Logo design • Branding • Graphic design
Logo design • Branding • Business cards • Print design • Packaging design • Graphic designer working with clients worldwide
I hope I don’t look that delirious when thinking about type…
Love it! I guess I fall into the graphic designer category with typographer tendencies.
I love the illustration. I’m definitely not cartoon-y, more typographer (heck, I used to work on a Compugraphic). I love to design the look, feel, flow of information in a variety of media; print or electronic.
When I first saw this while browsing the internet, I laughed at how accurate it is, yet now, I feel there are a few “sub-species” that could be elaborated on.
Now I have a graphic designer family tree being mapped out on my desk. Thanks!
That’s hilarious! :)
They’re funny because they’re true.
I love it! Thanks, I needed to laugh today. I’m sharing it around to my graphics friends!
Crazy how accurate that was! I got graphic designer.
According to the chart, I’m a cartoonist, but I’ll never understand how someone can be a graphic designer and not be able to draw.
He he, I love it. So funny. I fall into the graphic designer category.
Uh-oh, I seem to have a MPD according to the chart, I’m a painter, graphical designer, cartoonist and photo-manipulator… It all fits me, except the MPD thing of course. :D
What is MPD?
I’m a visual artist. Other terms are just specifications of what I can do, or can learn to do if necessary.
Multiple Personality Disorder – right Agnieszka? ;) Most designers have that. I know I do.
Lisa, no wonder some call us crazy! :D
Great site Andrew! Fun work! A great marketing idea! According to the chart I’m a cartoonist. And hey, I AM a cartoonist! Truth in Marketing.
Comments are closed.