CRISTIANO KANA: The 1980s was one of the most productive in cultural terms, as it allowed the egress of discredited young people, who spent much of their time on the streets skating, graffiti, to also have contact with the universe of Fanzines and Lambe-Lambe, from garage music and the productions of Posters and Stickers.
In this creative scenario, in which several talents appeared that would come to represent Brazil very well in the international scene, whether in sport or in art, Cristiano Enokawa, also known as “Kana“, grew up.
In 1995, Cristiano inaugurated FULLHOUSE, whose main activity was to give vent to the growing national skate market by producing silks for shapes in excellent quality screen printing at a competitive cost. Drawings by artists that would emerge in the following decade passed through his hands, following the example of Speto, Tinho, Binho, Billy, Zezão, Hornest and Herbert Baglione.
With the tireless search for new silkscreen application techniques, it didn't take long for FULLHOUSE to change its look, as Cristiano transformed a space that was restricted to business activity into something less intimidating and that would be an extension of his home, giving himself differentiated service to ordinary customers who seek to reproduce their art in good quality on paper, canvas or wood, regardless of quantity.
Cristiano Kana has know-how in artisanal reproduction techniques with a curriculum where important names like Jeremy Fish, Sesper, Flip, Walter Nomura Tinho, Speto, Herbert Baglione, Nunca, Vitché, Titi Freak, Flávio Samelo, Zezão, Stephan, Billy Argel, Hornest, among many others, have already had their works reproduced. The serigraphy works developed in his studio were present in some of the best Galleries in São Paulo, which allowed the young collector to have contact with the artist he has identification with.
ALEXANDRE ENOKAWA: was born in São Paulo in 1973, the result of a Brazilian mother and Japanese immigrant, brother of Cristiano and Paulo Enokawa, started his research in the art of silkscreen in 1992, in the city of AIKAWA, KANAGAWA-KEN JAPAN.
At the invitation of Brother Cristiano Kana, he returns to Brazil and starts working at a company that would become a reference in high-quality silkscreen printing, FULLHOUSE.
In 2003, limited edition prints, numbered and signed by leading artists in urban art, started in partnership with Baixo Ribeiro, where, over the years, they have gained recognition in Brazil and in the world.