Yanni Davros
Yanni Davros
Artist at Wargaming America
Emeryville CA, United States of America

Summary

I am a life-long student of art history, and I apply that knowledge to my commercial art career as much as possible. I've free-lanced for clients in the video game, magazine, book publication, and trading card industries. I also worked for J!NX.com, and have designed officially licensed T-shirt graphics and other merchandise for Mojang (Minecraft), Blizzard (World of Warcraft, Starcraft, Hearthstone, Diablo), 343 Industries (Halo), and CDProjektRed (The Witcher). I am always interested in new creative opportunities, so please contact me for any inquiries.

I also go by the artist alias "Prolific Pen". If you are interested in my other body of work as a graphic designer, visit ydavros.myportfolio.com.

Also check out my CV below.

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Skills

Concept ArtConcept DesignDigital PaintingPaintingDrawingProduct Design

Software proficiency

Illustrator
Illustrator
Photoshop
Photoshop
InDesign
InDesign

Experience

  • Apparel Graphic Artist / Merchandise Designer at J!NX.com
    San Diego, United States of America
    September 2015 - May 2017

    I design images for posters, T-shirts, and other officially licensed products for some of the hottest video game franchises in the industry, such as Minecraft, World of Warcraft, Starcraft, Halo, The Witcher, Hearthstone, and more.

  • Graphic Designer at Great Lakes Publishing
    Cleveland, OH, United States of America
    October 2014 - October 2015

    I created page layouts and advertisements for Cleveland Magazine, and Ohio Magazine. I also created the interactive graphics for the digital editions of the publications using the Adobe DPS System.

  • Graphic Designer / Apparel Printing Specialist at Jakprints
    Cleveland, OH, United States of America
    November 2012 - October 2014

    I assisted clients with creating artwork for their personal or business related branding projects, and advised them on the technical aspects of print costs and production. I dealt with Silk screen, digital, direct-to-garment, and dye-sublimation printing.