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Members, advocates, supporters and friends of the Honolulu Chapter of AIGA: A lot has happened in design since the last 5-O show was held two short years ago. On the cusp of our chapterâ€™s 30th year as an organized professional community, we are witnessing the dawn of the Design
Age. Around the world, designers are shaping experiences for more audiences in more places than ever before. Businesses and other endeavors that historically confined designers to the flanks are beginning
to see us at the helm. Conversations about process, communication, and user experience are happening
sooner, and to greater effect.
Here, in the center of the Pacific Ocean, we still have a long way to go and many obstacles in our path. But we are up for the task. Designers, step forward. Wear your profession like a badge of honor. The
x-acto blade represents your years of combat. The spinning beach ball represents your persistence under
the crushing threat of defeat. The exclamation points indicate victory and your promotion in rank or,
at least, respect. Congratulations.
And to our Admirals of Advocacy, we thank you for believing in the potential of our creative community. We take this opportunity to salute you for your unwavering support for our citizen army. We could not prevail without you.
All present, let us wave this flag colored Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black, Red, Green and Blue. Let us celebrate the greatness that is our task: Good Design.
Angelica Rabang, President of AIGA Honolulu
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AIGA HONOLULU B oa r d o f Di r e c t or s PRESIDENT Angelica Rabang TREASURER Michelle Carino SECRETARY Malia Wisch MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR Leslie Tamonte EDUCATION DIRECTOR Kat Sakata WEB DIRECTOR Aaron Lee
A b out A IGA a n d th e H ono lu lu c h a p te r
Founded in 1914 as the American Institute of Graphic Arts, AIGA remains the
oldest and largest professional membership organization for design and is now known simply as “AIGA, the Professional Association for Design.” AIGA Honolulu is
Hawaii’s chapter of the international AIGA, working to inform, inspire, and support the local design community.
The Honolulu chapter created the 5-O show 12 years ago to recognize and celebrate design in Hawaii, and to give local businesses an opportunity to realize the quality
and expertise that exists in our industry. We are proud of this competition. Last year
one of our 5-O judges, Sean Adams, told us “All the other chapters say, ‘We want our
competition to be like the 5-O.’”
If 5-O is your first exposure to AIGA Honolulu, we encourage you to visit our web
site, sign up for e-mails and like us on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram so you can
get all our announcements about events and other opportunities.
COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTORS Chris Ota
Joseph Schuck MARKETING DIRECTOR Tiffany Higa ADVISORY BOARD Matt Heim
AIGA’s mission is to advance design as a professional craft, strategic advantage and
vital cultural force. As the largest community of design advocates, we bring together
practitioners, enthusiasts and patrons to amplify the voice of design and create the
vision for a collective future. We define global standards and ethical practices, guide
design education, inspire designers and the public, enhance professional development, and make powerful tools and resources accessible to all.
If you’ve been aware of us for a while but aren’t a member, or you’ve let your
membership lapse, there’s never been a better time to join. Visit aiga.org/belong
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JOSEPH DUFFY DUFFY & PA RTNER S , M I NNEA P OLI S , M N Joseph is “the other Joe Duffy” in the design industry. He grew up surrounded by some of the world’s
most talented creative people in which his greatest asset was being a sponge. Since day one he set out to follow in his father’s footsteps and has dedicated his life to the business of design. After earning his
BFA in Graphic Design from the College of Visual Arts, Joseph began his career in the production
and interactive groups at Fallon Worldwide. In 2004, he left with the family name to help start Duffy
& Partners as a designer. Today, as Design Director, he continues to work with some of the biggest brands all around the globe.
JOSH KENYON jolby & fr i end s , P ORTLA ND, OR Jolby & Friends is a collaborative creative studio based in Portland, Oregon. Founders Josh Kenyon &
Colby Nichols began their partnership in 2005 after meeting at the Art Institute in San Diego. They
combine their talents as Art Directors, Designers and Illustrators, utilizing their experience from working within agencies over the course of their careers. The two have exhibited their illustrations
in galleries all over the world and have produced award-winning designs for clients including Disney,
Intel, T-Mobile, Pitchfork and AIGA. They try to achieve two goals within the work they create: “Tell a memorable story” and “make people smile”.
ALISSA WALKER A WA LK ER I N L . A . , L O S A NGELE S , CA Alissa Walker writes about design, architecture, cities, transportation and walking for many publications. She is the urbanism editor at Gizmodo and her work regularly appears in Los Angeles
Magazine, the LA Weekly, Dwell, Fast Company, GOOD, T Magazine, and the Los Angeles Times.
In 2010 she was named a USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Fellow for her writing on design and
urbanism, and in 2011 she was awarded an ArtPlace grant for the initiative GOOD Ideas for Cities,
where creatives propose solutions to urban problems proposed by city leaders. Alissa throws ice cream
socials, tends to a drought-tolerant garden, and relishes life in L.A. without a car.
T OP 5 BE S T IN S HO W
YOU COME T O H AWA I‘I E X PEC T ING H AWA II A N DE SIGN, BU T WH AT WE FOUND IN A LO T OF T HIS WOR K WA S JUS T GR E AT DE SIGN. — JOSEPH DUFF Y —
ABSTRACT MAGAZINE print
DESIGN FIRM Inkubator C R E AT I V E D I R E C TO R Scott Kawamura, Clutch Design DESIGN TEAN Chris Acacio, Miha Banu, Amilia Castro, Scott Daimaru, Lowell Gillia, Mark Guillermo, Taylor Hanson, Alex Kawamoto, Victoria Le, Heather Lee, Becky Mangrobang, Angela Ni, Sheryl Nicolas, Jeff Patingan, Dwayne Pesquira, Miki Phillips, Arlyn Ramos, Tiana Rego, Jillian Roque, Kat Sakata, Breehn Sasaki, Raul Soria, Haren Soril, Donovan Takushi, Leslie Tamonte, Karen Tanigawa, Mitchell Valenzuela, Ryan Yamamoto EDITOR IN CHIEF James Charisma PUBLISHER Matt Heim PRINTER Electric Pencil
DESCRIPTION Abstract Magazine is a collaborative effort between emerging designers, writers, and photographers, meant to provide valuable, real-world publishing experience. The quarterly lifestyle magazine is published by The Inkubator, a non-profit, post-graduate educational accreditation program and co-operative workspace facility designed to support the new wave of Hawaiiâ€™s creative community.
