I (a.k.a. Santa and/or Santa Design), currently located in Seoul, South Korea, have been creating and providing quality art designs and related services since 1999. My main area of expertise started with graffiti work, and although I still take an active part in graffiti now, I have expanded to any art designs and related services deeply rooted in Street Art.
I pride myself on generating only original designs for all of my work. I create and craft designs and art in various forms and unique artwork like graffiti, characters, logos, BI, CI, computer graphics, image clips, flash, home pages, and an array of print work for online and offline businesses. Although I have extensive experience producing all of the above styles, I believe my strength lies in character-creation, logos, and flash work.
Santa Design communicates by appealing to your sight. I deem such "visual appeal" can be a more effective and imposing means of interactions in certain circumstances, and I venture to say impudently, my visual language does just that, since the work from Santa Design is inimitable, distinguishing, and matchless. Creating an art design is what provides me joy and exultation, and that is what I value most. Yes, I am Santa Design, a nonverbal communication specialist.
Amy Ning studied illustration at California State University, Long Beach. She immigrated to the States at the age of ten from Tokyo. Her work has been in print publications, as well as billboards and film. During her nineteen years as an illustrator for the Orange County Register
newspaper, her work has been recognized by Print
, SILA, and Society of Illustrators. The mother of two boys, she enjoys running, biking, video poker, and the Santa Anita Race Track.
As an international award-winning photographer and digital artist, Tim takes personal responsibility for both the capture and digital compositing of his images, allowing him to create the level of imagery you see in his portfolio, with great efficiency and ease. He is an enthusiastic collaborator whose goal is to elevate the creative vision while bringing it to reality. No matter the size of the budget, he personally sees the project from the pre-pro meeting all the way through post-production. Tim specializes in still life, conceptual, and portrait photography. However, his style and experience transcend categories, and he enjoys the challenges of shooting a wide variety of subject matter under any conditions.
Kazu Nitta graduated from Dokkyo University before enrolling at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. In the same year he won two prestigious awards presented by The New York Society of Illustrators Scholarship Competition and The Smithsonian Air & Space Museum. In 1992 he was honored with the New York Society of Illustrators International Competition Advertising Award and the Book Awards. Months after graduating, Kazu landed his first of several children's book assignments at Simon & Schuster. A short time later, he illustrated Dr. Theodore Geisel's first posthumous book at Random House, My Many Colored Days
. Other clients include Duke University, Colgate University, Investment News
, the Wall Street Journal
, and many more.
Jeff Green is a professional photographer who has been shooting for the past eighteen years. Jeff’s initial passion for lighting stems from his interest in music and early days going to rock concerts in Los Angeles. He eventually went on to study theatrical lighting and set building in school. His graphic style of composition, intuitive lighting sensibility, creative problem solving, and vast location shooting experience have earned him a list of top notch clients from around the world. Jeff Green has the distinction to have been featured in many industry publications, such as: Studio Photography & Design
, Popular Photography
, and Digital Photo Pro
, as well as Amphoto books, Location and Studio Lighting Techniques
. His work has been widely published throughout the world.