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I'm Adam Turman, if you haven't figured that out by the URL already.

I illustrate, design, and screenprint stuff. I've been doing this since about 2003.

Actually, let me back up. I've been drawing ever since I was about 18 months old (at least that's what my mom claims). I like to believe that's true. Creating stuff has always been important to me. Let's see, I made a sweet pirate ship out of a refrigerator box when I was 4, Ghostbuster costume with working backpack for candy when I was 10, and my first T-shirt design that was “produced” when I was 14 for a 9th grade party, that was sweet. The T-shirt thing was a turning point. I realized I could make stuff that many people could have, not just one.

I went to school for 6 long years to get a degree in graphic design, and eventually…

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  • Born on July 11
  • Joined November 15, 2006

Favorite materials

ink, screens, paper, squeegee

About

I'm Adam Turman, if you haven't figured that out by the URL already.

I illustrate, design, and screenprint stuff. I've been doing this since about 2003.

Actually, let me back up. I've been drawing ever since I was about 18 months old (at least that's what my mom claims). I like to believe that's true. Creating stuff has always been important to me. Let's see, I made a sweet pirate ship out of a refrigerator box when I was 4, Ghostbuster costume with working backpack for candy when I was 10, and my first T-shirt design that was “produced” when I was 14 for a 9th grade party, that was sweet. The T-shirt thing was a turning point. I realized I could make stuff that many people could have, not just one.

I went to school for 6 long years to get a degree in graphic design, and eventually become an illustrator with a full time graphic design job. I'm keeping those benefits, know what I'm saying?

Ok, this is kinda where I started. I began concentrating on my illustration and painting in 2003. I've taken up screenprinting and produce gig posters and art prints for music venues and art galleries all over the Twin Cities along with other various venues around the nation.

During these last few years, I've met a lot of great artists and designers who have inspired me in many ways. It feels good to be a part of such a vibrant art scene in the land of sleet, snow, and hotdishes.

Along with making gig posters, I also create art for CDs, T-shirt designs, and other graphic-y stuff for various bands, music venues, record labels, clothing companies, fellow artists, and collectors. You can see more of my work hanging up around town, in people's houses, my basement, and on on www.AdamTurman.com.

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