In Finding the Willingness to be Lost Again from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 138, Illustrator Justine Wong goes into depth on her project "21 Days in Japan: An Illustrative Study of Japanese Cuisine". The project was created to inspire a willingness to be lost in the surroundings of our every day.
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BY AMANDA CLARK
@ VOL 1
ON MAY 09, 2013
Amanda Clark uses her own artwork, in the form of painting, collage, and spoken word, to look at the problems facing the world today. She looks at how humans mistreat each other and take advantage of our resources, but also explains how to remain optimistic, and where positive change can be found in the world.
How I Get There: Nonsensical Comics about my Days in Japan
BY DAVID ROBERT
@ VOL 110
ON JAN 22, 2014
Illustrator David Robert came to Japan to buy some special pens for his illustration work, and ended up staying permanently. The story that got him there, on the other hand, is a lot more complex than that. David speaks on the unique influence of Japanese, French, and American comic-book culture that has made him who he is today.
Bob Oller is skilled in many media. For this PechaKucha he shares a wonderful collection of artwork he has created using a vector based illustration program, yielding results that appear anything but digital. Bob explains the great control in both linework and color achieved from this method, but the real beauty comes from the skill of the artist's hand in this collection.
Finding Myself Through Kite Boarding
BY CHRIS STUCKEY
@ VOL 17
ON MAY 13, 2015
Chris Stuckey came to New Orleans in 2002 as a social person, but found himself still a bit lost and discovered kite boarding. Stuckey has traveled the country, building his skills and connecting with likeminded people in the process. He shares with us how his passion for kite boarding pushed boundaries of his abilities and help him grow personally to create balance.
Reckless By Nature - Finding the Flow
BY BRENT E. HOUZENGA
@ VOL 18
ON OCT 22, 2015
Brent Houzenga is a New Orleans-based painter and musician who could be the epitome of reckless youth growing in Fulton, IL and being told he can be whatever he wanted. Today new father, Brent’s projects consists of painting of dead people. He shares with us his idea of finding and achieving flow in his work and life.
A fantastical illustration for Japan House London
BY NATSKO SEKI
@ VOL 17
ON MAY 22, 2017
In this extra special PechaKucha given to announce the location and concept of Japan House London on 22 May 2017, Natsko Seki wows the audience with the delightful details of her artist’s interpretation of what Japan House could bring to London.
Natsko's art work gives an imaginative insight into what visitors may be able to experience at Japan House London.