Reach out at Ross.Boone@rawspoon.com. Or call/text to (303) 359-4232. And if my work has touched you, I’d love to hear about it and be connected with you. Facebook friend me too!
In the real world, I am Ross Boone.
If you are a reader of my fiction, I’m Raw Spoon.
My paid services include illustration (kids books, flyers, corporate, etc.), animation (music videos, whiteboard-type videos, etc.) and product design (from concepting through engineering drawings). See below for examples.
(I have a B.S. in
and another B.S. in
(here are some of my cool school projects). And I’m working on a
Masters in Theology.
I worked a 9 to 5 designing outdoor products for about 7 years. You can find a lot of my designs at Home Depot, Lowes, Ace Hardware, and I’m still discovering other places they ended up! but now I do mostly illustration, animation, and a little bit of product design.)
My Writing: But in my free time I write and illustrate books and blogs. I also write for Focus on The Family’s Boundless.org (young adults blog) thought I personally am not ideologically constrained to all of their views. I also write for FaithHappenings.org. I write fiction under my pen name Raw Spoon, and non-fiction under my real name Ross Boone. Only my non-fiction is overtly spiritual, while the fiction has spiritual themes.
Here is the radio interview
about my kids book “Squire & Daniel” published by HopSkip
books (go to 31:45):
Here’s a video/podcast interview with local (but famous!) Atlanta Artist Squishiepuss!
And here is a quick interview by the podcast “What Are You Reading.” The found me at the Decatur Book Festival!
Speaking: I would love to come talk to you or your group (of adults or kids!) about writing, art, self-publishing, making kids books, or turning grief into something beautiful.
One-on-one: If you’d like a consult about your brand as a writer, about how to kickstart your own blogging/writing/illustration career, or you want help generating compelling ideas, I’d love to meet with you!
Booth: Watch for my booth at book fairs. And please come say hi!
Urban Air Market (East Atlanta Village) 2016
(Postcard workshop and selling books)
Decatur Book Festival 2016: (I also did much of the art for the festival this year)
Decatur Book Festival 2015:
Oh and Creative Loafing caught me in the forefront of one of their main pic for the event!
Helping out with PaintLove’s events to help Foster youth do therapeutic art projects.
Decatur Book Festival 2014 (Aug 30-31):