“What we really like about Abstract Magazine is that it exists. It is an awesome effort to produce this cultural magazine. Each issue is experimental and exploratory but they still feel related.” — A L I S S A WA L K E R
BREADSHOP branding / identity
DESIGN FIRM Wall-to-Wall Studios CLIENT Breadshop DESIGNER Scott Na‘auao PAPER Cougar Smooth 130 Cover PRINTER Electric Pencil
DESCRIPTION Breadshop is a craft bakery located in Honolulu owned and operated by Christopher Sy, an artisanal bread maker who bakes for local individuals and restaurants that value the quality of fresh, regional food. The concept is based on the idea of “terroir” which defines how the geography and climate affects locally produced wine, coffee, tea, or bread. The mark is a series of bread loaves broken in half to form a monogram, referencing fellowship through “breaking bread.”
“It lets the product do the talking. It doesn’t get in the way.” — JOSEPH DUFF Y
“It’s the simple elements; the tape and the stamped tissue paper. It’s such a simple and affordable way to make beautiful packaging out of almost nothing.” — A L I S S A WA L K E R
MASTERPIECES OF LANDSCAPE PAINTING FROM THE FORBIDDEN CITY print / environmental
DESIGN FIRM / CLIENT Honolulu Museum of Art DESIGNER Jared Stone S P E C I A L C O N S U LTA N T S Exhibition Installation Department: Larry Maruya, Paul Caleb, Spenson Donre, Guy Kudo, Dararu Nakane, Jason Teraoka, Marc Thomas
DESCRIPTION After more than a year of planning and organizing with the Palace Museum in Beijing, the Honolulu Academy of Arts (now the Honolulu Museum of Art) presented the collaborative exhibition Masterpieces of Landscape Painting from the Forbidden City. The exhibition included 56 paintings from the Palace Museum, which has the largest collection of Chinese paintings in the world, and 19 paintings from the renowned collection of the Honolulu Academy of Arts. Together, these works revealed a painting revolution that happened in China during the 13th and 14th centuries, and forever changed the course of the arts, with its influence still felt today.
“This is one of my favorite things I’ve ever seen, ever.” — A L I S S A WA L K E R
“The use of color here is just so brilliantly executed. These archways are incredible, with the paint only on the inside edge. I think the entire space is so interesting and yet so understated.” — JOSEPH DUFF Y
“Even though the colors are so bold, it still draws you into the art. They took on a huge challenge.” — JOSH K EN YON
O M I DYA R F E L L OW S branding / identity
DESIGN FIRM Wall-to-Wall Studios CLIENT The Omidyar Group DESIGNERS Scott Na‘auao, Malia Wisch PAPER Astrolite Smooth Text & Cover PRINTER Electric Pencil, MOO
DESCRIPTION The Omidyar Fellows program gives intensive leadership training to a select group of emerging executives, with the goal of creating a critical mass of leaders with the ability to tackle complex problems facing Hawai‘i. The flame as a symbol of leadership is familiar. In Hawai‘i, the tradition of lighting and bearing torches still plays out in modern-day ceremonies. Our logo is a faceted flame which represents the group while the diamond shape represents the lofty goal of a better Hawai‘i and a better world.
“Really, incredibly strong logo and identity. We all gravitated to it. The business card with the large logo has a powerful presence.” — A L I S S A WA L K E R
“It’s dimensional, integrated. The type is done really well – it’s very simple and straightforward and works really well with the mark.” — JOSEPH DUFF Y
W|W OCCASIONAL C A R D S & H O L I DAY GREETING G E N E R ATO R print / web campaign
DESIGN FIRM / CLIENT Wall-to-Wall Studios ART DIRECTORS Bernard Uy, Jennifer Tanabe DESIGNERS Scott Na‘auao, Ryan Yamamoto, Scott Daimaru, Malia Wisch, Mark Guillermo DEVELOPERS Mark Guillermo, Charles Ka‘a Kihe PRINTER Valenti Print Group URL greetings.walltowall.com
DESCRIPTION For our 2012 holiday gift, we came up with an idea that we could have fun creating, and that our recipients could share with others. We concocted a list of unusual greetings for a random assortment of occasions – Occasional Cards. To accompany the printed cards, we created the greeting generator to cover every sentiment for every occasion – usually in inappropriate and hilarious combinations. The interactive generator provides many minutes of entertainment.
“Simple, fun, creative, and great illustration. They make you want to check them out, pick them up, read each one, and give them away.” — JOSEPH DUFF Y
“The graphic treatment is really well done. The online greeting generator ties in with the cards nicely and makes it a complete campaign.” — JOSH K EN YON
AWA R D OF E XCE L L E NCE
3 5 TH A N N U A L COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE ART EXHIBITION CAMPAIGN print
DESIGN FIRM Nomura Design CLIENT Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce ART DIRECTOR Michael Nomura DESIGNERS Cheryl Chang, Lauren Trangmar I L L U S T R ATO R S Hiroki Morinoue, Cheryl Chang S P E C I A L C O N S U LTA N T Mark Ibara PAPER Monadnock Asrtrolite Smooth PRINTER Edward Enterprises, Inc.
DESCRIPTION The Honolulu Japanese Chamber conducts the annual art exhibition to support the business of art in Hawai‘i. Nomura Design helped to create a brand communication that targets Hawaii’s artists and art patrons. The brand collateral positions the art exhibition as the preeminent show for both established and emerging artists. As results, both entries and art sales have increased in recent years.
CIRCUS UNDER T H E S E A – F A M I LY NIGHT 2013 print
DESIGN FIRM / CLIENT Waikiki Aquarium D E S I G N E R & I L L U S T R ATO R Kelsey Ige COPYWRITERS Mary Roney, Kelsey Ige
DESCRIPTION At this year’s annual Waikiki Aquarium Family Night, kids stepped into A Circus Under the Sea. They became sea creatures with temporary tattoo suckers, scales, whiskers and eyes. With their personal sea monkey troupe, they learned how aquarists manage contained ecosystems. And in the Freak Show, experts shared spooky, kooky and dangerous animals, experts received limited edition posters as thanks.
