About

Chris Sanback was born in West Branch, Michigan in 1981 at 3:04am. The Winter was kind to the locals that year and Spring came early. Thus the amazing career of an artist started.

From an early age Chris was able to see the world in a unique way, and convey that to others in many various mediums. Crayola being his strongest and non-washable markers the next. In his early adolescent years he created comics about a story teller and his many heroes and villains. This would be one of the defining moments of his life.

Soon the micro-processor came in to mass production and PC’s were introduced in to every house hold. Chris was also bitten by this technology bug. His grandfather was to blame mostly, being bitten by an earlier bug of the same strain while he served in the Air Force. The love of graphics and computers together wasn’t fully entwined until Chris’ first year of Community College.

The open road called to him like it did so many men his age. And in the Summer of 2000′ he decided to leave college and see the world. Packing all his possessions in only two bags and he boarded the big Silver Dog to Phoenix. When he arrived he could hardly breath the air was so dry and unforgiving. But, being a young man of strong character and will, he pressed on. That same year he attended Collins College in Tempe, Arizona to obtain a degree in Visual Communication. By the winter of 2001′ he received thus honor and his real journey began.

Still living in the Valley of the Mass of Incandescent Gas til this day. Chris freelances his skills to many a person or company. So be it logo design, web design, or even illustration that you might need. Contacting this fellow might be one of the best things you ever did.

5 thoughts on “About”

  1. Thanks a ton, and it’s only gonna get bigger. It’s the least I can do for all the support and the great ideas you have given me. Oh and your death will be completely gruesome in the novel.

  2. Way cool kiddo..One thing, no one knows when you were in 3rd grade so a date or your age would help show all the years you have been at this. love this…. Mom

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– online portfolio of Christopher Sanback

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