"My uncle was in and out of prison, and he was a tattoo artist. He would come by my grandma's house to tattoo his friends, and I remember thinking how cool it was that all of his friends trusted him to draw on their bodies." - Bobby Cerda
Bobby Cerda isn't a big fan of rules. When he started studying architecture, he realized he didn't want to be confined to the rigid rules of a single profession; he wanted to create uninhibited, just like his uncle.
In an exclusive podcast interview with Artist Uprising, the Dallas Cowboys graphic designer talks about figuring out what you love, plus:
How you can be your most instructive critic
Mastering multiple mediums
Landing a gig with the Cowboys
The challenge of presenting your work
Listen to the Artist Uprising podcast for this interview and many more with creatives from across the country.