C I T I S C A P E H O L I DAY C A R D F E AT U R I N G WAT G P R O J E C T S print
DESIGN FIRM Mozaic CLIENT Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo ART DIRECTORS Stormy Solis, Deby Chock DESIGNER Stormy Solis I L L U S T R ATO R S WATG, Stormy Solis COPYWRITER WATG PAPER Sundance Bright White Smooth 80 Cover PRINTER Chromagraphx, Laser Excel
CONTEMPO 2013 I N V I TAT I O N print
DESIGN FIRM / CLIENT Honolulu Museum of Art DESIGNER Jared Stone COPYWRITER Lesa Griffith C O M M U N I C AT I O N S D I R E C TO R Lesa Griffith DIRECTORS OF EVENTS Whitney Lackey, Christina Nishihara EVENT CHAIR Kelly Sueda PAPER Crane’s Lettra 110 Cover PRINTERS Ryan’s Graphics Corp, Boxcar Press, Dana Labels
DESCRIPTION ConTempo is the Honolulu Museum of Art’s annual spring benefit. Proceeds from ConTempo support museum programming, such as art classes, exhibitions, and educational outreach. ConTempo’s theme in 2013 was an early-20th-century circus, with sideshow stars and curious entertainments. While the poster and envelope were printed digitally elsewhere, we chose to letterpress the dinner card insert because the tactile quality of letterpress printing and its history paired perfectly with our design language, historical typefaces, a strongman, and circus barker slang.
DESIGN A BUG
web / interactive
D E S I G N F I R M Distance Course Design & Consulting C L I E N T College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa D E S I G N E R & D E V E L O P E R Justin Hedani U R L dcdc-courses.coe.hawaii.edu/wp-content/themes/thematic-dcdc-peps250/design-a-bug-v2 ....................................................................................................................................................... D E S C R I P T I O N “Design a Bug” was developed as a multimedia game to supplement an online course about insects. Students learned about the different bug parts and how these evolutionary natural designs are beneficial to their environments. With this information in mind, students were asked to design super bugs.
DOODLES print / environmental
DESIGN FIRM Happy Hour CLIENT Indo Board ART DIRECTOR & I L L U S T R ATO R Kenny Gibbs DESIGNERS Kenny Gibbs, Kristi Gibbs
DESCRIPTION To achieve cohesion through multiple markets, the doodles were introduced on products including the 30 inch long Doodle Deck, print advertising, marketing collateral including the eight foot tall trade show banner and soft goods such as the Doodle Logo Shirt.
EHAWAII.GOV web / interactive
DESIGN FIRM / CLIENT Hawaii Information Consortium ART DIRECTORS Patrick Nakamura, Rosie Warfield DESIGNERS Rika Torres, Megan Nichols DEVELOPERS Jenly Chen, Ernest Criss S P E C I A L C O N S U LTA N T S Russell Castagnaro, Sonny Bhagowalia, Danny Chapman, Randy Baldemor, Karen Higa URL www.eHawaii.gov
T E C H N I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N The new Hawaii.gov is stynamic (static+dynamic). We wanted to reduce response time to the bare minimum while providing the richest user experience possible. Hawaii.gov leverages text, SQL, JSON, RSS and ATOM data sources for content and Git for version control. Markdown, a markup language, and Liquid Templates combine the dynamic and static data sources. We employ Jenkins, an open source continuous integration tool written to re-generate the entire site with updated data feeds every hour or on demand by invoking Jekyll to stitch everything together into a static HTML5 web site.
ESRI USER CONFERENCE 2013 EVENT POSTERS print / environmental
DESIGN FIRM Merryweather Studios CLIENT Esri ART DIRECTOR James Hitchcock DESIGNERS Jay Merryweather, Suzanne Hoyt, Dan Gill, Matt Lehman PRINTERS Merryweather Studios in collaboration with The Design Center at Esri
DESCRIPTION A series of event posters designed for the Esri, 2013 International User Conference in San Diego California. Posters were printed at approximately 12 feet tall and adorned the walls of the San Diego convention center. The Plenary poster has over 15 thousand unique pixel people to reflect the projected number of attendees at the conference.
F E AT H E R S & FLOWERS 2013 CALENDAR print
DESIGN FIRM Mozaic CLIENT Bank of Hawaii ART DIRECTOR Stormy Solis DESIGNER Stormy Solis I L L U S T R ATO R Ruth Moen PAPER Tent: Tango 18pt C1S Cover Pages: Pacesetter Matte 80 Cover PRINTER Electric Pencil
FERGUSON’S IRISH PUB LOGO & SALES M AT E R I A L S branding / identity
DESIGN FIRM Wall-to-Wall Studios CLIENT Ferguson’s Irish Pub DESIGNER Scott Na‘auao PAPER Cougar Smooth 130 Cover PRINTER Electric Pencil
DESCRIPTION When John Ferguson passed away in 2011, the fate of his tiny Irish pub was uncertain. Eventually, old friends and fellow pub owners took it over to carry on John’s legacy. A renovation and rebrand gave the pub a refresh, from quaint to classy. Inspired by the founder’s origins as a ship worker and the pub’s location near the harbor of historical downtown Honolulu, the new brand playfully mixes traditional Irish and nautical themes together.
D E S I G N F I R M Sae Design C L I E N T Hamakua Heritage Farm, Inc. A R T D I R E C T O R Saedene Ota D E S I G N E R Steve Kiyabu .................................................................................................................................................... D E S C R I P T I O N Started in 2001, Hamakua Mushrooms opened their factory in Laupahoehoe on the Big Island. These organic mushrooms are cultivated out of a bottle, a method originally developed in Japan. The new “Mushroom Bob” will soon make his debut in stores across Hawai‘i.
H A¯ L A U N A¯ M A M O O PU‘UANAHULU WEB SITE web / interactive
DESIGN FIRM Stacey Leong Design CLIENT Ha¯lau Na¯ Mamo O Pu‘uanahulu ART DIRECTOR & DESIGNER Stacey Leong Mills DEVELOPERS Stacey Leong Mills, Jason Mudrick S P E C I A L C O N S U LTA N T S Kumu Hula Lōpaka De VeraIgarta, Kumu Hula Sonny Ching URL www.puuanahulu.com
T E C H N I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N Wordpress DESCRIPTION Kumu Hula Sonny Ching and Kumu Hula Lōpaka Igarta-De Vera requested a web site design for Ha¯lau Na¯ Mamo O Pu‘uanahulu that reflected their philosophy, traditions and spirit. Our goal was to tell their story in a culturally respectful way, to communicate authenticity to the Hawaiian culture, and offer a peek into the inner workings of their rituals seldom seen by outsiders.
