Jerry Takigawa: Accelerating Time

by Richard Pitnick, Black & White Magazine, Fall Issue 2012 (#93) (Release date July 24, 2012) Copyright 2012 by Ross Periodicals, Inc. All rights reserved.

Time and the arc of memory are the central themes of Jerry Takigawa’s elegantly conceived and executed “Landscapes of Presence” portfolio. Working with a range of elemental natural objects and…

“Living Plastic-Free” Talk and “False Food” Photo Exhibition at Carl Cherry Center for the Arts

On June 22 at 7 pm, in the Carl Cherry Center Theater, artist Jerry Takigawa will introduce Monterey Bay Aquarium climate change interpretive specialist Sarah-Mae Nelson. Nelson will share simple choices we can all make to reduce single-use plastic from our lives and help heal the oceans.

This talk is presented in conjunction with False…

Jerry Takigawa photograph to be featured in Santa Barbara Museum of Art exhibition

SBMA exhibition Portrayal/Betrayal, on view from June 2 – September 16, 2012, will explore the endlessly interesting terrain of the portrait. The exhibition will include over 100 photographs from the museum’s permanent collection “that reveal an infinite range of human complexities and contradictory states of heart and mind.” Organized into nine distinct groups, each…

Many Hats and EngineeringThe Future

Takigawa Design wins two gold awards in international creative competition

The Summit Creative Award competition celebrates the accomplishments of small and medium-sized advertising agencies and other creative groups throughout the world with annual billings under $30 million. Entries for this year’s competition came from 22 countries and were judged by 16 creative professionals from 8 countries.

Engineering the Future,” a book we produced for…


Transcendental Vision Exhibit to Open at The Independent

Opening Reception: Friday, January 27, 5 – 8:00 pm
The Independent, 600 Ortiz, Sand City, CA
Exhibit runs January 27 through February 26
How has Japanese culture influenced Western thinking and, specifically, contemporary art? Transcendental Vision, Japanese Culture and Contemporary Art addresses this question through the work of 12 contemporary artists curated by Gail Enns.

Sharron Antholt
Rob Barnard


Happy 2012

Here’s to the new year.
Regardless of what the Mayans had in mind for 2012, taking time to pause and reflect on our trajectory is always beneficial. We are continuing on a path of working with clients who embrace the future as an opportunity for transformation and innovation, realizing that what we do to the…