Art & Design

About Davi Cheng


About Davi Cheng

Davi ChengI discovered my passion for art at age three when an art-teacher friend of my parents gave me a piece of paper and a box of crayons. Together we created my first Christmas card—a drawing of a candle. Thus began a lifelong journey of creativity, I have yet to let go of the crayons.

Born in Hong Kong, Davi immigrated to the United Stated with her family when she was fourteen. Following the wishes of her parents and her family's professional tradition, Davi obtained a B.A. in Biological Sciences from U.C. Berkeley with the intention of pursuing a career in the medical field. But soon, rather than studying science and taking field notes, Davi found herself absorbed in making detailed sketches and drawings of wildlife; and the best grades that she earned throughout her school years were in art classes.

After graduating and working in business for a few years, Davi followed her heart and went back to school to study computer graphic design. Davi now works full time as an In-House Creative for a corporation and runs a busy graphic design studio in Los Angeles, fulfilling her lifelong passion of working in a creative field and making beautiful things that enhance our world and the ways that people communicate.

She enjoys combining traditional methods of drawing and painting by hand with advanced digital design techniques. Davi's works encompass a wide range experience. She has worked as a marketing graphic designer for corporations such as Yahoo Inc. and medical research laboratories, non-profit organizations such as Synagogues, and Educational, Research and Development agencies; T-shirts and clothing manufacturer.

Davi has created customized logos, marketing and advertising materials for small businesses, digital graphics and book graphics for individual, including Janine Warner, ( author of Dreamweaver for Dummies books. She also has a public art installation—Davi has designed, fabricated and installed 12 panes of 30x40 stained glass window at a synagogue.

Davi's art work reflects the diverse aspects of her life and the unique perspective it has given her. In addition to her rich Chinese heritage, Davi has embraced Judaism and is actively involved with her synagogue, Beth Chayim Chadashim ( and her international multicultural Jewish community through Bechol Lashon (