True art cross-pollinates. It sees its branches freely weaving in, through, and out of each other.

Born in Hawaii, S. Neil Fujita was a prolific graphic artist who designed unique, distinctive album covers and book jackets that you may very well have seen before. His artistry can be seen on the album covers of greats like Miles Davis’s ‘Round About Midnight, Charles Mingus’s Mingus Ah Um, the Dave Brubeck Quartet’s Time Out and Dick Hyman and His Orchestra’s Provocative Piano, as well as novels by Truman Capote and Mario Puzo. The artwork looked like so many murals on downtown towers that became so internationally prevalent in 1970s architecture.