October 2005 Cover, from the Publisher:
Very nice job. I love your concept and execution. But you’ve succeeded. It’s brilliant! The rain pulls the concept off. Another great job. Bravo!
RE: Valentine theme artwork for Molalla Art, Wine & Chocolate Festival, From the Arts Commission:
Yes, we would love to have you. We just love your heart themed work.
About Chicago Hellfire’s Inferno 29:
I was chosen in a competition as the event artist, and my artwork appeared on a variety of souvenir merchandise–the proceeds going to a scholarship fund. For the first time in 29 years, they ran out of merchandise and had to re-order to satisfy demand!