September 7, 2020


  1. What is your name / organization / title?


  2. What motivated you to become a maker?

    It's fun sharing things you make and just being able to hold something you created is a cool feeling.

  3. Looking back on the early stages of your journey, what advice would you give yourself now?

    Work on your skills and make things you love more than focusing on having a variety of merch.

  4. What is your favorite thing you’ve ever made? Why?

    "I'll fuck you up" sticker of Isabelle from animal crossing.

  5. What’s the next evolution for you (or your industry) going to look like?

    Figuring out how to prosper during a pandemic

  6. Who would you partner with (living or dead) for your dream collaboration? And what would you work on together?

    Can't think of anyone

  7. You're on death row and it's time for your final meal. What'll ya have?

    Taco bell so i can shit myself when they electrocute me on the chair they'll have to clean my mess. Oh and a baja blast.

  8. In a world where you have two hands, all of your pets and loved ones are safe, and your studio is on fire, what do you try to save?

    My sketchbooks

  9. What is one piece of pop culture (movie, tv, artwork, song, etc.) that no matter how many times you return to it you still draw excitement, movement, or inspiration?

    Star Wars

  10. I love useless facts. Impress me with a seriously useless fact!

    Hot cheetos were invented by a janitor. God bless him.

  11. If you could try any profession other than your own, what would you choose to do?

    Something quiet like a librarian or a secretary.

  12. What is your personal strategy/philosophy when it comes to using social media for your work?

    Pretty important to have an online presence to build your brand and find a following but also time and soul sucking. Balance is key.

  13. Speaking of social media, where can people find you?

    @ramenanaa on ig

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