Jim Leszczynski

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Bio

I'm a full-time graphic designer and illustrator. I dig what I do so much that I forget to sleep sometimes, but luckily the results of my insomnia are successful clients, a few awards and a portfolio that continues to grow.

At the core of my passion for design and illustration is a love for art that started as a kid. My grandmother says she used to walk in on me sprawled in front of a newspaper, turning the pages slowly back and forth, even though I couldn’t read the words. Perhaps it was the layout or maybe just a great Calvin & Hobbes strip.

At the end of the day, I want my clients to be confident in their brand. Helping businesses and people tell their stories with compelling, clean and professional visuals is what I strive for. And after that — when my clients are happy — I'll enjoy a cold IPA and a long walk with my dog, Cruz.

  • Jim Leszczynski commented on the article "Anchor: A Campaign Against Crime on College Campuses"

    Laura has created a beautiful system and the execution is done quite well. The colors and typography are beautiful. The website is simple and user friendly. I think what is important with this design is it requires minimal explanation. Any computer savy individual can use this interface.  After being an Residential Assistant on campus for over two years, you begin to realize just how many horrible things go on every day. Many go unnoticed and unseen. I appreciate the fact that Laura has self initiated something that is both relevant to her community and benefits other individuals. It's not a design that's interested in "making a buck" or acquiring nod's from the design community.  A design like this should be implemented across campus communities nation-wide. It is easily implemented in different communities, versatile and brings awareness.  Hat's off to Laura Berglund and her beautiful system.

  • Jim Leszczynski commented on the article "Anchor: A Campaign Against Crime on College Campuses"

    Laura has created a beautiful system and the execution is done quite well. The colors and typography are beautiful. The website is simple and user friendly. I think what is important with this design is it requires minimal explanation. Any computer savy individual can use this interface.  After being an Residential Assistant on campus for over two years, you begin to realize just how many horrible things go on every day. Many go unnoticed and unseen. I appreciate the fact that Laura has self initiated something that is both relevant to her community and benefits other individuals. It's not a design that's interested in "making a buck" or acquiring nod's from the design community.  A design like this should be implemented across campus communities nation-wide. It is easily implemented in different communities, versatile and brings awareness.  Hat's off to Laura Berglund and her beautiful system.

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