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Ajanee Limada was born and raised in Long Beach, CA with family in Trinidad, and currently attends San Diego State University. She is a former krump dancer and current San Diego State University K.O. Hip Hop team captain. This photoshoot encompasses her passion for dance and one of her main aspirations in life is not to empower women or men but it is to inspire people men and women alike to empower and love themselves. Ajanee is an amazing person and Jenny and I look forward to seeing what she does in the future. This shoot was done in San Diego at the Salk Institute for science research, as well as Torrey Pines State beach. We wanted to encompass the mood of the passing of the new moon this past weekend by incorporating cool and warm colors that express the Earth and the night and their importance to the human being.

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About Us

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Jessi and I are identical twins who are always sharing the passion of art and fashion through our collaborative work.  Being baristas and artists, we fill a lot of our time getting wired and planning our next projects. Being raised in Southern California we derive a lot of our inspiration from the beach culture, and fashion both vintage and modern. There is never a dull moment with us and our art reflects our vivid image on art and fashion through painting, design, photography, graphic design, and photography. We are best friends, collaborative artists, and roommates that are always looking around the corner for the next most intriguing piece of art to begin.

PV Surf Shed Mural

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Mural on the Palos Verdes High School Art Department Surf Board shaping shed. Jenny painted this mural in 2012, based on a commission by ceramics and surf board shaping teacher Mr. Pinkleman. This design was picked based off a longboard skateboard Jenny painted that was used as the inspiration for the mural.  During this year she created a portfolio of 24 pieces 12 being based on a surrealism ocean theme, in which she used this mural as her final piece. This mural took around 3 months, painting during the weekends and after school.  This was one of her favorite projects she has done, and the mural is still up in Palos Verdes housing the current surfboard shapers.