You thought they were "just" cones, but think again. Joachim Müller-Lancé was in Tokyo for Design Week for this presentation, but normally resides in San Francisco, where he runs Kame Design.
"Presentation of the Day" on November 8, 2013.
Dmitriy Glushenkov encourages all drivers and passengers to follow all traffic rules and treat them with more respect and responsibility. He relates his life to the road in three stages: an irresponsible driver to a pedestrian and then, lastly, a responsible driver. (in Russian)
Dr. Lisa Godson researches, writes about and lectures on design and material culture. Current publishing projects include the books Making 1916: material and visual culture of the Easter Rising (Liverpool University Press) and Secret Lives of Objects: stories of design from modern Dublin. She is research collaborator with artists Jesse Jones and Sarah Browne on the major Artangel/Create/Arts Council of Ireland 2016 project In the Shadow of the State.
"Feel it. Face it. Free it."
In "Why don't we talk about sex? Or…something about Italy." from PechaKucha Night Buffalo Vol. 15 scientist, biology professor and writer Gaia Bistulfi Amman speaks about honesty, sex, education, and growing up in Italy. Ammann expands on how she ended up being a successful novel-writing…scientist. An elaboration on happiness and how to bite back when life nibbles at your butt.
This was "PechaKucha if the Day" of Monday, March 7th, 2016.
Sue Lusted, workshop supervisor at Valley Sheltered Workshop, is committed to telling the world about the services the Workshop provides to the community and, more importantly, the positive affect it has on the employees with disabilities who work there.
Presenter Coelynn McIninch shares her creative process that elevates simple found objects into tiny narrative treasures.
"Every now and then, put aside your computer, your iPad... and explore the simplicity of a pencil on paper."
In 'The Secret Life of Pencils' at PechaKucha Night London Vol. 12, Alex Hammond tells the tales of this simple instrument - the pencil - and how it has given birth to numerous wonderful and wacky ideas, including those of PechaKucha founders and acclaimed architect's - Mark Dytham and Astrid Klein!!
We promise you after watching this PechaKucha talk, you will never look at the humble pencil quite the same again!
Hanna Mawbey shares her tales of life in a 9 piece ska band: from the logistics of fitting all the band members in a vehicle to releasing independent records and running with a fancy dress theme! Plus the more serious matter of fighting bigotry in whatever guise it takes.
Storyteller Nancy Hardcastle leads a happy life in Puerto Vallarta, that is until she ponders about children that endure sex trafficking.