Sake One Design

Sake One Design

Featured Artist at Upcoming February 15th Party

Featured Artist at Upcoming
February 15th Party


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Bio

Graffiti artists are making their way indoors. Their works are being seen as an expressive style point that is engaging, elicit, and full of depth. From the streets to everyday lives our STUDIO is excited to support and be part of this movement!

Sake, the last in a long list of nom de plumes, with his stylized lettering and characters inspired hundreds of kids across San Diego County to pick up the spray can as a medium to create art. Sake's reputation as a serious artist grew out of respect for his technical skill, creating his first portrait with spray paint in 1986.

Graffiti Influencer

Graffiti artists are making their way indoors. Their works are being seen as an expressive style point that is engaging, elicit, and full of depth. From the streets to everyday lives our STUDIO is excited to support and be part of this movement!

Sake, the last in a long list of nom de plumes, with his stylized lettering and characters inspired hundreds of kids across San Diego County to pick up the spray can as a medium to create art. Sake's reputation as a serious artist grew out of respect for his technical skill, creating his first portrait with spray paint in 1986.  

Graffiti artists are making their way indoors. Their works are being seen as an expressive style point that is engaging, elicit, and full of depth. From the streets to everyday lives our STUDIO is excited to support and be part of this movement!

Sake, the last in a long list of nom de plumes, with his stylized lettering and characters inspired hundreds of kids across San Diego County to pick up the spray can as a medium to create art. Sake's reputation as a serious artist grew out of respect for his technical skill, creating his first portrait with spray paint in 1986.  

Awards

 

In 1991, he won two EMMY awards for his spray paint work for Fox network. Since then, Sake has also been a featured artist on national and local television and news segments, published in various art magazines both in the US and abroad, contributed to and filmed in documentaries and interviewed and read in a variety of periodicals and works including the book, ‘The History of American Graffiti’.

 

Awards

Awards

 

In 1991, he won two EMMY awards for his spray paint work for Fox network. Since then, Sake has also been a featured artist on national and local television and news segments, published in various art magazines both in the US and abroad, contributed to and filmed in documentaries and interviewed and read in a variety of periodicals and works including the book, ‘The History of American Graffiti’.

 

Awards

Awards

 

In 1991, he won two EMMY awards for his spray paint work for Fox network. Since then, Sake has also been a featured artist on national and local television and news segments, published in various art magazines both in the US and abroad, contributed to and filmed in documentaries and interviewed and read in a variety of periodicals and works including the book, ‘The History of American Graffiti’.