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Logo design • Branding • Business cards • Print design • Packaging design • Graphic designer working with clients worldwide
Twitter and tattoos. A fool-proof method for sure.
Hey Andrew, love your website, great question! I found my wife on the internet, fortunately she turned out to be real and not an avatar.
You want one? I am single, lol.
Act normal to start with, then back to “graphic designer” after you sign the paper.
That’s always a plus.
I’m flattered, but I think my partner might have some objections to that.
That might be a long time to hide all your ‘crazy’.
Clever! I had to read it twice, but it is late here…
Great to laugh out loud at 7:30 on a Wednesday morning!
Tell her you are a surgeon or a garbage collector but for crying out loud, don’t let her know you are a graphic designer :)
That should bide you some time until true love sets in!
Worked for me… 29 years ago and six kids later!
I’m 22 years and 6 kids behind you, Bob, so we’ve still got some catching up to do.
…by carefully kerning a relationship?
LOL. I’m a Graphic Designer, there is nothing wrong with us ;) But, I would never marry another graphic designer, too much drama & competition. I still want a creative man, so I will probably end up with a musician. Designers & musicians make a good team :)
I’m Graphic designer and I’m already married. Thank God my husband IS a designer. LOL.
My husband is definitely more the IT/Finance/Mathematical sort, which I love. I much prefer that balance, where he has strengths I don’t have and vice versa.
Yea! I am glad my husband is not a Graphic Designer as well. Who is going to watch the kid, while I am watching the pixels?!
Rule of thumb: diversify! Stay away from other designers :)
Yelizaveta, I’m a musician and a graphic designer, you should try me :)
Ha ha, you’re funny… I’d rather stay away from other designers, too much drama. Relationships are hard enough as is :)
My wife is a nurse manager, thank God someone in the family is making money!
There’s no shortage of work for nurses, Wayne, that’s for sure.
No speculative work or ‘nursing contests’ either. ;)
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