Established in 2002
ube urban – 宇部
My passion for art and design are apparent within in final outcome of work. I am alumni of CCAC or now CCa and worked within the design field for quite some time now. Now that I have a chance to break away from the computer I can devote my attention to projects that are more hands on – I work closely with clients – keep them within the loop of my process from start to finish. Meaning I send pictures of various stages of work, provide recommendations, and keep cost down. Knowing that I’m branching off into one of my artistic areas – my drive is based on my passion to heighten my personal growth.
Deriving from an industrial design background i am proud to implement design process with the art of painting. I began designing user interfaces for web-pages and small business then designed high-end Milano (European inspired) furniture for a sf based design firm. All my elements that I have learned from the past and the people that i have worked with challenge and inspire me for new painting styles.
ube urban (oo-bay)
joel mueller – ヨエル書
Being a professional photographer allows me to look into the lives of others through a lens. A graduate from the Art Academy in San Francisco and a professional in the field for more than 10 years, I strive to seek new inspirations and sharpen my technical skills. Deciding to be with an ambitious team like the Icecream Shop, created more doors to explore my personal passions and expand my portfolio as a photographer.
Capturing the depth of these paint schemes has heightened how I view the light balances, along with various depths of fields within the effects are that cross pollinated. These works are a truly a beauty; no matter how I capture these piece of art, nothing will ever beat seeing them in person.
blake bowers – ブレーク
I expres personality and ideas through my artwork using multiple mediums. I am an Illustrator, videographer, and a design student at California College of the Arts. My last few years have been spent studying film and design. My interest in design spawns from my love for both illustration and problem solving. Design provides me with the platform to use a two-dimensional art form as a means of creating things that are of use in the real world.
From an early age I was fascinated with illustration because it allowed me to communicate and project my Ideas through something as simple as the tip of a pen. Illustration allows people to see the world the way I see it: by taking something we all know and putting a spin on it that no one has seen before. In filming my goal is to always capture personalities with the camera and to project them in the final product using stylistic cutting and shots.
kiyotosun urban – 清人
Currently a Jr. Designer at the Icecream Shop – my ambitions are to assist Ube with concepts during consulting with clients. I started as a mascot, but thanks to my hard work, and passions for becoming a designer (like him), I had the opportunity for upward mobility. I’ve gone to The Dog School of Arts for a few years, and aquired my DFA within Graphic Design and a minor in Transportation Design – soon after i worked in a few design firms around San Francisco until i ended up at the Icecream Palace.
taylor schultz - 清人
I’ve been a professional motorcycle painter for most of my life now. Restoration improvement from cars to bicycles is the same all the way across. Creating a product that has the durability along with the aesthetics, is what is delivered here. I take pride in my expertise, experience, and apply it to Ube’s creativity and drive.
Experiences from working for body repair shops to owning my company expanded my creative interest leaving me striving for something new. The Icecream Shop was the answers to allowing my creativity go wild.
Driving customer service is valued; we stay in contact with you, as if you were right next door. We regularly update your personal album so you know what progress is being made, and seeing the overall process from start to finish.
We strive to deliver professional results that will make your bike look like it just rolled off the factory floor (or better).
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