FEBRUARY 19, 2013
As we've mentioned, for tomorrow's Vol. 100 we'll have a few PKN city organizers taking part -- this giant great network of ours was made possible through them, of course -- and that includes Nara organizer Hiro Nakanishi.
JUNE 08, 2012
Robots for All, the Art of Communication, and Bahraini Visuals
The poster is designed by Bahraini designer Muna Yateem, who recently launched her brand HARAKA (a common word used by Bahrainis which means to wear or do something with swagger). The idea behind the poster is making fun of Bahrainis and their reaction when they hear and pronounce PechaKucha, some find it very difficult and its even funnier when elder people try to say PechaKucha. The great thing about this parody is the fact that PechaKucha has an audience from all age groups and the word itself makes it "special" in Bahrain.And although not a poster, here's a look at the new logo for PKN Seoul -- the series has been on hiatus for quite a few years now, but is about to relaunch this summer. Photos We've got another fresh batch of photo galleries from around the web, and if you missed the live streaming of the recent PKN Edmonton Vol. 13, you can still watch the video here, courtesy of the Edmonton Journal. Above, the scene at PKN Nara Vol. 2.
- PKN Champaign-Urbana Vol. 9 [Facebook]
- PKN Nara Vol. 2 [Facebook]
- PKN Ekaterinburg Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 [Flickr]
- "PechaKucha to unite ideas, stories, performances" [Toledo Free Press]
- "Quick fire questions: Chris Brown (Vol 5, April 2012)" -- part of series of quick interviews on PKN Birmingham's site with its Vol. 5 presenters