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Udine Fair - Promosedia
Sep 08, 2007
Zona Tortona Design
Apr 18, 2008
Museo dell' Arte Fabbrile e Coltelleria
Apr 17, 2010
Mar 24, 2011
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Mar 01, 2012
Legal Arts Residency
Jan 12, 2012
Powered by PechaKucha
Jul 01, 2013
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Jun 14, 2013
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WTC St. Petersburg
Jan 24, 2014
WAF PechaKucha Night
Marina Bay Sands
Sep 30, 2014
Remix Our Future
BY MARK VAN ITERSON
@ VOL 96
ON NOV 01, 2012
Heineken's design director Mark van Iterson shares his vision for design, and invites everyone to help shape the future of Heineken's bottle design, as part of the company's 2012 "Remix Our Future" competition.
This presentation was part of a special Tokyo Designers Week 2012 edition of PKN Tokyo, held at Meiji-Jingu Gaien, inside the TDW Dome.
Documenting Through Photography
Jan Caga was born in a small industrial town Hodonin, Czech republic in 1976. After graduating on VUT university in Art Design he began working as a freelance magazine photographer and later became a contract photographer for ISIFA Image Service agency.
Caga used to work on long term projects, focused and documented mainly social and environmental issues, human and animal rights, mentally and physically handicapped communities, and the study of contemporary man and society.
He has received numerous awards in international photo contests such as several prizes in the Czech Press Photo, Award of Excellence in the 68th Pictures of the Year International competition, Grand prize PhtoEspana OjodePez Award of Human Values 2011. (in Czech)
BY DAN HECK
@ VOL 3
ON JAN 13, 2011
Dan Heck is part of the Des Moines Scrabble Club. He outlines the meeting times, rules, and type of people that come. He also explains the differences between competitive scrabble and leisurely scrabble as well as giving some tips on how to win.
BY IAN TAYLOR
@ VOL 9
ON AUG 21, 2013
Ian Taylor, a photographer, teaches us how to take the perfect portrait. He talks about light, composition, the moment, apertures, where your light source should be, the importance of the eyes, zooming with your feet, and mixing up your perspective.
"Presentation of the Day" on November 1, 2013.
Creative Approach in IT
BY VITALIY KHIT
@ VOL 10
ON DEC 14, 2013
BY CHARLES WEBER
@ VOL 4
ON SEP 20, 2013
Swiss photographer Charles Weber has been working for ten years on a series of night pictures which he creatively calls "lightscapes." He enjoys photographing at night, when everything is calm and he can experiment with the colors that the artificial lights provide. Charles believes that beauty can be found in anything, and he enoys capturing surrealism and humor in his pictures.
"Presentation of the Day" on March 13, 2014.
From Studio To Spotlight With Art Battle Canada
BY JAMIL KEYANI
@ VOL 2
ON FEB 07, 2014
Jamil Keyani is part of an innovative form of competitive art. He shows us what this specfic type of innovation has been able to accomplish for the industry and just how incredibly passionate people can become when competing with their art.
Games as Interactive Art
BY CHRIS SOLARSKI
@ VOL 114
ON MAY 28, 2014
Artist, game designer, and author Chris Solarski speaks on the points where video games intersect with classical art, film, and animation. He discusses the interactive aspect of games, and how this element fundamentally changes the way we engage with images.
"Presentation of the Day" on July 11, 2014.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
We were very happy to see some PechaKucha love shown on the Architecture for Humanity Chicago website, first with the appearance of Katherine Darnstadt's presentation "Design Like You Give a Damn," from PechaKucha Night in Chicago Vol. 12 -- you do know that you can embed PK presentations, right? And as organizer Peter Exley points out, the "Street Furniture Competition" entries include a few PKN Chicago vets, notably Joseph Altshuler (Vol. 13) and Eylül Wintermeyer (Vol. 9). "Chicago fans will remember Eylül's megalomaniacal wine vessel and bread maker that sustained thousands in New York, Joseph looking through Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window into the lives of his Chicago neighbors, and Katherine eating dirt, literally." If you're in Chicago, you won't want to miss the next volume.
