I’m very pleased to create a New Year’s greeting card each year for the team at Kohlhepp Investment Advisors, a congenial and successful family run business that guides its clients through every conceivable financial challenge to accomplish their dreams. The Kohlhepps choose to do a New Years card, mailing them out the first week of January, because the idea of financial planning makes sense with the start of a new year and the mad rush of holiday cards is now over, making their greeting more memorable.
In the past we have shown the family and staff being pulled by a bull market:
And hanging on for a roller coaster ride when the economy was a bit unstable:
And dealing with the fiscal cliff –
and bolstering the debt ceiling –
This year we realized we had never depicted everyone celebrating the traditional ball dropping at Times Square. I created a loose the pencil sketch, to show them the general idea:
In the color sketch I was able to get better likenesses of the staff based on the many photos of the staff that they have supplied me with –
and for the finished art we decided to give the Kohlhepp logo one of the best ad placements in the world:
– because in an illustration, anything is possible! The Kohlhepps also put the finished card image on their Facebook page after the card is mailed out, to make sure all their followers get the message.
Scroll down this blog to see other cards in the series. And more is coming in the next post.