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About this Poster

This summer I had a bike accident that ended up injuring my wrist and breaking my arm. The injury impacted my ability to draw for several months and kept me off my bike. The poster is both dark and beautiful, reconciling my reflections on art and biking as I healed from the accident. The vines and flowers flowing in and out of the bike frame express an artistic style I’m currently exploring, and the freedom to ride fast and carefree.

24.0″ x 18.0
Wausau Paper, Astrobrights, Eclipse Black
3-color screen print

Meet Jared Tuttle

Minneapolis, Minnesota USA

I’m a freelance illustrator, designer and lettering artist. I actually started my career training to become a tattoo artist, and I carry that influence today. I still love tattoos, but have since found that logos/branding projects, and illustration allow me to explore my obsession with line work. I’ve been fortunate to work with clients such as Walt Disney, Burton Snowboards, the University of Minnesota, Sokol Blosser Winery, and LSE Architects.

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Back Story

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Lost In Creating

Ever since I was young, I found myself getting lost in art and the process of creating. But I credit my mother for pushing me to pursue art.

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Free, But In Control

I love feeling the wind on my face as I coast down a hill. I’m an adrenaline-seeker, but I believe in safety! Biking allows me to be free, but in control.

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Learning From Failure

I have to quote Joe Rogan for some solid advice: “We define ourselves far too often by our past failures. That's not you.. You are this person right now, You are the person who has learned from those failures.”