Jason Greenberg’s artwork is very telling of his personality, his view of the world, his interests and struggles, his fears and desires. He urges artists to think about what affects them and to use these standards to create artwork they believe in: What influences you on a day-to-day basis? How do you approach your life? What subcultures are you interested in from the inside out? How do you notice the world around you? How do you view people, places, and objects? What are your ideals? What motivates you? What are you passionate about?
Throughout Greenberg's portfolio, the reoccurring themes at work are people, line work, routines, repetitions, patterns, congestions, rhythms, and flow. These facets of his work reflect his experiences, interests, and outlook on life.