Tsutomu Nakai's 2nd album “Ola”, has been nominated as a finalist for the graphics award in the adjudicated category for the Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards....Read More
Professor Lee and his students from the University of Hawaii’s graphic design program came to tour our studio. ...Read More
Eight members of the Shizuoka Prefecture's Atami City Hall, Tourism Association, and Ryokan Association visited Clarence Lee Design to learn about the 111-HAWAII Project....Read More
Students from Hamamatsu Middle School (a division of Shizuoka University in Shizuoka, Japan) came to visit Clarence Lee Design as part of their hands-on learning experience in Hawaii....Read More
Clarence Lee Design Won 2 Awards Including the Best of the Category “Pele Gold” at the 2018 Pele Awards!
Clarence Lee Design was selected as a finalist in two categories and received two prizes: the best prize in the category “PELE GOLD” and “SILVER”....Read More
Clarence Lee Design won awards of excellence for 3 works: print collateral for the 2015 Hawaii 5-O Awards Show, packaging design for Sun Noodle (Noodle & Soup), and environmental design for HISLEA (Aloha Desk)....Read More
The 111-HAWAII AWARD (One-One-One Hawaii Award) is an organization operated by the Hawaii nonprofit association JHTA (Japan Hawaii Travel Association) and 5 companies from Hawaii and Japan: Hawaii Hochi, Clarence Lee Design...Read More
Does Hawaii also need regional revitalization? Bringing together various hidden local products with a single unified branding.
An officially endorsed project by Hawaii Tourism Japan – “111-HAWAII PROJECT” – which is operated by Clarence Lee Design, made a concept video called “Does Hawaii also need regional revitalization? Bringing together various hidden local products with a single unified branding.” and it has launched...Read More
Made in Hawaii TV, a Hawaii informational program in Japanese, which is broadcast at more than 100 hotels in Hawaii, introduced the 111-Hawaii Project as a case study for contribution activities....Read More
On May 26th, International Tourism & Business students from Yasuda Women’s University at Hiroshima, Japan, who are now studying abroad ...Read More