Artist Q&A: Denny Herbert

April 30, 2019

Artist Q&A: Denny Herbert

Artist Denny Herbert has worked on a few projects for Stand Up Speak Up and shares our value of being unique. Here’s a closer look at Denny:

PROUDI can take care of my family through art.

ANGRY?  When people try to boss me around.

EXCITED?  When I get a new challenge at work.

SCARED?  I trust in God, so I don’t think I need to be scared or worried of anything.

LUCKY?  Having a happy little family.

CONFLICTED?  When there is a client that I personally dislike because of his bad manner but I still have to be professional and finish the job.

EMPOWERED?  When I finish a difficult and challenging project.

HOPEFUL?  Watching my son grow up.

SAD?  When I see homeless people and I can’t do anything to help them.

STRONG?  Knowing my wife and son are there for me, supporting me all the way.

Nature or Nurture?  Nature

Freeway or Scenic Route?  Scenic route

Huge group of friends or a few close friends?  A few close friends

Adventure trip or relaxing vacation?  Relaxing Vacation

Workout your body or your mind?  Mind

Sports or the Arts?  The Arts

Traditions or Change?  Change

ARE YOUR REAL LIFE (people you know) ROLE MODELS?  My step-father. My father passed away when I was five and when my step-father came, he raised me like his own and really took me under his wings.


WOULD YOU LIKE TO WORK WITH IN THE FUTURE?  I would really like to keep working with SUSU because I can express myself as an artist and learn a lot of new things.



What is your favorite SUSU product?  Every product with “Choose Happiness” theme, because happiness is always there for us to choose.

SUSU is all about Defining Your Normal. So, let’s find out more about what makes you, You!

What is your definition of normal?

Normal is not pretending- just be you.

This blog is called Awesome People, what makes you awesome? 

I’ve always been true to myself.

What is a challenge that you face often in your life?

Trying to be a better, wiser, and more patient person.

What is the best compliment that you have ever received?

That people actually love my art.

What was the best criticism you ever received?

An old friend once told me that I’m too quiet, and he told me that I need to open up myself a bit more, so others can “see” me.

What makes your life easier?

When I put my life in God’s hand faithfully.

What makes your life more difficult?

When my silence is misunderstood for not caring.

What is your definition of success?

When you can stand proudly being yourself, not faking anything, confidently being you.

We are all changing and evolving all the time. How are you in the process of changing?

It’s changing for the better life, taking one step at a time.

If you could interview anyone, whom would you choose?


Check out his design on a few of our SUSU products:


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