Willie Baronet is a highly honored creative force who has now turned his talents to helping the homeless. He has been sketching and doodling his way into the hearts of his followers for decades. This set is from his Blogspot posts.
After working for a set of ad agencies and design firms, Willie started GroupBaronet in 1992. His work has been featured in Communication Arts, Graphis, AIGA Graphic Design Annual, New York Art Directors Annual, The One Show, Print Casebooks, Annual Report Trends, The Type Directors Club Annual and Annual Report Design: A Historical Retrospective 1510-1990, organized by the Cooper-Hewitt National Museum of Design.
Willie graduated with an MFA in Arts and Technology from UTD in 2011. He is a 1982 graduate of the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now University of Louisiana at Lafayette). He taught advertising design at Brookhaven Community College in Dallas and at Texas A&M at Commerce, and has served as visiting faculty for the MA Program at Syracuse University. Willie was also the Technical Editor for the first edition of Advertising for Dummies (though reluctant to admit it).