Hello, my name is John Holland, I am a freelance graphic designer. My business consists of me and only me, so if you want attention to detail and a one-on-one relationship with your artist-for-hire, then look no further. From classic pencil drawing, to digitally-painted sketches to 3D computer modeling, I have been self-taught since I decided I wanted to be an artist at the age of twelve and have also earned a degree at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.
Book covers, illustrations, brochures, business cards and flyers for various people and companies.
A Romantic, Mystery, Thriller! A TASTE FOR MYSTERY Two Novellas A Taste For Killing Mystery and Romance blend together when competing detectives Carolyn Woods and Jack Heart are both hired to solve a murder, only to realize they are working the same case. To complicate things, Carolyn and Jack have an on again, off again relationship. Then there is Evan Jones, a handsome architect— but he's al... read more
A motley assortment of short stories...and a prequel to an upcoming trilogy. Included: Murder and mayhem at a daycare center, suicidal robots in the near future, familiar lucid nightmares, and the journal entries of a prisoner from an upcoming trilogy. The title of the first novel from the trilogy will be "Power Man Reign" and will be out late 2016. A teaser trailer for the novel can be found ... read more
From the deep, dark wilderness of the Western Reserve, to bustling industrial prospect of the 19th and 20th centuries, to picturesque image of Ohioan life, the history of settlement, village, town and city Cuyahoga Falls is here collected and recounted. Culled from dusty newspaper articles and personal accounts of the men and women who lived history, local historian Jeri Holland weaves you a t... read more
Join author Jeri Holland as she explores Christmas traditions practiced by Summit County pioneers during the Great Depression. Discover the multicultural influences on various toys and gifts shared among contemporary families, and enjoy music produced by the rubber companies for the enjoyment of Akron-area citizens. From letters to Santa to local nostalgia, this book has it all.
The Georgia Secession tells the story, the rather cunning and devious story that leads to Georgia declaring secession from the United States of America.Events follow from "1809; The Year they Freed the Slaves" the previous book in the series in which we saw President Thomas Jefferson signing the document that freed the slaves in 1809 in the first book in this series (I know Thomas Jefferson wa... read more
Twelve tales of life gone wrong and brave battles fought. Only the strong come out stronger.When tragedy strikes the lives of twelve different women, they have to fight back for emotional survival. But society is watching, judging, disapproving. Shadows, Darkness and Light gives a voice to the tumultuous emotions of unsung life heroes, ordinary women that must fight running battles with destin... read more
Here’s a fascinating world of witchcraft, of spells and counter spells; of so-called cunning-men; of death omens; of girls conjuring up the identity of their future husbands; of fishermen’s precautions against ill-luck; of the fairies, always uncertain of temper; and of the Devil and his nefarious ways.WH Johnson here explores the mind-set of people whose lives were coloured by a richly woven ... read more
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I design and illustrate professionally for major publishers: Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, Hachette, The New York Times, etc.
Book cover design for fiction, short stories and other made up things. Photograph and text-wrangling, some illustration.