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Chad Hasegawa
San Francisco, California
Arriving in San Francisco in 2000, Hasegawa has since called the city home, with his studio still surviving the rapid gentrification of the Mission District, allowing him to continue to create work and maintain a community and a family. Leaving the wonderful rat race that is commercial advertising a handful of years ago to pursue a career as a full-time artist, Hasegawa has sort of beat the odds so far.

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Chad Hasegawa
Rayne - Teal Edition
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Rayne - Brown Edition
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Rayne - Yellow Edition
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Rayne - Blue Edition
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Rayne - Red Edition
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Chad Hasegawa
Rayne - Teal Edition
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This product is sold out with very little chance of returning in an archive sale.
Chad Hasegawa
Rayne - Brown Edition
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This product is sold out with very little chance of returning in an archive sale.
Chad Hasegawa
Rayne - Yellow Edition
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This product is sold out with very little chance of returning in an archive sale.
Chad Hasegawa
Rayne - Blue Edition
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This product is sold out with very little chance of returning in an archive sale.
Chad Hasegawa
Rayne - Red Edition
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Artist Bio
Arriving in San Francisco in 2000, Hasegawa has since called the city home, with his studio still surviving the rapid gentrification of the Mission District, allowing him to continue to create work and maintain a community and a family. Leaving the wonderful rat race that is commercial advertising a handful of years ago to pursue a career as a full-time artist, Hasegawa has sort of beat the odds so far.

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