HARVESTED FROM T H E S K Y A N I M AT I O N motion graphics
DESIGN FIRM Wall-to-Wall Studios CLIENT Hawaiian Springs DESIGNER Scott Na‘auao I L L U S T R ATO R S Scott Na‘auao, Aki Arios
DESCRIPTION Using vibrant illustrations and lush watercolor transitions, this animated commercial embodies the spirt of Hawaiian Springs Water by telling the story of how they bottle their natural artesian water: 100% at the source and harvested from the sky.
H A W A I ‘ I N U I A¯ K E A SCHOOL OF HAWAIIAN KNOWLEDGE WEB SITE web / interactive
DESIGN FIRM Stacey Leong Design CLIENT University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Hawai‘inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge ART DIRECTOR Stacey Leong Mills DESIGNERS Stacey Leong Mills, Jason Mudrick DEVELOPER Jason Mudrick I L L U S T R ATO R Stacey Leong Mills COPYWRITER Lilinoe Andrews PRINTER www.manoa.hawaii.edu/hshk
T E C H N I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N Wordpress DESCRIPTION Established in 2007, the Hawai‘inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge needed a web site that targeted students, alumni, community members and other indigenous schools around the world. Our goal was to create a sense of Hawaiian culture and sense of place by developing illustrations and photography that emphasized the ‘āina (land), kai (ocean), ‘ike (wisdom) & hā (breath) of Hawai‘i and its people.
HAWAII ENERGY REPORT CARD 2013 web / interactive
DESIGN FIRM Sudokrew Solutions LLC CLIENT Blue Planet Foundation ART DIRECTOR & DESIGNER Jon Lewis DEVELOPERS Emmanuel Pilande, Jason Sewell I L L U S T R ATO R Scott Daimaru COPYWRITER Catherine Lo S P E C I A L C O N S U LTA N T Spencer Toyama URL www.hawaiienergyreportcard.org
T E C H N I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N Bootstrap and Modernizr DESCRIPTION We collaborated with Wall to Wall studios to provide a web layout of the Blue Planet Foundationâ€™s Energy Report Card. The layout is responsive with mobile browsers and legacy browsers up to IE6, and dynamically creates vectors of image assets for large scaling displays of the project.
HAWAII OPERA T H E AT R E ( H OT ) web / interactive
DESIGN FIRM Ikayzo, Inc. CLIENT Hawaii Opera Theatre DESIGNER Arlyn Ramos DEVELOPERS Chris Ota, Michael King I L L U S T R ATO R S Arlyn Ramos, Kathleen Uno URL www.hawaiiopera.org
T E C H N I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N WordPress CMS DESCRIPTION Responsive layout best viewed on the proper device (ie. iPhone or iPad). A static HTML template (Precise) was used and converted into a fully customizable WordPress Theme.
HAWAII SKIN DIVER MAGAZINE print
DESIGN FIRM VOICE CLIENT Hawaii Skin Diver Publishing DESIGNER Clifford Cheng I L L U S T R AT I O N Issue #50: Dietrich Varez S P E C I A L C O N S U LTA N T S Sterling Kaya, Marc Inouye PRINTER DMS Printing
DESCRIPTION For divers - by divers, Hawaii Skin Diver Magazine is the breath that captures the adventure, allure and wonder of the sport of freediving and spearfishing. HSD shares reader contributed travelogues from around the globe to offer a glimpse into these unique oceanic cultures and traditions found in no other publication. One world - one breath.
H O N O L U L U I N 1 8 8 8 C OV E R A N D F E AT U R E
D E S I G N F I R M / C L I E N T HONOLULU Magazine A R T D I R E C T O R Cody Kawamoto E D I T O R I N C H I E F A. Kam Napier P H O T O S Bishop Museum, Hawai‘i State Archives P R I N T E R Hagadone Printing Company ........................................................................................................................................... ........ D E S C R I P T I O N The “Honolulu in 1888” Cover Feature for HONOLULU Magazine is a look back at what life was like at the time our magazine was started. The exploration of life back then is shown with photographs from the Hawai‘i State Archives and Bishop Museum, paired with writings that captivate.
HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART branding / identity
DESIGN FIRM / CLIENT Honolulu Museum of Art DESIGNER Jared Stone COPYWRITER Lesa Griffith MUSEUM DIRECTOR Stephan Jost C O M M U N I C AT I O N S D I R E C TO R Lesa Griffith PAPER Cougar Smooth PRINTER Edward Enterprises, Inc., Valenti Print Group, Ryan’s Graphics Corp
DESCRIPTION In 2011, The Contemporary Museum gifted its assets and collection to the Honolulu Academy of Arts and in 2012, the combined museum changed its name to the Honolulu Museum of Art. Rebranding efforts include logo design, stationery, member’s magazine, visitor guides, building signage, membership collateral, etc.
H P C A W H AT I S A C O M M U N I T Y H E A LT H C E N T E R A N I M AT I O N motion graphics
DESIGN FIRM Wall-to-Wall Studios CLIENT Hawaii Primary Care Association DESIGNER Scott Na‘auao I L L U S T R ATO R Scott Daimaru
DESCRIPTION Hawai‘i Primary Care Association (HPCA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering primary health care—basic medical, dental and behavioral health services—for all Hawai’i residents. One of the main questions they are commonly asked is “What’s a Community Health Center?” and our answer was to create a short animated video that simply and succinctly explains the difference between a Community Health Center and a standard Health Center.
HUAKA‘I MAGAZINE FA L L 2 0 1 3 / W I N T E R 2014 COVER print
DESIGN FIRM HAWAI‘I Magazine CLIENT PacificBasin Communications ART DIRECTOR Cody Kawamoto DESIGNER Mie Takahashi I L L U S T R ATO R Nick Kuchar COPYWRITERS Cheryl Chee Tsutsumi, Yoshiko Karson PRINTER Journal Graphics
DESCRIPTION Marketers in decades past drew visitors to the Islands with whimsical illustrations of vacation pleasures.
