What is language? What is home? Laura Bucci explores her surroundings and her culture to ultimately understand herself, her language, her culture, and to inspire her art.
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In "Sketchbooks" from PechaKucha Night Cambridge Vol.6, a graphic designer Richard Slade tells us about his love of drawing and how at the age of 11, with a gift of a sketchpad and pencils started his first sketchbook. Three decades later he has a collection of 52 sketchbooks that chart the course of his education, career and personal life.
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“When I was 14, this is when it all started…1989.”
In "Sketchbooks", from PechaKucha Night St.Neots Vol.7, Graphic designer Richard Slade shares us about his love of drawing and how at the age of 11, with a gift of a sketchpad and pencils started his first sketchbook. Three decades later he has a collection of 52 sketchbooks that chart the course of his education, career and personal life.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016.