Art by Tom Jay
Art by Tom Jay

Art by Tom Jay

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Introduction: My name is Tom Janssen, but I also go by Tom Jay as a moniker/artist name. I absolutely love working with spray paint and learning new techniques and approaches. I keep my work versatile so I can adjust to just about any job I’m able to get!
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Hired 1 time

Serves Minneapolis, MN

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1 year in business

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Featured Projects

13 photos

  • Chrome Balloon MN

    Illustrating

  • Minneapolis

    Illustrating

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Staci H.

"We have worked with Tom Jay Art on a number of projects over the past few years. Tom Jay consistently seeks to understand the intent of a project and the desired outcome. His creativity, dependability, professionalism, and willingness to adapt when needed have contributed greatly to the success of each project." ~ Staci H., SPRAYFINGER
Jul 28, 2021
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Tom Janssen

FAQs

  • What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

    Immediately clients would like an estimate, which is fine. However, it’s easier for me to get an idea of cost after having a few questions answered myself. I like to treat each job as a unique opportunity. After giving the client my flat rate if desired, we can discuss my availability. Then, we can move on to subject matter. Cost of materials.

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    I have some college education in studying Illustration at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. I never finished due to high expenses, but the experience has stuck with me. My training includes assisting my mentor Peyton Scott Russel with a handful of mural jobs. I also have some experience with helping him assist teaching an art class at Harambe Elementary School in Saint Paul. I have experience with poly tab work, hands-on teaching with spray paint and art class related jobs along with mural work.

  • How did you get started doing this type of work?

    My mentor names Peyton Scott Russell really inspired me to paint murals. He invited me to help assist him with a few jobs in the summer of 2020. When I was very young, I would carry a sketch pad and pencil with me everywhere I’d go. All the time people would tell me I’m going to be an artist when I grew up. Now that I’m grown up, I’m making that idea into a profession.

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