Tamiko Chase Design

Hi there!
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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Graffiti Art Programming

As part of my work as a Visual Art Instructor with Graffiti Art Programming, I currently work to complete weekly self-directed planning and preparation for youth art workshops.

As part of my work with GAP as a content creator, I help to manage the Graffiti Art Programming and Studio 393 Instagram accounts. I also create other designed works for the Gallery such as posters, pamphlets, and logos.

2022 - Graffiti Art Programming


GORGE is a virtual queer arts & drag festival put on by Winnipeg's Synonym Art Consultation and Sunshine House. I was approached to create the logo and graphic identity for the festival.

Project scope included logo design, social media assets, animations, text graphics and assets for video.

2021 - Synonym Art Consultation

Siblings Matter Too

A logo design for a research program aimed at educating people on the effects of sibling relationships in the lives of youth affected by challenging life circumstances.

The project also included developing informational posters that creatively displayed research findings.

2021 - University of Manitoba Rady Faculty of Health Sciences

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


Logo and website design for a proposed podcast project with the Department of National Defence.

Hotwash, as a podcast, would be a platform for RCAF Officers to discuss their experience with leadership within the Air Force and other personal stories and experiences. The logo design evokes the image of a Military Patch and includes a stylized Hercules airplane and vintage microphone.

2020 - Royal Canadian Air Force