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Life & Work with Robert Ennis

Today we’d like to introduce you to Robert Ennis.  

Hi Robert, can you start by introducing yourself? We’d love to learn more about how you got to where you are today.
I started making art as a kid, got into marketing around the age of 20, ended up in product and packaging design, and eventually, I had a weird dream where I was told to get into political design, so I did a few years ago, and have enjoyed quite a bit of success on that. From my final art, I do a combination of photography and geometry, photo montage, and symbolism, but lately, I have been moving more back into fine art, getting back to my creative roots. 

Can you talk to us a bit about the challenges and lessons you’ve learned along the way? Looking back, would you say it’s been easy or smooth in retrospect?
Like anyone else, I have enjoyed a number of challenges in my personal life, and of course, the 2020 lockdowns destroyed all of my business with yoga studios, so I have gotten to reinvent my brand again and again. Along the way, I discovered the power of symbol and narrative, and now I wonder what a human can be beyond all the meaning granted by holding on to what we think we know. 

Can you tell our readers more about what you do and what you think sets you apart from others?
I am known for being able to make very specifically targeted artifacts and heirlooms for individuals and families that will last for generations, but usually only after I have already designed a logo or t-shirt for somebody. 

We all have a different way of looking at and defining success. How do you define success?
Success is in the eye of the beholder. 

Pricing:

  • $100/hr for design
  • On-demand printing at reasonable prices
  • Artifacts starting around $500

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