Omar Dismuke II


Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.
- Pablo Picasso


Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.

-Pablo Picasso

Google sophophile and you’ll probably find a picture of him. Not really, but Omar Dismuke II is true a creative visionary and lover of information. Or in his words “I am simply an inner city kid with an enormously vivid imagination”.

Omar Dismuke II’s Story:

In 1985, at the tender age of 10 months, Omar’s life was forever altered. The untimely murder of his father Omar Dismuke, Sr., turned his family upside down. Not having the adequate way to express himself, Omar chose art as his form of communication. At the age of 4, he fell deeply in love with fine art and the mere idea of taking the images from inside his head into the physical space. Professionally, Omar is The Brand Architect.  With 15+ years of experience in graphic & computer aided design, branding, business development, he’s worked with a plethora of companies; small and large. Omar was initially introduced to functional design at Tuskegee University, where he studied and received a degree in architecture.

“I started my own music production company and design business in college because I had no choice. Some people around campus was looking for designers but no one could do it. I saw a need and provided a solution—Even though I’ve never designed before. There was an opportunity and I’ve always been used to figuring out the best way I could. The ones who had to survive growing up always make the best entrepreneurs, because they have the best solutions”

Omar’s said mission is to strategically produce an impactful visual story for every brand he handles. In today’s noisy marketplace, you need to stand out! So if you want boring, one dimensional results, you should stop reading now. But as one of his clients, expect to experience the perfect infusion of creativity, innovation, functionality and cool. In order to achieve the level of success your brand deserves, it needs to be designed to WIN. Not to mention, looking good in the process helps!