About the Author

Tasheka75
BlacVoice Graphic Design Studio
Tasheka75
Blurbarian Since May 2008
Business Name BlacVoice Graphic Design Studio
Business Web Site http://www.blacvoice.typepad.com
Location Los Angeles
Business Phone Number 661.600.4845
About My Business I am a graphic designer that specializes in book design, marketing and promotional printed materials, image-making, (which includes photo-manipulation, illustration, collage, etc.) and photography. I will help you create a book that is unique, unlike any other book that you've ever seen before. If you like things that are different and out-of-the ordinary then contact Blacvoice Graphic Design for your next book project.

MFA in Graphic Design from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts)
B.A. in English/Writing with a minor in Graphic Design from Loyola University New Orleans

I CAN DESIGN ANY TYPE OF BOOK YOU NEED:

Business/Marketing/Annual Reports
Art Books
Children's Books
Cookbooks
Photo Books
Poetry Books
Portfolios
Wedding Books


Areas of Expertise My area of expertise is in typography, image-making, book design and photo-retouching and manipulation. I have designed nine books and three magazines. My work has appeared in several shows and exhibitions including: "Joie ViveJoie de Vivre: A Meditation of New Orleans, Katrina & the US,"-Chicago, 07, "Boomerang,"-New Orleans, 07

I am also highly interested in creating a visual narrative, through layout and design to communicate your ideas and content in the most interesting manner.

Professional Affiliations American Institute of Graphic Artists
Counterspace Design
The Office of Green Dragon
Stripe L.A.
California Institute of the Arts (CalArts)

Things I Don't Mind The World Knowing

Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...
My next book will be my experience of hurricane Katrina, which will include photographs that I took of the aftermath.
Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...
Toni Morrison
Alice Walker
Martin Venezky
Emory Douglas
Push Pin Graphics
Danitcat Edwidge
This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)
The Farming of Bones