iMedia founder, Scott La Rock is an award-winning Commercial Artist with 20+ years' experience in graphic design, marketing and branding. Scott is a U.S. veteran and ex-police officer who contributes to a multitude of online and print media outlets. He was the Art Director at Austin Monthly Magazine and several ad agencies before starting this media cooperative. In addition to actively volunteering with several Texas charities and annual fundraisers, Scott is the current Art Director for the Enlightened Warriors Youth Group, Texas NORML and the Patient Alliance for Cannabis Therapeutics. He is also on the 23rd Street Artists' Market Board of Directors.

The iMedia co-op is a group of industry professionals who specialize in branding, ad campaigns and social media. The co-op's event coverage and design work has been published by recognized media channels both locally and nationally (print/TV/online). Ongoing projects and the large number of other sites continually contributed to keep this parent site from being regularly maintained or updated. A recent portfolio of design & marketing work can be seen on the iartman facebook page. Have a Powerful Day!

"Imagination is more important than knowledge."
~ Albert Einstein

    Past Awards & Recognitions:

  • Designer of the 2000 U.S. Census Bureau Logo
    (U.S., Puerto Rico, U..S Virgin Islands, American Samoa)
  • Graphic art contributor to Comedy Central's The Nightly Show
  • Texas Fashion Awards Videographer of the Year 2015
  • Contributor to the University of Texas at Austin RHE 306 textbook "Controversies"
  • Winning Entry Film Ad Campaign (AGFA Film, Germany)
  • Winning Entry LeXplore Language Program Promotions (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Winning Entry Texas Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation Logo
  • SXSW Interactive Festival Winner (Killer Fonts website)
  • "Best of Citysearch" (retail website designs 2006-2010)
  • "Best Austin-Esque Look" (2013 ButterFly Entertainment Awards)
  • Winning Entry Texas Relay Weekend's Block Party Promotions/Ad Campaign
  • Winning Entry for Austin's KAZI 88.7FM T-Shirt Design Contest
  • Winning Entry for DougDeals.com Logo Design Contest
  • Runner up for the 2010 Statewide Zachary Scott Theatre Wedding Video Contest
  • Winning Entry Hispanic Education Program Committee Promotions
    (sponsored by U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs)
  • Winning Entry for 2005 Texas Earth Day Logo Design

    What is the iartman design+media co-op?

    This project has evolved over the years into a nationwide cooperative of friends who are fellow professional Artists, Graphic Designers, Photographers/Videographers, Coders, Writers, Actors and Filmmakers. We regularly collaborate on, trade or share creative work projects - be it logo design or websites, on location photoshoots, or special events promotion/coverage. Our network has done nothing but steadily grow over
    the past few years which we attribute to advances in computing and social media. We also attribute our success to our resolve to work with positive, like-minded people and businesses. We have symbiotic relationships with our clients; we understand that our success is directly tied to their success.

    At iartman design+media our business is to help others increase their business - and Business is Good!

    Donated Artwork, Design or Media Services to the following:

    World Wildlife Fund, YMCA, U.S. Veterans Administration, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, Toys For Tots,
    The Liberal Arts & Science Academy (LASA), The University of Texas at Austin, Texas State University,
    Detroit Public Schools Board of Education, Texas Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation, Pinto Horse Association
    of America, Rainforest Market, Texas NORML, The U.S. National Park Service, The U.S. Forest Service and The Capital Area Food Bank of Texas.

    Note from the founder:

    "Art has been a part of my life ever since I can remember and has been with me though a variety of unrelated occupations that eventually lead me to this project. I am a US Veteran, former Detroit Police Officer and current activist for several causes that I believe in. I have done work for clients as large as the US Census Bureau and Nike, yet as small as Austin-area clubs and restaurants - and everywhere in between. I am now fortunate to have the freedom to hand-pick my projects and clients and build actual relationships with them; rather than the 'fast food approach' that I felt some of the larger agencies took.
    My goal is to continue to grow as I help others grow and to use visual communication to help change the world in a positive way. Have a Powerful Day!" ~ Scott

    Below is just one example of how successful branding took a local client form start-up to early retirement. Through consistent marketing, brand recognition and hard work he was able to quadruple his business and eventually sell it at enough of a profit to retire.