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Qris Yamashita is a noted artist and graphic designer based in Los Angeles. She is a lifelong member of [[Senshin Buddhist Temple]] and [[Kinnara Taiko]]. Her artistic style is widely regarded as having created a visual identity for post-war SoCal Japanese American culture related to the Asian American movement. Her work was featured in the 2011 exhibit at the Japanese American National Museum titled ''Drawing the Line: Japanese American Art, Design & Activism in Post-War Los Angeles.''
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'''Qris Yamashita''' is a noted artist and graphic designer based in Los Angeles. She is a lifelong member of [[Senshin Buddhist Temple]] and [[Kinnara Taiko]]. Her artistic style is widely regarded as having created a visual identity for post-war SoCal Japanese American culture related to the Asian American movement. Her work was featured in the 2011 exhibit at the Japanese American National Museum titled ''Drawing the Line: Japanese American Art, Design & Activism in Post-War Los Angeles.''
  
A profile of her work in Discover Nikkei, [http://www.discovernikkei.org/en/nikkeialbum/albums/502/slide/?page=13 link].
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==External link==
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* [http://www.discovernikkei.org/en/nikkeialbum/albums/502/slide/?page=13 Discover Nikkei profile of Qris Yamashita]

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Qris Yamashita is a noted artist and graphic designer based in Los Angeles. She is a lifelong member of Senshin Buddhist Temple and Kinnara Taiko. Her artistic style is widely regarded as having created a visual identity for post-war SoCal Japanese American culture related to the Asian American movement. Her work was featured in the 2011 exhibit at the Japanese American National Museum titled Drawing the Line: Japanese American Art, Design & Activism in Post-War Los Angeles.

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