For Yana, it all started when his dad gave him full permission to draw freely on the wall. Since then, his interest in drawing began to grow and it became a big part of his childhood. Throughout his high school years, his interest gradually shifted into graphic design. The thoughts of pursuing a career as a designer became imminent, but he chose to pursue architecture instead, as its thin line between art and technical knowledge became his ‘safe choice’. Although he enjoyed his time studying architecture, it became very clear that graphic design is what he really wanted to do. After years of hesitation, he finally decided to become a designer. Now, he’s back to square one to do his part in Nusae.