Jack is the founder and designer of Visualize Value, a $1m/yr brand that educated people on how to build and sell things on the internet.
Jack was one of the first people I gravitated toward in web3 with his unique, simple artwork around web3 concepts. I came into contact with him through his art that sent direct aid to Afghanistan when they were in the middle of their crisis. I was then onboarded into the head-spinning meme verse that only he can create.
It's really hard to actually conceptualize and put into words how this dude's art impacts me. Everything from the position of his words, to the type of font he uses, the shapes, the underlying message, the meme, just hit in a way that quite frankly nobody else does.
This rabbit hole goes DEEP, so get ready. We chat everything from Balancing his current brand, with his art, the definition of web3, why he's so in love with Creative Commons License, as well as re-thinking the meme.
This episode could have gone for 3 hours, easily, but we decided to keep it at 1.5 hours so your head wouldn't explode.
Frozen assets: https://twitter.com/jackbutcher/status/1439910425219538951
Punk6529 thread: https://twitter.com/punk6529/status/1448399827054833668
The Sovereign Individual- https://www.amazon.com/Sovereign-Individual-Mastering-Transition:Information/dp/0684832720/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1642828001&sr=1-1
Link Tree: https://links.visualizevalue.com/
Visualize Value: https://visualizevalue.com/
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Founder, Visualize Value
I'm Jack Butcher. (Say hello on Twitter)
I spent 10 years working in Fortune 100 advertising in NYC as a creative director for multi-billion dollar brands.
Fun, but the opposite of freedom.
So, in search of freedom, I started my own advertising agency. No fun, and even less freedom.
After two years of iteration, I figured out how to transition to highly specialized (and fun) consulting, and a product business that scales infinitely.
The insight behind this transition?
Visualize Value is the product of that transition, a project I've used to build a network of mentors, a $1M/year product business, and a media platform with an audience of over 500,000 people.
If you'd have told me this story 18 months ago, I wouldn't have believed you.
Now I spend all of my time making things that make it easier to learn, teach, build, and sell.