Analysis Of The Article ' The Obey Spotlight '

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The Obey Spotlight: “Designer Edition” At the age of 17, Obey “Jordan” Cyno has realized a dream of designing for The Obey Alliance. In the early months of 2015, Cyno experienced taking part of various teams before being given the opportunity of joining Obey in March of 2015. Being in for just over one month, due to various roster changes Cyno was promoted to become the “co-leader” of the Obey Studios division. Although, serving a lengthy role in the team. It became a harsh reality for Cyno that all good things do come to an end. He was released from Obey, in March 2016. A highly unmotivated Cyno, then experimented with other teams again. Looking for a new home, that provided the same atmosphere. Jumping from one…show more content…
He chooses not to, thanks to the support of his father. Cyno, is unwilling to leave friends, family and loved ones behind. He appreciates his family 's support. Although, they’re not entirely knowledgeable or informed on what exactly it is, Jordan does. Jordan has been doing graphics design as a hobby for approximately four years now. He’s become very passionate about it. Jordan started off early making a YouTube banner for Call of Duty sensation “FaZe Rain” when asked about it. He responded with “It is terrible compared to my work now, but it is still funny to look back on, crazy to think about the progression.” Jordan began doing YouTube and making videos, just over four years ago. He originally uploaded a variety of videos, such as “speedart videos, omegle videos, and tutorial videos.” He enjoyed making videos, and uploading. Although now, you may not have seen a upload from Jordan in over a year. He tends to and has high hopes of returning to YouTube within the next month. The content he will be uploading has yet to have been confirmed. Jordan likes to think of himself as a role model, for up and coming designers. Although, his Twitter seems to be flooded with people asking for their opinions on things. Cyno tends to do his best to respond to as many as possible to give them his feedback and or constructive criticism on how to improve. Looking
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