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To my dear audience, I know that this website has been not updated in a while and I sincerely apologize. I am here to announce that certain parts and graphics on this website may look "broken" or "out of place", but rest assured there are good reasons for that, as I am slowly but surely moving to re-design "Dream Infinity" as a whole from the ground up. Everything is being re-invented, new establishment of brand identity and design is being re-imagined. I have been working on a new version of this site for quite sometime, but there has been several set backs due to commercial projects taking up almost all of my working time. But please note that this website is far from dead and a lot of new changes are planned. Although I cannot promise any date in regards to when these changes will surface, you will start seeing additions of new content (primarily tutorial posts!) being added here slowly and I invite you to read them in advance before the new re-structuring takes place. In addition to content changes being made here, I invite you to always check up on my official Facebook page for up to date information on what I am up to, newest work, and the new design. I am excited to present the new changes to the world and I whole heartedly thank you for your patience.

- Chris Takakura

Days with my Grandmother

Date March 29, 2010 | Published by |

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So I opened up the working file for “Hana” last night. The design and concept has significantly matured from my first version of the e-book and I am trying to work on it as much as I can outside of client projects. I decided to see if there was any art work or websites that constituted something along the lines of death and dedication to someone who died. I always want to see if other people out there try to do what I do which lead me to a website called “Days with my Father”.

This is an excellent website that moved me, made me tingle and inspired all at once. I found myself holding back a tear or two while reading and looking at such beautiful composition of text and photography. One of the best and inspirational sites I have found in a while. Check it out here:

http://www.dayswithmyfather.com/

The Hana book was promised in Q1 of 2010 I know, but as usual, I want to release nothing but the best so I am going to take a bit more time on it. This is the final chapter of my prolonged communication subject about death and my days with my grandmother who has practically raised me since birth. I appreciate your patience.

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