Tuesday, March 15, 2016



Recognition. 

These days the ones who actually hold the power are simply the ones who control the spotlight. We see it everywhere, in many forms. I want to thank those outlets and channels who believed in one of my projects to give it a little shine. 

A little recognition goes a long way. We are tasked to develop the new movement for design & creative.



ItsNiceThat






Bumai



Design Taxi




Wednesday, February 3, 2016

As we know, design is a the visual and sometimes used as an all encompassing problem solver. Former designer @ Apple Ben Atkins mentions to me, "too often are designers looking to solve problems with aesthetic, rather than approaching rather than a strong concept." 

This, begins the journey into the re-imagining of the brand D K N Y with me and other talented individuals sitting behind the wheel.








All work by commission studio led by Hector Muelas & Ben Atkins

Friday, January 29, 2016

Chapters are meant to have a beginning and end. My first chapter in New York City feels very much completed.
With the many faces I have encountered and learned from, to the experience I have gained. 
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Heres some snow from the roofs. 












Wednesday, November 11, 2015


Hello and Konnichiwa,

Following my obsessive trip to japan I have been actively re-hashing and recapping the trip to most of you. I have also been working on a piece that reminds me of the beautiful experience and wanted to share it with those who are interested.



I just launched a campaign to create a limited edition offset A1 print, that will need help funding the print and production process to ensure the best possible quality.


If you have an affinity for Japan or a desire to visit the beautiful city of Tokyo this is for you. 






Monday, October 12, 2015


Off the coast of Okayama an island museum or maybe a museum island. A breathtaking experience that brings to life the vision of two men juxtaposed with the life of the island in a way like no other place on earth. The Island itself is an old industrial town with a very traditional look upon arrival. The streets and alley ways are narrow and quiet. Maze like in layout each turn was like a window.

In 1988 Tadao Ando a Japanese Architect began the Naoshima project with funding from Soichiro Fukutake. The two set out to create a cultural wonder of the world and a place where the works of art displayed here could only exist where they were. The structures on the island are a mixture of solid geometric concrete shapes that are built into the island. As the island grows it shapes itself around the architects concepts, leaving a malleable site ever changing. 

featured include: Benesse House, Benesse House Museum, Miyanoura Port, ChiChu Art Museum, Lee Ufan Museum, Naoshima


















































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