Born and raised in Honolulu Dennis Fujitake is a product of the Hawaii public school system as well as the University of Hawaii. Dennis works as a freelance illustrator and is responsible for the “Gecko Sushi” designs for Crazy Shirts. He has also worked in comic book, newspaper, greeting card and magazine illustration. He enjoys watching martial arts movies and Korean television dramas, playing basketball and sampling new gecko recipes. He shed his dinosaur status when he bought his first Macintosh computer and learned how to use Photoshop. Most recently he built his own "Hackintosh" computer from scratch while somehow managing not to kill himself in the process.
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