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Marshall Johnson is the Creative Director and owner of ZA Group, LLC. He manages product and website promotion for the brand Zombie Ammo®, Monster Ammo™ SciFi Ammo™, Dino Ammo™ and Bag of Bones Anatomical targets™. Products consist of innovative, high-end graphic targets, ammo boxes, clothing lines and promoti… Read More
Marshall Johnson is the Creative Director and owner of ZA Group, LLC. He manages product and website promotion for the brand Zombie Ammo®, Monster Ammo™ SciFi Ammo™, Dino Ammo™ and Bag of Bones Anatomical targets™. Products consist of innovative, high-end graphic targets, ammo boxes, clothing lines and promotions for convention, zombie and gun range events.

Through his connections with the ZA Group he has worked with social media giants Valhalla Entertainment, Famous Monsters of Filmland Magazine, Cryptozoic Entertainment, Zombie Lane™ and Digital Chocolate.

Marshall’s clients include 3M, Image Comics, Pink Mist Tech, ZA-Group, Krainkn Skateboards, and Cut Reaction. StudioM27.com is his portfolio site.

Specialties: High-end Photoshop file prep to print and web. Design and Layout. Creative development. Story Development. Marketing and social media.

Created a poster size, high-rez image, complete with QR code, based on an inside joke and a separate but interesting concept. I also built a webpage, facebook fan page and zazzle store for it all also in one afternoon. Just to relax and clear my mind of other projects. http://marshallcjohnson.com/genie-bot.html

I like to do this stuff for fun and on purpose. I like to solve problems for clients from a logo to a campaign and all of the elements in between. Your best interests become mine!

I’m a big fan of good story-telling and character development. I’m a big fan of good art and design. I’m a big fan of color and how it relates to other colors and especially humans too. I didn’t go to school til later and certainly not with a career in mind. I actually went to learn some program called “photoshop” so I could color comics. Not professionally or anything, just my own. if I ever did any. Silly thing is they are still in the works, but in the meantime I have an arsenal of graphic programs available and love using them effectively. An artist should use the media of their time, so here I am. I love carving through this Graphic/Digital/3D stuff. Read Less
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