Jordan W. Hill Art | Jordan H.

Instagram: @jordanwhill
Website: jordanwhill.com

Arizona artist Jordan W. Hill works mainly in ink and digital mediums. When asked about his creative process he nonchalantly states, "I enjoy the process of turning rough ass pencil ideas into colorful, final pieces. Coming up with an idea, shit scribbling with my pencil, then inking with my shaky ass hands and coloring with my broken, colorblind eyes. Eventually, I end up with something I enjoy." You'll find yourself studying his pieces in-depth and getting lost in the details. Like a classic piece of literature, with each re-reading, you find something new. His work is raw, human, and should your eyes drift, his work will almost immediately command your attention at least once more so your mind and heart can give one last go at interpreting the sorrow, despondency, hope, or conviction of the subject matter. In a world consumed by apathy, art at least should still make you feel something.

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Customer Spotlight

Customer Spotlight - Daniel Summerhill

Customer Spotlight - Daniel Summerhill

We're so excited to share with you our new Blog and email newsletter!
We focus very heavily on supporting our local creative community and offer a free platform to support local artists, but several of our "printing service" customers are creatives as well.
This month's Customer Spotlight features Daniel Summerhill (cont.)
June 23, 2020 — Jeni Himmer

Blog Posts

A moment of silence and the National Arts Drive

A moment of silence and the National Arts Drive

"... We will be taking a moment of silence and will not be advertising any services or artwork this week. I've seen other businesses promote, and in my opinion, it seems completely out of place. We will still be responding to emails, communicating with our customers, and handling orders. We feel there's too much uncertainty and unrest in the world to focus on selling our product at the moment. We understand artists depend on us, however we will still be doing our part in providing them quality product a safe platform where they can express themselves freely through their work. Our doors are still open and our website is still running. We just feel out of place trying to sell you a good deal.

In additional to this, we still want to support the RAW Artists National Art Drive (https://www.nationalartsdrive.com/) here in Phoenix. "Now more than ever, we need to keep creativity alive, appreciated, and supported to ensure we preserve the creative culture of our generation." We do not want this movement to fade due to recent developments. It could potentially bring some light into this darkness that both the pandemic and severe injustice have brought...." (cont.)
June 01, 2020 — Jeni Himmer
COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources

"Jeff and I wanted to share some resources with you all that we've gathered throughout these past couple of weeks...

SBA Loans - https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/disaster-assistance
Food Stamps - http://www.arizonaselfhelp.org/
Unemployment Information - https://des.az.gov/services/coronavirus
Job Resources - https://www.phoenix.gov/Resources
AZ Commission of the Arts Resources - https://azarts.gov/news/covid-19-info-resources-for-arizonas-artists-and-arts-sector/?fbclid=IwAR0H-_u7W2KFuT8-F00HIBM2yY4VOUtRg5Rq-Y9G-NUmw5I4S6-pAJincrw

(cont.)"

March 31, 2020 — Jeni Himmer
A “Radnaut” wins SCC’s Little Pitch Entrepreneurship Competition

A “Radnaut” wins SCC’s Little Pitch Entrepreneurship Competition

"The Scottsdale Community College (SCC) Business School hosted the Little Pitch, a small business competition for student entrepreneurs. SCC students from diverse majors presented business plans in the contest similar to the NBC network show, Shark Tank. 

Jeni Himmer, a student in the General Business and Marketing program at SCC was this year's Little Pitch winner.  

Himmer is the owner and co-founder of Radnaut Prints... (cont.)"

March 12, 2020 — Jeni Himmer

Our Favorite Quote

“We have your satellite. If you want it back send 20 billion in Martian money. No funny business or you will never see it again.”

A joke reportedly written on a wall in a hall at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, California, after losing contact with the Mars Polar Lander in December 1999.