What is PUF?
What is Pop up Factory?
Pop Up Factory was once a website that I called my portfolio. It has now grown into something more, I still show case my works from previous job and corporate endeavours, but I’ve also branched out on my own and started helping out some amazing clients such as Lauren Ferraro, Sparq Street Communications and Optima Corporation. I create a variety of different Graphic and Multimedia design projects. I also host my own gallery showings of various mixed media and oil paintings.
PUF (for short) has become now my umbrella of entrepreneurship and is focused on helping small businesses and large corporations achieve the highest level of:
Branding & Marketing, producing creative materials such as:
- Business card
- Branding and re-branding design
- Media kits
- Websites (WordPress)
- Event collaterals, including booths!
- Advertising banners
- Social Media images & marketing
My name is Sandra Possik, in the painting world I’m known as ‘Sandi’ (just easier to sign my name on the canvas). I can help you achieve your branding goals. I am very personable, passionate about my career and I love Starbucks! So let’s chat up a storm with a Starbucks in our hand and brainstorm a beautiful design.
Large companies, listen up! I accept freelance work; you know those projects that you can’t seem to fit into your schedule. Holler me (is that even a phrase?) to: sandi<at>popupfactory.com and we can discuss timelines and pricing.
What is my Rate?
I prefer quoting a project, it’ll be fair to the client and to myself when I can see the overall scope of the work, I can estimate the amount of time that is needed to do the work and discuss any additional costs (if required) such as images, templates, fonts, etc…
I love to paint! I have been painting on canvas since I was 12 and haven’t looked back since. I am passionate about traditional art and love to experiment with different mediums. So far, oil paint has been my calling. I host various events in and around the city, you can find my next event here and I also sell prints at local craft and art shops.