I K AY Z O web / interactive
DESIGN FIRM / CLIENT Ikayzo, Inc. ART DIRECTOR Daniel Leuck DESIGNER Chris Ota DEVELOPERS Scott Murphy, Chris Ota, Chris Kobayashi I L L U S T R ATO R S Kathleen Uno, Chris Ota (digital painting, accents) COPYWRITERS Daniel Leuck, Gabe Morris URL www.ikayzo.com
T E C H N I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N Ruby on Rails, Refinery CMS DESCRIPTION Responsive layout best viewed on the proper device (ie. iPhone or iPad).
KAPOLEI REFINERY 4 0 TH A N N I V E R S A R Y BOOK print
DESIGN FIRM Orasi Design CLIENT Tesoro Hawaii Corporation ART DIRECTORS Stacie Taira Koike, Ikaika Uchima DESIGNER Ikaika Uchima COPYWRITER Strategic Communication Solutions, LLC PAPER Epic Black Classic Crest Smooth 130 Cover, Cougar 80 Cover PRINTER Edward Enterprises, Inc.
DESCRIPTION We helped celebrate the Kapolei Refinery’s 40th anniversary by designing a commemorative book for its employees. The keepsake tells the story of the refinery’s 40-year history in Hawai‘i. It also showcases the work of photographer Mitchell Chan, who captured the unique beauty of the refinery and its employees.
KE KANI O KE KAI 2013 print / environmental
DESIGN FIRM / CLIENT Waikiki Aquarium D E S I G N E R & I L L U S T R ATO R Kelsey Ige
DESCRIPTION This year’s summer concert series’ branding was inspired by the rolling waves and sea breezes that characterize the Ke Kani O Ke Kai concerts on the water’s edge. The fresh color palette, layered textures, and hand-drawn logotype point to a bygone era of Waikiki beachboys, aloha shirts, and ukuleles. Various grounds’ signage were cut and constructed by hand.
MAUI HERB GARDENS
D E S I G N F I R M Sae Design C L I E N T Evonuk Farms A R T D I R E C T O R Saedene Ota D E S I G N E R Steve Kiyabu .................................................................................................................................................. D E S C R I P T I O N Redesign of the Maui Herb Garden tags. The local, family-owned company has been in business for over 30 years and was in need of an update in order to continue to grow their business. We created a local, homegrown image for the company that will be memorable and will easily stand out from other locally grown product on grocery shelves.
D E S I G N F I R M Sae Design C L I E N T Migrant A R T D I R E C T O R Saedene Ota D E S I G N E R Ian Ryan .................................................................................................................................................... D E S C R I P T I O N A comprehensive branding & marketing project for a new restaurant scheduled to open at the end of 2013. Headed by a celebrity chef & backed by wellknown Maui restauranteurs, the goal is to create a new generation of Hawaiâ€˜i chefs in order to summon both locals & visitors to the new place. After creating an overall feel & image for the brand, we are using integrated marketing tactics to develop exposure for the new Wailea restaurant.
NEW YEAR’S CARDS print
DESIGN FIRM Mozaic CLIENT Mozaic Paper ART DIRECTORS Deby Chock, Lori Nuha D E S I G N E R & I L L U S T R ATO R Lori Nuha COPYWRITER Deby Chock S P E C I A L C O N S U LTA N T Manfred Nagel PAPER Cougar Smooth 100 Cover PRINTER Electric Pencil
OLI OLI WALKER JTB HAWAI‘I VISITOR T R A N S P O RTAT I O N print / environmental
DESIGN FIRM Clarence Lee Design & Associates CLIENT JTB Hawaii, Inc. ART DIRECTOR & I L L U S T R ATO R Kuni Yamamoto DESIGNERS Kuni Yamamoto, Etsuko Ono PRINTER JET Graphics
DESCRIPTION To celebrate its 100th anniversary, the Japan Travel Bureau (JTB) introduced its new road vehicle “The Whale – Oli Oli Walker” which replaces the former Oli Oli trolley. Running main routes through Waikiki, Ala Moana, Diamond Head, and Downtown. In total, three different color buses were created – blue, red, and green. The well known “Trolley” needed a refresh, with other competing companies copying the same trolley idea, JTB needed something fresh to keep it’s customers using them. The new “Whale Bus” not only gave customers a new, better experience, but also served as a huge PR tool to get customers to book tours through JTB verses other companies. Only through JTB are you able to ride the Whale Bus.
OUR C O M M E M O R AT I V E ISSUE – 125 YEARS print
DESIGN FIRM / CLIENT HONOLULU Magazine ART DIRECTOR Erik Ries DESIGNER Warren Daubert EDITOR IN CHIEF A. Kam Napier PHOTOS Hawai‘i State Archives, General Growth Properties, Michael Keany, Zippy’s Inc., Corbis. com, Matson Navigation Co., Ed Greevy, iStock.com, Honolulu Police Department, Monte Costa, Honolulu Magazine Archives, Bev Gannon, David Croxford, Jon De Mello, Hawai‘i State Department of Transportation, Bishop Museum, Alfred Uprichard, Brett Uprichard
DESCRIPTION Our Commemorative Issue contains some of our best historical Honolulu features in recent years, redesigned for a special publication in celebration of our magazine’s 125th Anniversary. It was packaged with a regular monthly issue for subscribers and was later available on the newsstands.
O U R K A K A ‘ A KO : D E V E L O P M E N T C O L L AT E R A L
D E S I G N F I R M MVNP C L I E N T Kamehameha Schools A R T D I R E C T O R Jacqueline Davey D E S I G N E R S Shelby Burns, Haku Chamberlin-Bee C O P Y W R I T E R Brian Watanabe S P E C I A L C O N S U L T A N T Bob Soares P A P E R Folder: Fluted corrugated kraft cover. Deluxe Brochure Cover: Cougar Smooth 100 Cover, Text: Cougar Smooth 65 Cover, Inserts: Cougar Smooth 80 Cover, Tenant Cards: Cougar Smooth 80 Cover P R I N T E R Generation Printing, C & S Sales ................................................................................................................................................... D E S C R I P T I O N To launch the Kamehameha Schools “Our Kaka‘ako” development project, MVNP created a collateral package that highlighted the vision and scope of the plan in a form that demonstrated Our Kaka‘ako’s commitment to adaptive re-use, authenticity and innovation.
