I’m a graphic designer and artist. I work in design using a variety of media, including drawing, color theory, photography, and multimedia. Contrasting lines, abstract details, themes, and organic motifs may all be found in my process; inspired by their surroundings, whether it’s nature, live music, travel, or frequent trips to galleries and museums.
Throughout the years I have embraced artists such as Herb Lubalin, Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, and Neville Brody. During my studies as an undergraduate, I was very much influenced by the art history of the Dada and Futurism periods.
My most recent work have included textile designs, surface patterns, apparel, product branding, and one-of-a-kind website designs for a variety of clients. I founded Creative Hina Design while pursuing a B.F.A. at Wayne State University. I’m always creating new collections, experimenting with new methods and graphic designs, and collaborating with new clients like Facing Race, Quetarshe Textiles Design Studio, and CY-FI Sounds, to name a few. In addition, I have an online shop where I offer current items from my personal brands, City of Soul Detroit, Rosa + May, and QuietSon.