Wayne Brezinka

WAYNE BREZINKA (Born 1968, Minneapolis, Minnesota) Brezinka is on the rise and quickly gaining national acclaim and recognition. Wesley Bausmith with The LOS ANGELES TIMES calls his work “Sophisticated.” Heather Hopp-Bruce of The BOSTON GLOBE says it’s “Beautifully Crafted.” As an illustrator and contributing artist, he has been commissioned by the New York Times, Neiman Marcus, The Johnny Cash family, The Washington Post and Deloitte University Press among others. 

Through a unique combination of vintage and found ephemera, cut paper, collage and mixed mediums, Brezinka creates and sculpts these items into works of art. 

Brezinka’s LINCOLN portrait is currently on loan at the historic Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C. through May 6, 2015 and will soon be added to The Smithsonian Institution Catalog of American Portraits Documentation and Research Center. Former Vice President Al Gore, is among Brezinka's most recent collectors.

Additional Clients Include: The Los Angeles Times, Foreign Policy Magazine, The Boston Globe, Utne Reader, Strategic Finance Magazine, American Way Magazine, Hachette Book Group, Robert Plant, Allison Krauss, The Chicago Tribune, Brett Dennen, Country Music Hall of Fame, Downtown Records, Lost Highway, Geffen, St. Petersburg Times, Warner Brothers, Columbia Records, Dualtone Records, EMI Records, Sony and Thomas Nelson Publishers.

Honors:  3 x 3 Illustration Annual,  Society of Illustrators, Communications Arts, Prints Regional Design Annual, 4 time Dove Award nominee for recorded music packaging of the year.