Neck Label

Workin’ out the neck label art for the tees… It’s crazy how long this takes for me to get right. But since it’s goin’ on every tee, I gotta get it right.




The BBQ Show

I’ll be on the BBQ Show tonight with Q & Joe Sav at 7pm! On the Village Voices segment I’ll be talking about my recent and upcoming projects. Q & Joe Sav are longtime friends of mine and think they could get their clown on with me… Ha! Don’t slip fellas… You might get thrown on the Grill!!!

Tune in to Betelnut Radio tonight at 7pm or download the FREE app!

Logo Design | APIOPA

This was a re-design for a non-profit organization, APIOPA. The client wanted an image that represented both Asian and Pacific Islander peoples, encouraged healthy eating, living and growth. Note the main feature of the logo, a bok choy leaf on the left, and a taro leaf to the right. Both are a primary and healthy food source for Asian and Pacific Island cultures respectively. This supports the CSA effort of APIOPA in partnering with Asian and Pacific Islander farmers. The heart intertwined in the roots symbolize the importance of taking care of it, and from there great results will grow and flourish as realized in the leaf logo above.

Festival Design | PIFOC

The Pacific Islander Festival of Orange County is an annual community event that I contribute my design efforts to since 2009. Each of the motifs shown above (in orange) represent Pacific Island cultures that participate in the festival. The design is used as the overall theme for the festival, and applied to marketing materials and signage throughout the event. Design work includes: flyers, t-shirts, banners, programs, certificates, parking lot signage, and large format electronic signage.

Mural Design | CHS

As part of a school beautification event on the last Saturday of April, I was asked to head up a team of students in painting a cultural mural at Carson High School in Carson, CA. This would be the first of it’s kind in the school and the city, a mural in a public space that was dedicated to the Samoan students and community in Carson.