Save Japan Dolphins logo for stickers, T-shirts, etc.
Finding new ways, new vehicles to spread awareness. This sticker/logo inspired by the iconic Endless Summer film and Endless Summer beer brewed in Southern California.
This piece includes the links to both Save Japan Dolphins and Surfers For Cetaceans.

Save Japan Dolphins logo for stickers, T-shirts, etc.

Finding new ways, new vehicles to spread awareness. This sticker/logo inspired by the iconic Endless Summer film and Endless Summer beer brewed in Southern California.

This piece includes the links to both Save Japan Dolphins and Surfers For Cetaceans.

Third in a series of Save Japan Dolphins posters - this one from 2013.
I wanted to use distinctly Japanese themed imagery - iconic symbols that immediately bring Japan to mind. The rising sun. Mount Fuji. The water is based on a traditional pattern used to represent water in many Japanese designs - from tapestry to pottery, etc. I was going for something simple and bold.

Third in a series of Save Japan Dolphins posters - this one from 2013.

I wanted to use distinctly Japanese themed imagery - iconic symbols that immediately bring Japan to mind. The rising sun. Mount Fuji. The water is based on a traditional pattern used to represent water in many Japanese designs - from tapestry to pottery, etc. I was going for something simple and bold.

Second in a series of Save Japan Dolphins posters. This one from 2012.
Based on a reproduction of the famous “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” wood cut painting, without the boats or Mt Fuji in the background. The image is supposed to draw you in — to bring the viewer closer to view the dolphins leaping from the waves. Then your eyes fall on the website and you become intrigued… I tried to match the style of the dolphins to the Japanese wood cut art style, using simple lines and minimal detail.

Second in a series of Save Japan Dolphins posters. This one from 2012.

Based on a reproduction of the famous “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” wood cut painting, without the boats or Mt Fuji in the background.

The image is supposed to draw you in — to bring the viewer closer to view the dolphins leaping from the waves. Then your eyes fall on the website and you become intrigued…

I tried to match the style of the dolphins to the Japanese wood cut art style, using simple lines and minimal detail.

The first in a series of Save Japan Dolphins posters. This one from 2011.
Used multiple photo references and digitally painted. Picturesque Taiji harbor. I wanted to do an activism poster that did not drive people away with gruesome imagery. Instead, the beauty of the scene and color is supposed to draw people in, and then they read the message. (and optimally start researching more on their own)Inspired by the old travel posters of the 30s-40s.

The first in a series of Save Japan Dolphins posters. This one from 2011.

Used multiple photo references and digitally painted. Picturesque Taiji harbor.

I wanted to do an activism poster that did not drive people away with gruesome imagery. Instead, the beauty of the scene and color is supposed to draw people in, and then they read the message. (and optimally start researching more on their own)

Inspired by the old travel posters of the 30s-40s.