Johnnie Gomez


Johnnie Gomez is a designer and sticker collector based in Washington, DC. He is a Senior Brand Designer at Webflow and co-founder of Cruz Barcelona, a web-focused digital agency. Johnnie is a creative and highly motivated individual who loves to create and share his work with the world.

Johnnie has a passion for creating aesthetically pleasing designs and products that focus on communication and interaction. His work focuses on modern, simple, and clean visuals for digital media. He specializes in creating logos, illustrations, and web design. Johnnie is also an experienced typographer and enjoys creating custom fonts for clients.

Johnnie has a deep appreciation for art and culture. He is an avid collector of vintage stickers and has used his collection to create unique and creative pieces of art. His artwork has been featured in several publications, including Vogue, The Washington Post, and The New York Times.

Johnnie also has a passion for teaching and mentoring. He has taught classes at the Corcoran College of Art and Design and at the Parsons School of Design. He has also mentored many young designers in the DC area and has been a keynote speaker at several conferences.

Johnnie is a passionate believer in the power of collaboration. He believes that by working together, we can create amazing things. He is always looking for ways to collaborate with other designers and artists.

Johnnie is an active member of the Washington, DC, design community. He is a founding member of DC Design Week, a week-long festival celebrating the design and creative community in the DC area. He is also a co-organizer of the DC Sticker Expo, an annual event that showcases the best sticker artists from around the world.

Johnnie Gomez is a talented designer, artist, and mentor. His passion for design and art is evident in every project he works on. He is passionate about teaching and mentoring and is always looking for ways to collaborate with other designers and artists. He is an inspiring role model for young designers and a great asset to the DC design community.