The short answer is: yes.
"How do I request something? Do you have a form?"
Unfortunately, I don't have a form or any simplified way of putting in a request for artwork. Why? Because I am not a store. When I take in requests, it's simply by personal interest and whether or not I'm creative enough to come up with something. What's the benefit of that? Well, you don't pay me for a service you don't want, and I'm not obligated to take on projects I have no interest in.
That said, if you would like to request something from me, just shoot me an email or phone call, or contact me on any social media sites, and we'll talk.
"What kind of art can we request from you?"
Generally speaking, the two things I'm more inclined to accept are either typographical pieces (found in the "Typography" tab), or branding (found in the "Branding" tab). The reason is that these two are things that I can translate from paper to computer in a fairly short amount of time. Furthermore, they would, by nature, be more personal pieces, which mitigates the communication process because you would be allowed to tell me right off the bat whether or not you like it, and it would only affect the two of us.
More involved pieces like fliers or informative posters would require a little more consideration from me.
"So... why did you write this post?"
I've expressed to several people now that me making things for other people is more or less a way to generate traffic to my page via physical art rather than sending out a link everywhere. While a tad selfish, I think doing so is worth the amount of money put into the site (which isn't that much, but to an unemployed me, it was haha...). However, at the end of the day, if I can help you make your dorm room or apartment look prettier, then I would gladly do so.
So why did I write this post? To let you, dear viewers, know that I am open for business. Except this isn't really a business. It's a portfolio. I'm open for busolio... Um...