Welcome to the official site for artist, inventor, & creator, Jim "Wizard"
Waskowiak.  This page gives you some insight to the past, present, & future of
Jim's background & experience.

Jim has been an artist his entire life.  At the age of 5, Jim's mother enrolled him
into art classes, and from there it has spawned into a flourishing career in art.  
In his earlier years, he attended classes The Art Institute Of Pittsburgh,
Westinghouse, & The Carnegie Museum.  At the age of 13, he was accepted
into The Pittsburgh High School For The Creative & Performing Arts, with a total
student body of only 250 students.

At the age of 16, Jim painted his first sign.  Soon after, he felt as if creating
signs & ads was his "true calling" in art.  After a few years of working
construction, and creating signs & ads in his spare time, he decided to take the
plunge of starting a business.

In 1995 Wizard Graphics Company was born.  Jim totally submerged himself in
outdoor advertising design, fabrication, & installation.  He learned from the "Old
Skool" methods, when billboards were still hand painted, & computer
generated graphics still had no clutch on this field.  As the years rolled on, so
did Jim, buying his first computer in 1997, to take his designs to the next level.

Over the next 11 years, Jim has designed & created hundreds of ads, fliers,
posters, signs, billboards, logos, & whatever else he put his imagination to.  
During that time, Jim sculpted custom bobblehead dolls for many famous and
regular people, carved custom foam pumpkins like no other, and built some
very interesting creations, that you can view right on this website.

Now, today, Jim is displaying all of his greatest work on this site.  Whether it's
for sale, or just on display, it will give you a good idea of the limitless
possibilities of the work Jim Wizard can perform.

If you have an idea or would like something designed or created, then Jim
Wizard is the person that can do the job, & do it great!
Artist - Musician - Creator
Artist - Musician - Creator