PILLARS OF PEACE C O L L AT E R A L print / environmental
DESIGN FIRM Wall-to-Wall Studios CLIENT Hawaiâ€˜i Community Foundation DESIGNERS Malia Wisch, Mark Guillermo COPYWRITER Jana Wolf PRINTER Electric Pencil
DESCRIPTION Pillars of Peace Hawaiâ€˜i promotes conversations about peace as not just the absence of conflict, but as an ideal we must actively pursue. A cornerstone of the initiative is an ongoing series of visits by prominent peace leaders. Our task was to name the initiative, then brand the event as the first in a series. The program launched with a visit by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the events surrounding his visit, and later extended to a visit by Aung San Suu Kyi.
PUFFER FISH NOTE CARD SERIES print
DESIGN FIRM Mozaic CLIENT Mozaic Paper ART DIRECTOR, DESIGNER & I L L U S T R ATO R Anne Sakutori PRINTER Electric Pencil
QUEEN LILI‘UOKALANI T R U S T S TAT I O N E RY print
DESIGN FIRM Wall-to-Wall Studios CLIENT Queen Liliuokalani Trust DESIGNER Mark Guillermo PAPER Cougar Smooth 80 Cover 100 Text PRINTER Electric Pencil
DESCRIPTION Queen Lili‘uokalani Trust was born out of the aloha and care that Queen Lili‘uokalani had for the families of Hawai‘i. The Endowment Group provides resources to support the Queen Liliuokalani Children’s Center and future social service programs with the mission and vision of the Trust. The logo references the Queen’s profile and her fondness for butterflies, and creates a letter “L” for her name.
R E H A B F O U N DAT I O N 2011 ANNUAL REPORT print
DESIGN FIRM Wall-to-Wall Studios CLIENT REHAB Hospital of the Pacific ART DIRECTOR Malia Wisch DESIGNER Ryan Yamamoto PAPER Lynx Smooth Text & Cover PRINTER Electric Pencil
DESCRIPTION The REHAB Hospital of the Pacific specializes in rehabilitation care for those with physical and cognitive disabilities. Readers are already familiar with Rehabâ€™s heart-warming success stories, but REHAB also wanted to be known for their cutting-edge technology. This report set a different tone by prominently featuring their new e-Legs equipment and using a more bold and graphic treatment to its stories throughout.
ROOM + SERVICE print / digital
DESIGN FIRM / CLIENT Nella Media Group DESIGNER Ara Feducia
DESCRIPTION With compelling content for the modern traveler, ROOM+SERVICE engages readers with an experience beyond the traditional in-room guestbook. Featuring captivating imagery, informative content, and a luxurious look and feel, ROOM+SERVICE utilizes print and digital media to connect global travelers with the essence of their location.
R OYA L H AWA I I A N COOKIE PACKAGING print / packaging
DESIGN FIRM Clarence Lee Design & Associates CLIENT Lanikai Cookie Company ART DIRECTOR Kuni Yamamoto DESIGNERS Kuni Yamamoto, Etsuko Ono PRINTER Edward Enterprises, Inc.
DESCRIPTION New smaller “reusable” packaging for the Royal Hawaiian Cookie made in Hawai‘i cookie brand. Targeting Hawai‘i travelers buying take home gifts for friends and family. The design utilizes natural materials encased in a compact size, the characteristics of the package series includes 6 color flavor variations based on a concept of a “rainbow” when displayed together.
S AY H I ! DON QUIJOTE INTERACTIVE PHOTO S TAT I O N print / environmental
DESIGN FIRM Clarence Lee Design & Associates CLIENT Don Quijote USA Inc. ART DIRECTOR Kuni Yamamoto DESIGNERS Kuni Yamamoto, Etsuko Ono COPYWRITER Laron Miyashiro S P E C I A L C O N S U LTA N T Laron Miyashiro PRINTER JET Graphics
DESCRIPTION Say Hi! is an interactive photo station, where you can transform yourself into “Hawaiian style mode”, snap a picture, and then share that picture via email. The augmented reality effects and face capture system gives a new and different photo station experience with the virtual Hawaiian style overlay image following your movements.
SEA FOLDER print
DESIGN FIRM Design Asylum CLIENT NOAA ART DIRECTOR & DESIGNER Jeff Patingan PRINTER Edward Enterprises, Inc.
DESCRIPTION This is a giveaway folder for children so the design was kept fun and engaging.
SPAHALEKULANI BAGS print / packaging
DESIGN FIRM Sae Design CLIENT Halekulani ART DIRECTOR & DESIGNER Saedene Ota
DESCRIPTION Package redesign for Spa Halekulani bags to become more sustainable and “earth friendly” while also striving to sustain the stellar hotel reputation and chic image. Straying from the past plastic bag piece, this one is designed to be reused in a fashionable way.
THE EVOLUTION OF FREEDIVING print
DESIGN FIRM VOICE CLIENT FLUID Media DESIGNER Clifford Cheng COPYWRITER Sonny Tanabe S P E C I A L C O N S U LTA N T S Sonny Tanabe, Sterling Kaya, Marc Inouye PRINTER DMS Printing
DESCRIPTION In his second book, The Evolution of Freediving, Sonny Tanabe has created a definitive text for the sport. Fueled by a lifelong love affair with the ocean, this compilation of stunning photography, historic lore and modern information is sure to fascinate. With passionate detail, The Evolution of Freediving presents the art of apnea and spearfishing in concise and intriguing fashion. This book traces both the advances in dive equipment as well as the progression of the spearfisherman â€“ from explorer to hunter to the current evolution as steward of the sea.
THE MARKET identity
DESIGN FIRM Sae Design CLIENT The Market ART DIRECTOR Steve Kiyabu DESIGNERS Steve Kiyabu, Ian Ryan
DESCRIPTION A branding project for a new premier deli scheduled for opening at the end of 2013. Created by the Chefs at Capische? in Wailea, The Market will be the go-to location for sandwiches, salads, entrees and other food items.
THE MODERN IN-ROOM print
DESIGN FIRM Sae Design CLIENT Aqua Hospitality PAPER Classic Crest Solar White PRINTER Edward Enterprises, Inc.
DESCRIPTION Branding the first Monogram hotel for Aqua Hotels & Resorts allowed us to create original illustrations of sea life used on all print collateral from do not disturb door hangers, coasters, and stationery.
THE MODERN SALES print
DESIGN FIRM Sae Design CLIENT Aqua Hospitality ART DIRECTOR Saedene Ota DESIGNER Zenobia Lakdawalla PAPER Pacesetter Coated PRINTER Edward Enterprises, Inc.
