Archive for the ‘Signmaking’ Category

Feature Article in Hana Hou! Magazine 2014/15 Winter Edition

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

Kahi is featured in this December 2014/January 2015 Hana Hou! magazine.  Check it out if you can.  Great story by Lee Cataluna, and awesome photos by Olivier Koning!  Mahalo to editor Michael Shapiro and the gang at Hana Hou! Magazine.  And, Mahalo to all of you for your continued support!  Happy Holidays!

 

http://www.hanahou.com/

Masterpieces of Landscape Painting from the Forbidden City

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

A special exhibit (thru Jan. 8, 2012) of paintings from the Forbidden City, China, a few not normally accessible to the Chinese public, this is your chance to view this amazing show!  A lot of hard work went into this show of only two months.  Check it out!  Congrats especially to HAA curator Shawn Eichman, Larry Maruya and the gang at the Installations Department, and graphic designer Jared Stone.  Visit http://honoluluacademy.org/art/exhibitions/11737-masterpieces_landscape_painting_forbidden_city for more info, and for everything else in between!

K&D on the Job:
Images from:  http://www.facebook.com/honoluluacademy


DVF Wall Graphic

Thursday, August 4th, 2011

Here’s another sign job that we completed, giving you ideas!  Call us for your next signage project!

William and Susan Calso Wedding

Monday, May 2nd, 2011

Congratulations to William and Susan Calso (my brother/Kahi’s brother-in-law and our new, official sister-in-law), Married on April 30, 2011!

We put all of our experiences in the arts, signage, bonsai, & baking into helping setting the stage for our beloved newlyweds.  More pics to come soon!


Graphics Installation at HAA

Sunday, February 20th, 2011

Aloha Folks,

Just a reminder that we offer signage services of all kinds!

See our latest installation at:  http://blog.honoluluacademy.org/?p=2280

for the Honolulu Academy of Arts, one of our greatest inspirations!  Be sure to check out the Vogel Collection, a collection of modern works donated by a married couple (with no children), 50 works to each of the 50 states! — A very thoughtful idea, everyone across  America can enjoy!