branding's 1 Millionth Hit!

So I'm a few weeks late on this, but congraulations to my client, Stephen Owen of for hitting 1 million hits! Fox Deploy is a coding website that I've done branding for in the past-- because even tech blogs need cute foxen!

I've done work for FoxDeploy a few times before! Every time I work with Stephen it's a pleasure because his direction is always "GIVE ME MANY FOXES PLS" and my response is always, "OKAY!!"

I mean this time it was "GIVE ME FOXES CLIMBING A MOUNTAIN PLS," but, y'know, essentially the same thing.

I mean just look at how cute these guys are!

And because I always enjoy seeing how a client implements my artwork later, check out the neat graphic that Stephen made!

More Foxen Have Deployed

400 thousand of them, to be exact. Congrats to Stephen Owen of for getting 400k hits on his website!

I've worked with Stephen before, you may remember him as the guy who really likes foxes.

He also really likes coding, so why not put those two things together! He wanted some cute foxes celebrating, and thus this Fancy Foxen party was born!

The final image has some extra space at the top and bottom so that we could crop it down to the banner size he needed on his site... but this also gives me the opportunity to zoom in so you can Where's Waldo with the silly foxes in the background. Has some JoieArt On It!


Recently I completed another client job for the website, a great blog about Powershell and other super high-tech programming things that I know absolutely nothing about. I know just enough coding to keep a website running, and that’s about it. The blog was celebrating its 100th post, and wanted a great banner image to go with it! And with a name like FoxDeploy, of course there were going to be foxes.


“Give me all the foxes” the client says to me cheerfully. “Lots of foxes, in fox-shaped hot air balloons!”

“Can I add confetti?” I ask, always wanting to shoehorn rainbows and glitter into my work.


“Foxes! And Balloons! And Confetti! YES!”

So congratulations to my client (and friend!) Stephen Owen of, and here’s to another 10,000 posts on your blog!