Community StoriesSeattle’s diverse communities up close
About Community Stories
Seattle is mosaic of cultures and diverse communities, with an endless supply of inspiring tales to share. Community Stories presents this rich tapestry -- the people, the neighborhoods, the communities, relevant issues, cultural traditions and rich histories that make each of us unique. Learn more about your neighbors on Community Stories.
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Known to most as Enfu, Seattle-based artist Ken Taya's work speaks to generations of Asian Americans. From the gritty exploration of his cultural identity to fatherhood to the evolution of his artistic style to kawaii or "cute" in Japanese, Community Stories examines the whimsical and cross-cultural relevance of Enfu's work, which has won him fans around the world. Known for a body of work that includes video-game design, printmaking, fashion and comic strips, Enfu's projects meld culture and coolness and are set to help illustrate Seattle's Japantown renaissance. Produced, directed, photographed and edited by Ian Devier.