Linda Huang is a New York City-based graphic designer specializing in book cover design. She first caught our eye with her beautiful paperback design of Charles Yu’s 2020 novel, Interior Chinatown, which we couldn’t stop noticing on display in local bookstores upon its release. We loved it. It was (admittedly) an unusual ask, but we reached out to Linda to see if she had any interest in designing food packaging for us. Fast forward a few short years and Linda’s lovely work is now featured proudly on the packaging of our first retail item, Mamahuhu frozen potstickers.
A Bay Area native, Casey is an accomplished contemporary artist working primarily as a painter, but also occasionally in media such as sculpture, graphic design and mural. His work is gorgeous, refined, intricate and always thought-provoking. Notably, Casey’s work can be found exhibited in many permanent collections such as the De Young Museum and at Stanford University. It can also be found adorning the walls of our Mill Valley restaurant. Casey is the creator of one of our favorite pieces of work: Chow Mane.
Ton is a San Francisco-based visual artist, illustrator and author originally from Hong Kong. Her signature world-building work, called FLABJACKS, depicts chubby little creatures rife with color and whimsy. Ton has held exhibitions across the world and worked with numerous big name brands across a variety of mediums. In recent years she has also published several illustrated books. Ton’s commissioned paintings for Mamahuhu can be found in our Noe Valley restaurant. They are guaranteed to make you smile.
Kristina Micotti is an illustrator and designer from the San Francisco Bay Area. Her style instantly puts a smile on your face. It’s colorful, playful, proud and bold. Her designs can often be spotted out in the wild in San Francisco, worn proudly on hats, tote bags, pins and the like. Kristina was the first local artist we worked with to commission paintings for our dining room, kicking off the idea of hanging two horses and two tigers in each of our restaurants. Her paintings now hang proudly in our Inner Richmond dining room and people still ask about them every day.