DESCRIPTION Where innovative design meets barefoot luxury, this urban resort promises a refreshingly new Hawaiâ€˜i experience. This piece presents you with everything The Modern Honolulu has to offer for your next special event.
TIMELESS MAUNA KEA web / interactive
DESIGN FIRM Anthology Marketing Group CLIENT Prince Resorts Hawaii ART DIRECTORS Janette Council, David Koch, Wendi Chun DESIGNER Janette Council DEVELOPERS Janette Council, Kai Sounthala I L L U S T R ATO R David Koch S P E C I A L C O N S U LTA N T S Jantzen Inada, Lori Lum URL www.timelessmaunakea.com
T E C H N I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N HTML5, CSS3
D E S I G N F I R M Wall-to-Wall Studios C L I E N T ‘Ulu‘ulu: The Henry Ku‘ualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawai‘i D E S I G N E R Scott Na‘auao .................................................................................................................................................... D E S C R I P T I O N ‘Ulu‘ulu is Hawai‘i’s official state archive for moving images. The logo is a clean type treatment that illustrates the rhythmic quality of the name, and the ‘okina (‘) and letter U become a shorthand icon when necessary.
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L I V E O N S TA G E CAMPAIGN & EXHIBITION print / environmental
CLASS UH Mﾄ］oa Graphic Design Workshop CLIENT UH Mﾄ］oa Department of Theatre & Dance INSTRUCTOR Anne Bush DESIGNERS Brigitte Baker, Brian Baldwin, KC Fong, Taylor Hanson, Janell Isara, Linda Lovan, Casey Nishikawa, Kamie Oda, Robin Pignataro, Maribeth Seveses, Sarah Smith, Lauren Trangmar
DESCRIPTION For the 2013 UH Mﾄ］oa Graphic Design Workshop, students used the language of stage markings and body action verbs to focus this new identity for the Department of Theatre & Dance on the performer窶冱 body, alive in time and space. The system will be applied to promotional and event materials, the Department web site, and a modular conference display. To coincide with the campaign, an exhibition was staged that flipped the performer/audience relationship inside out.
NAINOA SHIZURU D E S I G N S — FA I T H INSPIRED ART web / interactive
DESIGNER & DEVELOPER Nainoa Shizuru URL www.nainoashizuru.com
SKIN MILK identity / branding
DESIGNER Arlyn Ramos CLIENT Kapiolani Community College INSTRUCTOR Ailed Garcia
DESCRIPTION Skin Milk is a bath and beauty company focused on natural, gentle skincare, and skin whitening. The products are based on milk, which alludes to a creamy complexion, and which was historically used for moisturizing skin. The idea of a relaxing soak in the tub is part of Skin Milk’s brand message, encouraging women to take time out of their busy lives to treat themselves to much-deserved pampering.
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THE ART OF MECHANICAL REPRODUCTION print
CLASS UH Student Project: Design 365 INSTRUCTOR Chae Ho Lee DESIGNER Lauren Trangmar
DESCRIPTION This project was an exercise to learn how to use the grid in book form. The famous essay, â€œArt and the Age of Mechanical Reproductionâ€? was edited and formatted into chapters for the content of this book. The pages are designed to fold out (expand and contract) from 4x4in size to a 8x8in to embody the concept of mechanical reproductions ability to expand and contract notions of time and space. Keeping with this theme, the book can be compacted into a small square for the pages to be viewed individually or pulled out into a long form to view altogether. The book was printed at UHM and carefully folded and constructed by hand.
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M E M B E R S
DE S I G N L E A DE R S
SU P P O RTE R S
Matthew Heim, Electric Pencil, 1990
Kirstin Anderson, Surfing The
Christopher Ota, 2012 Angelica Rabang, 2008 Joseph Schuck, 2007
Nations, 2013 Michelle Ann Carino, Distance Course Design & Consulting, 2011 David Chatsuthiphan, Mentalpez,
SUS TA I N I NG M E M B E R S
2012 Vicky Chung, 2013
Andy Arakaki, 2013
Janette Council, 2012
Deby Chock, Mozaic, 1998
Lowell Gillia, Design Asylum Inc,
Chase Conching, Communications Pacific, 2013 Matthew Honda, 2013 Terry Hubbard, Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort & Spa, 2005
2007 Josue Gonzalez, 2013 Bruce Hansen, Buzz Media Group, 2004 Steve Kiyabu, Sae Design, 2007
Tyler Johnson, 2012
Justine Lazo, 2013
Giovanni Jubert, BlueGraphics, 2004
Chae Ho Lee, University of Hawai‘ i
Ken Lincoln, Castle Medical Center Marketing, 1994 Becky Mangrobang, 2010
at Mānoa, 2007 Aaron Lee, University of Hawai‘ i at Mānoa, 2000
Lessie Mitch, 2013
Christopher Lucero, 2013
Laron Miyashiro, Clarence Lee Design
Chris Magpoc, DFI Design, 2009
& Associates, LLC, 2012 Barbara Pope, Barbara Pope Book Design, 1990 Ryan Ragus, Clarence Lee Design & Associates, LLC, 2007 Keith Robertson, Ten Foot Design, LLC, 2000
Stacey Mills, Stacey Leong Design, 1994 Jan Olin Nakamura, Synergy Design, 2013 Wylie Nash, GeniusDesign, 2013 Jeff Patingan, 2006 Katherine Purtle, 2012
Leslie Tamonte, 2006
Ian Ryan, Sae Design, 2013
Jennifer Tanabe, Wall-to-Wall
Sandra Sanpei, Honolulu Community
