Chinatown in downtown Honolulu is a very historic area of Oahu. The area continues to grow, as more and more unique businesses come to the area. Silhouette, a boutique creative agency, is announcing the opening of its first design studio in Honolulu’s historic Chinatown neighborhood.
Their tag line pretty much states exactly what they do and how they operate. You can tell simply by reading it:
“Creating Movements, Evoking Passion, Inspiring Change.”
The following is the rest of the press release that they sent out.
Rooted in the elegance of simplicity, Silhouette solves business challenges through design strategy. In just one short year, Silhouette has had the privilege to work with Honolulu Furniture Company, Banzai Sushi Bar, Stand Up Eight, Ukulele Hale, Aina Imagery, Big Island Jewelers, and La Muse to name just a few.
Founder and Creative Director, Chance Carpenter has been making a name for himself in Hawaii’s design community. “Not only is Chance Carpenter an extraordinarily talented creative director, but his passion for achieving excellence is truly impressive. Conceptually creative and strategically minded, Chance has the skill and experience to take a concept and execute it with fine craftsmanship and attention to detail. Service with style, grace and aloha!” says Jody Kamisato, owner of Ukulele Hale.
Born and raised in Kailua-Kona, Carpenter strives to collaborate with Hawaii businesses that prioritize and value quality craftsmanship and are in need of a definitive voice in a competitive landscape. Driven by the mantra of developing objects of permanent value and challenging conformity, Silhouette works with ambitious leaders looking to invent the future by reinventing their competitive landscape. Esoteric in nature, Silhouette choreographs timeless sophistication with an elegant modern aesthetic.
As always, anytime we cover something we encourage our readers to check the place out. Take some time and check out everything that is going on down at Silhouette.
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