The Work of John Rios

Auburn Hills, Michigan (PressExposure) October 16, 2009 -- For over 16 years, Professional Graphic artist John Rios has done many amazing designs for a wide variety of clients, some of whom are very well known. Rios has consistently proven that he has the artistic skill and talent to create innovative and unique graphic art, and he has an impressive resume of satisfied customers. Rios has done work for celebrity clients such as Motley Crue and Ted Nugent, and he's also done work for the NHL and NASCAR. Furthermore, Rios and his talents have also been a part of numerous publications, and he was featured on the cover of the Orange County, Choppers Calendar.

Currently, Rios has added his collection of time, skill, and talent to VantagePoint Concepts. His work with VantagePoint Concepts includes a plethora of some of the best in Rear Window Graphics. Rios collection is distinctively his own, and it speaks to the individuality of many when it comes to graphic art and rear window graphic designs. Rios work that is featured with VantagePoint Concepts is part of the GrafixJam Collection. The Grafix Jam Collection focuses on the basis of this man's career, which is originality. Rios has always prided himself on being an innovator, a unique artist. Also, Rios starts all of his designs with just a pencil drawing and research, and from that he's created some of the most legendary graphic designs out there.

The world of graphic art and design requires that you have a vision, talent, and a real skill for knowing not only what to create, but how to make it go from just an idea to a work of art. This takes time, consistency, and creative genius. Within the work of John Rios you can see for yourself what a true graphic artist can do in order to turn a vision into a reality. It is this type of creativity and distinction that absolutely gives people what they want, what they need, and what they had in mind for the look and statement of their design.

Press Release Submitted On: October 16, 2009 at 9:48 am
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