Poster for PKN Cardiff Vol. 4

Poster for PKN Cardiff Vol. 4 Our day of posters continues (see our previous posts on Coimbra and Breda) with this one for the upcoming PechaKucha Night in Cardiff Vol. 4, to be held March 14 at Chapter -- you'll find the full list of presenters with links on the official event page. The poster was created by Tamsyn Gill, a 3rd year graphic design student (UWIC), and here's more from organizer Lou Cameron on how the design came about:

For this event we had a competition with the graphic design students and Tamsyn's design was chosen. Her theme used the play on words for PechaKucha. Tamsyn thought the title sounded like Peaches and Cwtches. Cwtches meaning cuddle or a hug in Welsh. We also have an ECO theme running through the event, so it kind of fits with the person hugging the world.

Flyer for PKN Cardiff Vol. 3

Another PechaKucha Night set for October 7, this time it's Cardiff's Vol. 3, which will be held at Chapter. The list of presenters with links appears on the official event page, but we also include in this post the names of the presentations. The flyer was designed by Adam Bourne of Brain Multi Media.


Poster for PKN Cardiff Vol. 2

Poster for PKN Cardiff Vol. 2

PechaKucha Night in Cardiff Vol. 2 may still be just over a month away (May 27), but it's never too early to start spreading the word, and so here's a look at the poster that was created for the event. The venue for PKN Cardiff Vol. 2 will again be Chapter.

A Look at PKN Cardiff Vol. 1

PechaKucha Night Vol. 1 in Cardiff was held just a few days ago, and already we get a nice round-up of the presentations that were part of the evening thanks to this post from designer Michael Johnson, who was also a presenter. Michael is truly a PKN veteran, having presented at three PKNs now, and attending at least four.

Poster for PKN Cardiff Vol. 1

The very first PechaKucha Night comes to Cardiff next week (March 25), to be held at Chapter. We hear from organizer Louisa Cameron that one of the presentations will even be done in 3-D! The poster for the event was designed by Esther Kirkpatrick of Orangutan Studio.