Over the years I’ve spent working, I’ve found that my designs have developed
an aesthetic that is easily adaptable and understood by any culture.
I consider graphic design as a bridge between aesthetics and utility and a
method of visual communication. I strive for my work to be unique designs
that can transcend boundaries of language and traditional culture.
I received my MFA in Graphic Design at The Maryland Institute College of Art.
Please visit my thesis website at supisa.com/seeingumtelling.
I’ve created various sets of picture fonts distributed by T.26 Digital Type Foundry.
Feel free to contact me about freelance or collaborations. I would love to hear from you.