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Sunflowerman on a Cold Winter's Day is a creative force from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Headed by illustrator Matthew Miller, Sunflowerman has taken four years of creative immersion in Atlanta and a Lakeshore upbringing to give the world a fine-art fashion experience.

Sunflowerman is a design agency focusing on Men's Fashion Illustration for Business-to-Business work and product design for Consumers.

Beginning in Atlanta Sunflowerman began illustrating portraits of local gentlemen dressed in dapper uniform. From there the work grew out to boutique aesthetics with clients like Q Custom Clothier, H.Stockton and Trio Custom Clothier.

Along with, Sunflowerman took to blogging to generate a weekly Men's Fashion Illustration to high-light fashion brands and icons. Sunflowerman has been illustrated and iterated for years. A character that began on a whim took form. Friends participated in the discovery of who Sunflowerman would be. Through High School and through University the name stuck and the name grew. The name Sunflowerman often evokes thoughts about super-heros and super-powers. People want to know what he stands for and why he exists. I can only say that Sunflowerman is a symbol for joy and a desire for community.

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