InDesign Inspiration


This article is excerpted from the April/May 2008 issue of InDesign Magazine (#23). Buy the issue or subscribe to the magazine at
Nick Sherman, 25, embraces modern life (he’s a skateboarder, musician, digital artist), yet he also
employs methods (silkscreening, letterpress) that were around way before computers, much less Twitter.
In this interview, Nick talks about his philosophies and techniques, and shares examples from his past projects. You can even hear him perform a song with one of his bands, The Napkins!
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James graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee in 2003. After a short stint designing catalogs he started working as a freelance designer for C2 Graphics Productivity Solutions. Soon he was promoted to a full time instructor/designer and subsequently become an Adobe Certified Instructor Design Master. Currently James is the Director of Content, Creative at where he is also an author.