Studios, Inc., 2011 Denise Tanaka, 2013 Bernard Uy, Wall-to-Wall Studios, Inc., 1993 Kristen Wilson, PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2005 Malia Wisch, Wall-to-Wall Studios, Inc., 1999 Kuniaki Yamamoto, Clarence Lee Design & Associates, LLC, 2007 Saedene Yee-Ota, Sae Design, 1998
College, 2003 Brandon Truscott, BYU Hawaii, 2009 Mitchell Valenzuela, 2012 Winston Welborn, Wasabi Hawaii Life, 2003
C O N T R I BU T O R S
Mark Guillermo, Wall-to-Wall
Joseph Abad, 2011
Jordan Guillermo, 2012
Christopher Acacio, 2013
Darin Hajime, Darin Hajime
Studios, Inc., 2013
Alden Antonio, 2012
Linda Lovan, 2012
Reina Robles, 2012
Christina Lugo, 2010
Mariah Rocker, 2012
Melissa Lum, 2012
Jillian Roque, 2011
Kevin Luttrell, NiteOwl Studio, 2013
Heather Saenz, 2012
Lianne Maeda, 2010
Kathryne Sakata, 2009 Kristina Sanford, The Art Institute of
Christian Anulao, 2012
Sharla Hanaoka, Cheeks and Lola, 2012
Yukinori Maekawa, 2012
Amy Babcock, University of Hawai‘ i
Taylor Hanson, 2012
Trevor Manu, 2012
Courtney Hara, 2012
Shingo Matsushima, Ronin Design
at Mānoa, 2010 Brian Baldwin, 2012
Lauren Hara, Bright Child Design,
Breehn Sasaki, 2013 Natalie Schack, UHERO, 2013
Kyle McCormick, 2012
Louis Bruce Scheer, 2012
Brad Baris, 2013
Jerica Harada, 2013
Mardee Melton, 2013
Kimberly Schenck, 2013
Blaine Bastatas, Honolulu Community
Maki Hardesty, 2012
Emily Moody, SuperFine Design/
Maribeth Seveses, 2011
Miha Banu, 2011
College, 2013 Harley Bone, 2012 Shelby Burns, MVNP, 2010
California-San Diego, 2011
Caleb Hartsfield, 2013 Tim Haugaard, Kokua Foods LLC, 2011
K CC, 2013 Juno Moon, Kapiolani Community College, 2012
Nainoa Shizuru, 2013 Michelle Siu, 2013 Daniel Smith, 2012
Maria Regine Cabbab, 2012
Tiffany Higa, 2010
Jason Mudrick, 2009
Sarah Smith, 2011
Amilia Castro, 2012
Franklin Hiraoka, University of
Melissa Nakamura, 2013
Cassandra Song, 2012
Marian Chang, 2013 Stephanie Chang, Stephanie Chang Design Ink, 2013 Lik Hang Cheng, 2013 Clifford Cheng, VOICE, 2002 Aaron Chinen, 2012
James Nakamura, 2013
Haren Soril, 2011
Ryan Hirata, Tactics Unlimited, 2006
Hawai‘ i at Mānoa, 2010
Amy Ngo, 2010
Donovan Takushi, 2012
Judith Hodge, JudithHodgeDesigns.
Angela Ni, PacIOOS, 2012
Karen Tanigawa, University of Hawaii
com, 2012 Susan Horowitz, Pacific New Media, 2012
Reyna Nishimura, 2012 Kara Nyuha, 2013 Roy Ogasawara, 2013
Manoa, 2012 Nicole Thommes, Star Advertiser, 2013
Anne Crump, 2013
Joe Hunt, Joe Hunt Design, 2012
Hirona Ogawa, 2012
Spencer Toyama, Agency HI, 2013
Qian Deng, 2012
Charie Hutchins, 2012
Dwayne Pesquira, 2012
Lauren Trangmar, University of
Rosie Eckerman, 2012
Kelsey Ige, Waikiki Aquarium, 2009
Katherine Peth, 2011
Kamele Eskaran, 2007
Tiana Ikeda Rego, 2010
Marilynn Pham, 2012
Ben Trevino, 2013
Ariana Fernandez, Ariana Fernandez
Kristen Ikehara, 2013
Miki Phillips, Honolulu Community
Torsten Vaivai-Söderberg, 2013
Creative, 2013 Mitchell Fong, 2013 Keenan Fong, 2012
Janell Isara, 2012 Vanessa Katz, NEON.REPUBLIC, 2013
Jaclyn Watase, 2013
Zachary Pigott, 2013
Justin White, 2013 Ryan Yamamoto, Wall-to-Wall
Alex Kawamoto, 2013
Emmanuel Pilande, 2012
Rechung Fujihira, The Box Jelly, 2012
Russell Kaya, 2013
Raymond Poon, Kamehameha Schools,
Jennifer Fujitani, 2012
Andreina Keller, 2013
Lori Fukumura, 2011
Samantha Khan, 2013
Michelle Ganeku, 2012
Kim Kitsuki, 2012
Guiqing Gao, 2013
Stacie Koike, Orasi Design, 2013
Chris Gargiulo, Kapiolani Community
Erica Kunihisa, 2010
Tamara Gillia, Design Asylum Inc., 2013 Kevin Gray, KCC, 2012
2013 Justin Prem, Brainstorm Hawaii, 2012 Larry Racoma, Kamehameha Schools, 2013
Erin Lambert, 2012
Arlyn Ramos, 2011
Karyn Lau, Stacey Leong Design LLC,
Richard Reese, Richard Reese Designs
Krystal Van Putten, 2012
Robin Pignataro, 2012
Sylvia Foures, 2012
Hawai‘ i at Mānoa, 2013
Victoria Le, 2013
Darren Rey, 2013
Amy LeNoir, 2013
Eric Robison, Crazy Shirts, 2012
Studios, Inc., 2006 Yonghao Yan, 2009 Andrew Yee, 2010 Callan Young, 2012 Qingshan Yu, 2012 Jennifer Zheng, 2013 This list is as of 10/16/2013.
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BOOK OF VALOR
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Spicers Paper Inc. and Silver Pearl 110 Cover
Christopher Ota Chloe Kubo
VOLUNTEERS We extend a warm mahalo to all of our dedicated volunteers. Thank you for bringing your energy and enthusiasm to our events and our chapter.
Design: Scott Na‘auao
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Paper: Cougar Smooth 100 Text, 98 Bright by
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Concept & Design: Wall-to-Wall Studios Scott Na‘auao, Malia Wisch
Illustration: Scott Daimaru, Steve Kiyabu & Malia Wisch
Pre-Press & Printing: Hagadone Printing Company using the HP Indigo 7600. Binding: Electric Pencil
Design: Wall-to-Wall Studios, Scott Na‘auao
WINNERS PHOTOGRAPHY Submitted by entrants WEB SITE & ENTRY SYSTEM Wall-to-Wall Studios
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Art Direction: Scott Na‘auao, Jen Tanabe Animation: Ira Lederer
The majority of this book was laid out in one night. AIGA Honolulu sincerely apologizes for any errors or omissions.
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