Milburn Taylor, a native Texan from the Dallas/Fort Worth area, is an advertising design graduate of the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas and the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles, California (now in Pasadena, California).
Milburn held a variety of creative positions at nationally recognized advertising agencies and a leading design group in Dallas & Houston before starting Milburn Taylor Associates/Creative Services in Fort Worth, Texas (1978). In 1981 he moved his family and aspirations to Austin, Texas, where he opened as Milburn Creative, a full-service advertising design and consulting studio—with a Specialty in Humor.
A few years later he created a spin-off business called HumorGraphics to focus solely on Fun & Effective Communications using Cartoon Art. Today Milburn collaborates with additional cartoonists and illustrators to offer you a choice of drawing styles. Be sure to check out the list of current talent associated with HumorGraphics.
Milburn and other talented artists strive to help you build strong personal relationships with your clients and customers because we believe that “People like doing business with people they like.”
On the personal side…
After COVID was declared a pandemic in March 2020, Milburn diversified his business and now includes:
HumorGraphics / Fun & Effective Communications
Milburn Creative / Advertising Art & Design
Milburn Taylor / Humorous Illustration
On the lighter side of business…
“A picture is worth 1000 words.” It’s true! And sometimes using Cartoon Art is the best way to make your point. Our goal is to get your message noticed, remembered and acted on! Using a “touch of humor” can also be one of the best ways to “Win Friends and Influence Customers.”
Say it! Sell it! Promote it with a touch of humor! Contact HumorGraphics today.
Milburn is a member of the National Cartoonist’s Society, and a founding member of the National Cartoonists Society/Lone Star Chapter (Texas). He has served as Vice-Chair and webmaster since the chapter formed in November 2014. He also designed the Texas Cartoonists logo.