Nov 15
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I couldn’t agree more. 

Jon has a new website - very elegant & appropriate: http://jonburgerman.com/ I have been a fan of work for some time, and it sucks a little bit, because I always feel guilty buying prints and all the goodies he sells, but perhaps when Skyman turns older we might share the same taste - and whola - purchase away!

I have become aware that Jon’s abstract style is by-far not unique. Back in Michigan, I would have thought so, but between New York City & Portland, definitely, Portland … I have noticed many other artists that share very similar styles/ tastes in their illustration. But if you poke through Jon’s material, he has that extra “something” he brings to the table. Something you really can’t put your finger on, but you know it’s there. Come-on, think Quantum Physics.

I couldn’t agree more.

Jon has a new website - very elegant & appropriate: http://jonburgerman.com/ I have been a fan of work for some time, and it sucks a little bit, because I always feel guilty buying prints and all the goodies he sells, but perhaps when Skyman turns older we might share the same taste - and whola - purchase away!

I have become aware that Jon’s abstract style is by-far not unique. Back in Michigan, I would have thought so, but between New York City & Portland, definitely, Portland … I have noticed many other artists that share very similar styles/ tastes in their illustration. But if you poke through Jon’s material, he has that extra “something” he brings to the table. Something you really can’t put your finger on, but you know it’s there. Come-on, think Quantum Physics.

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