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A Cartoonist in Chattanooga
BY CLAY BENNETT
@ VOL 10
ON APR 16, 2012
Clay Bennett is a political cartoonist who left Alabama for Massachusetts, only to find himself returning to his Southern roots by way of a move to Tennessee, and more specifically, Chattanooga. He tells his story in his presentation, highlighting each part with a selection of his cartoons. (in English)
A Cartoonist's Life
BY HUGH MACLEOD
@ VOL 20
ON DEC 01, 2012
Cartoonist Hugh Macleod talks about the process of becoming a visual artist, and how cultivating an online presence can benefit aspiring artists. He talks about the evolution of his career, from his beginning, drawing on business cards in the West Willage of New York, to his current website and newsletter.
BY ELLIOTT ASBELL
@ VOL 4
ON MAR 09, 2013
Elliott Asbell makes the case that art that is relevant to your current events and interests produces better work for it. He also makes the case that it can be wise to keep your art, even your early stuff. Elliott shows us how his early style, from 12 years old, has refined over the years. Plus he has fun doing it.
Imagination in Animation
BY ALMOG MIZRAHI
@ VOL 117
ON SEP 24, 2014
Animation professor Almog Mizrahi, expresses himself through animation, and understands what goes into the cartoons that we see. He tries to push and challenge his students, and artists alike, to make from their imagination, and not what has already been made.
Filtered Through the Red Scull Cap
BY MARC WAGNER
@ VOL 13
ON MAR 06, 2015
Raised on a healthy diet of cartoons and comic books, Marc Wagner’s playful drawings are deceivingly innocent. These bright colors tend to tell some dark stories. Marc’s current work addresses the subconscious mind, sometimes his own, by working quickly and watching to see what happens. He also addresses our culture’s bombardment of images, and the popular characters that have become cultural icons. Most of Marc’s images are marker & pen, but he will occasionally use his printmaking background for different imagery.
Marc attended South Dakota State University, where he received a degree in Graphic Design. During his time at SDSU, he also pursued his interests in studio arts. Particularly, drawing and printmaking. After graduating in 2013, he moved to back to Sioux Falls with his wife and their dogs. In addition to his job at Dakota Lettering, Marc stays busy freelancing as an illustrator.
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PKN Gothenburg Vol. 14
It's good thing PechaKucha Night in Gothenburg organizer Jesper Larsson recently upgraded to a larger venue for that city's PKNs, since Vol. 14 packed in another 500 happy attendees. Jesper had this to say: I was really excited about this one. A truly inspiring event... Around 500 people attended the latest PechaKucha Night in Gothenburg, once again arranged at Park Lane. A dynamic group of speakers presented everything from African click songs and the meaning of life to extreme martial arts and cartoons on stage. It was PechaKucha at its best! The presentations were followed by DJ Naomi Paradise. Speakers: Plastic collector Jonas Olsson, cartoonist Anders Johansson, artist Henrik Vallgren presented the action park "Bygget," Jerry Boman & Anna Flytström from The Tram Sessions, multi-talented Laurie Rosenwald, Rikard Jönsson from Spotify/PechaKucha Malmö, photographer Rune Guneriussen from Oslo, Thomas Brühl from Visit Sweden, African artist Floid Gumbo, Gustaf Josefsson spoke about the meaning of life, and Andreas Bruzelius from Fighter Magazine spoke about martial arts. Below, a few photos from PKN Gothenburg Vol. 14 taken by Albin Oskarsson. Vol. 15 is scheduled for August 12.
A Political Cartoonist Returns to His Roots, A Group of Painters, and Amsterdam's Modern Canopy
Presentations Clay Bennett is a political cartoonist who left Alabama for Massachusetts, only to find himself returning to his Southern roots by way of a move to Tennessee, and more specifically, Chattanooga. He tells his story in his presentation (from PKN Chattanooga Vol. 10), highlighting each part with with a selection of his cartoons. Eva Štybrava is the founder of a group of painters called the Saint Thomas Five. Her presentation (in Czech, from PKN Plzen Vol. 1) offers up a selection of their works, as well as revealing their process. Posters We have three new posters on the Tumblr blog today, starting with the one you see above, for this month's PKN Bratislava Vol. 20. You'll also find the posters for PKN Wellington Vol. 15 and PKN Bangor, Maine Vol. 6. Photos and event news Here's a photo gallery [Facebook] for the recent PKN Moscow Vol. 21 -- above, a few shots that give a peek at what the event, held outdoors, looked like. Next week (on September 13), PKN Amsterdam will be hosting a special event at the Stedelijk Museum, under the canopy of the new building, as pictured below. You'll find more details, as well as the full list of presenters with links, on the official event page. Calendar Here's what you'll find on the agenda for tonight (September 4): PKN Chicago Vol. 23, PKN Williamsburg Vol. 2, and PKN Cap Town Vol. 20. Tomorrow, we have PKN Roanoke Vol. 3 and PKN Trnava Vol. 5.
PKN Knoxville #13 Poster
We are lucky that Rob Laliberte of WDWRK | small wares co. was willing to share his graphic talents to promote the 13th Pecha Kucha event in Knoxville. A word from the artist below. ***************************** The idea was to design something visually striking using the literal meaning of PechaKucha "chit chat". It is about placing you in the conversation of someone expressing to you "Let's talk!" and "Thankyou" Arigato. The design aesthetic is a subtle nod to Japanese street art, neon lights, and Japanese cartoons. Depictions of characters that often have more meaning, then just a visual stylization. Through the meaning of colors, blue represents one-to-one communication, especially communication through the voice. It is speaking the truth through verbal self-expression - it is both the teacher and the public speaker. - Rob *****************************
"Every Tuesday I get 10 cartoons together to send to the most demanding outlet that there is: The New Yorker." Each week Ken Krimstein agonises over his drawing board in the quest to please the most gruelling editor in the history of publishing - the cartoon editor of the New Yorker magazine. In “Climbing Everest” from PKN Chicago Vol. 33, see how Ken draws parallels between his week and reaching the world’s tallest peak.