Tamiko Chase Design

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My name is Tamiko Chase (she/they). I am a mixed-race Japanese-Canadian designer from Winnipeg, MB; Treaty 1 Territory.

I design both digitally and physically - I also work with installation and illustration. Playful investigation and a considerate approach to research are key components to my practice. I like to work closely with clients to create exciting and uncompromising visual identities and products.

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The Liminality Project

Liminality, as explored in this collection of zines, is the ability to flow between modes of existence, particularly as a part of the BIPOC and mixed BIPOC experience.

This feeling of belonging-to-many or belonging-to-none can be alienating, disorienting, and difficult to navigate. This collection of zines breaks down two of the contributing factors to one’s liminality - language and body - in an attempt to provide insight to those who are unaware of the feeling of a liminal existence, and to provoke introspection to those who know it all too well.

2020 - BFA Design Honours Term I Thesis Project