Lone Fishie

Save the Humans

Because mercury pollution has entered the food chain, eating too much of certain kinds of fish can be hazardous to your health. Taking a cue from our friends at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, whose Seafood Watch program helps us make ocean-friendly seafood choices, we have created a tool to help you make human-friendly choices…


New Photography Series – False Food Exhibit & Catalog

Jerry Takigawa’s new fine art photography series, False Food, will open at the Healdsburg Center for the Arts on September 10, 2011. The Center’s annual Red Dot show will feature mixed media by Allegra Burke and ceramic sculpture by Charlene Doiron Reinhart in addition to Jerry Takigawa’s photography. A catalog, published to accompany the…

False Food

Soaring above the Pacific Ocean, the albatross is scanning below for her next opportunity to feed. With promising prey in sight, she dives and breaks the ocean’s surface only to acquire a fraudulent meal of discarded plastic. When repeated, this scenario becomes a deadly feast, for the excessive abundance of plastic waste is ‘false…

Communication Arts

Judge Jerry – Best Photography of the Year

Communications Arts’ Photography Annual 52 is on newsstands now! Jerry Takigawa was honored to serve as a judge for this year’s competition along with Leslie dela Vega, Mimi Haddon, Robert Krivicich, and Steve Mitchell.

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Act Accordingly

“Act Accordingly” wins gold in international competition.

As part of an ongoing series of environmental advocacy promotions from our office, we created the “Act Accordingly” poster as a statement about the fertility and fragility of our home. We are proud to announce that this poster won a 2011 gold Summit Creative Award. It is an honor to be recognized by the…

Always Imagining Better

At Takigawa Design, “Always Imagining Better” is at the heart of what we do. It’s in our DNA to advance everything we touch, be it the environment or your brand. Our intuitive approach to design yields original insights that result in authentic connections with your audience. Everyone benefits.

When I was in high…