Sketch artist Etch A While in college, Bryan discovered his gift for the Etch A Sketch. He swiftly honed his skills with the classic children's toy and rose to the top of the Etch A Sketch world.
He began by concentrating his skills on urban themes and sketched a number of cityscapes before teaching himself how to draw portraits by copying the Facebook profile images of his friends and family.
Through widespread sharing on Facebook and Reddit, Bryan's etches gained internet popularity and media attention. A few years later, he was requested to appear on ABC's Good Morning America in honour of "National Etch A Create Day" after being invited to the News Corporation building in New York in 2012 to sketch an image of Mitt Romney for iPad's The Daily.
Bryan is currently in great demand at many different events as a result of his rising fame. In honour of the company's tenth anniversary, he was recently invited to draw Arianna Huffington, the founder of the Huffington Post. His sketches have also been published by CBS News, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, and Ripley's Believe It or Not? Additionally, as their featured artist at worldwide toy fairs and advertising events, he works for Ohio Art, the company that created the Etch A Sketch.
As a well-known artist today, Bryan is available for hiring for a wide range of occasions. He sketches a variety of subjects, including people, houses, and businesses, and he travels to sketch guests at weddings, business events, and parties.
All of his artwork, including a commission for The Children's Museum of Maine that is currently hanging in Portland, is preserved by removing the sand from each Etch A Sketch in order to prevent shaking/erasing.
Our amazing Etch & Sketch artist can create entirely customised, one-of-a-kind artwork that may be treasured forever. She is a singular, dynamic, and incredibly versatile artist.
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