Designer Face Off featuring Paper Cut Artist Reina Takahashi & Facebook Art Director Shiu Pei Luu

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  • Aug 14, 2018
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Welcome to Designer Face Off, where we ask two designers to go head to head, asking one another burning questions about their shared passions for design, entrepreneurship, and all things creative. Facing off today are two WMC Fest family members, WMC Fest 2017 speaker alum paper cut Reina Takahashi and WMC: Off-The-Grid workshop leader and speaker Shiu Pei Luu. Reina and Shiu Pei Luu are friends, having worked together in the past at Facebook, so they were excited to face off against one another.

https://www.instagram.com/reinasaur/

Reina is a full-time freelance paper cut artist and illustrator living and working in San Francisco. Her clients have included Facebook, Lyft, Wired, Better Homes and Gardens, American Greetings, and more. Her Instagram are what dreams are made of.

https://www.instagram.com/meany_pie/

Shiu Pei Luu is an Art Director at Facebook, as well as a Civil Engineer turned illustrator and Creative Director/Co-Founder of the Beehive Society, a non-profit that fosters creativity through pop-up art shows and workshops facilitated throughout the bay area. Too, her Instagram is an amazing collection of the characters she creates. Go ahead and drool over that, but not before you watch these two chat.

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Go Media is a Cleveland based website design, graphic design and creative branding firm. We are also behind WMC Fest, the Arsenal, Mockup Everything and others. We foster creativity throughout Cleveland and the World. We are Weapons of Mass Creation.

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