Freelance Artist & Graphic Designer

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Shop

When not working as a freelance artist, I produce art for myself. My work is available as prints (on paper, canvas, acrylic, and metal) and on a variety of products. I now have three online shops, each with a different selection of products and price points.

Pixels.com | FineArtAmerica

Offers prints (framed or not) on paper, canvas, metal, acrylic, phone cases, duvet covers, throw pillows, and tote bags. Visit my store or view my full store on my shop page.

society6

society6.com offers a larger variety of products. Click the link to view my store.

Saatchi Art

saatchiart.com offers a high-end prints on photo paper, fine art paper, or canvas. Click the link to view my store.

Digital Abstract | 043016

No description. Think of it what ye will.

No description. Think of it what ye will.

Portfolio

I have two portfolios, one for my personal artwork and one for my graphic design work.

I used to post all of my work on my site. That can become quite cumbersome very quickly. So, I am no longer posting everything. I will post my own personal favorites — I will try to update the selections on a regular basis.

For the sake of other websites that have linked to my past posts, I have kept the archive of my old work. For now, it is still formatted with my old site design. Some of the links may not work properly, either. You’ve been warned. You can find my archives here.

Who am I?

Matt LindleyI am a freelance artist and graphic designer, based in Dallas, TX. My art consists mostly of abstract and surreal projects. My design work varies with each client: business logos, wedding monograms, custom printed chocolates for events, print design, etc.

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Contact

Need to speak with me? Just want to tell me something?Want to talk to me about contract work? I can be reached via my contact form.

Drop me a line. Let me know what you think of my site or my artwork. Constructive criticism is always welcome!