Poster for PKN Cardiff Vol. 4
Our day of posters continues (see our previous posts on Coimbra and Breda) with this one for the upcoming PechaKucha Night in Cardiff Vol. 4, to be held March 14 at Chapter -- you'll find the full list of presenters with links on the official event page. The poster was created by Tamsyn Gill, a 3rd year graphic design student (UWIC), and here's more from organizer Lou Cameron on how the design came about:For this event we had a competition with the graphic design students and Tamsyn's design was chosen. Her theme used the play on words for PechaKucha. Tamsyn thought the title sounded like Peaches and Cwtches. Cwtches meaning cuddle or a hug in Welsh. We also have an ECO theme running through the event, so it kind of fits with the person hugging the world.
Heineken Open Design Explorations (Powered by PechaKucha)
We're very happy to announce that PechaKucha has teamed up with Heineken in support of the Open Design Explorations competition, to help find a few designers from all disciplines that will get to participate in the creation and launch of a temporary club space at next year's edition of Milan Design Week (Milano Salone). The first phase of the project will see four special PechaKucha events held in Tokyo, Sao Paulo, Milan, and New York, where those chosen to participate will get to present their ideas for the space using the 20 x 20 format. One designer from each city will be chosen and then sent to Milan to participate in the final phase, which is the creation of the space itself. This is first time we have teamed up with anyone for a project like this, but we feel it is a great way to give the PechaKucha community a chance to enter and hopefully be seen at the Milano Salone. If you would like to participate, please note that you need to be able to attend the PechaKucha events in one of the four cities mentioned, and your entry needs to be sent by August 14. You'll find all details on how to enter on the following page. Update: Please note that the deadline for the event in Tokyo has been extended to August 21.
PechaKucha + Heineken in Tokyo this Wednesday
Please join us this Wednesday (August 24) here in Tokyo for a very special PechaKucha event, which will feature 20x20 presentations by the chosen finalists in the Heineken Open Design Explorations competition. Each finalist will be presenting their work -- just as in a regular PechaKucha Night -- and one will be chosen to participate in the design of a temporary club space at next year's Milan Design Week. Similar events are also going to be held in Milan, Sao Paulo, and New York. It all takes place at the birthplace of PechaKucha, SuperDeluxe, with the regular start of 20:20 (doors open at 19:00). Entry will be free, and the beer on hand -- Heineken, of course -- will be priced at ¥500.
Heineken Open Design Explorations - The Designers
As we covered in recent months, the Heineken Open Design Explorations competition was held in four cities (Tokyo, New York, Milan, and Sao Paulo) to chose a team of designers through PechaKucha events, with the goal of producing a temporary club space at next year's Milano Salone. You'll find more details in this press release, but here are all of the designers who were chosen to participate. Congratulations to everyone, and here's looking forward to the resulting project! New York CityPhilip Sierzega (Motion design)Lee Gibson (Interior design)Michelle Wu (Fashion design)Sandra Garcia Pagola (Graphic design)Kirkland Summers (Graphic design)Adam Aleksander (Product design)TokyoAlistair Townsend (Interior design)Yukihiro Shoda (Motion design)Kazuhiko Hayakawa (Product design)Miku Sega (Interior design)MilanEmanuele Magini (Product design)Giuseppe Conca (Product design)Vicenzo Amendolagine (Interior design)Gianluca Macaluso (Motion design)Sao PauloFabricio Lima (Motion design)Daniela Colnaghi (Interior design)Patrick Kampff (Fashion design)André Coelho (Graphic design)Brunno Jahara (Product design)
Joshua Davis and the Heineken Future Bottle Remix Competition
There's only a month left to enter Heineken's Future Bottle Design Challenge -- which you'll recall PechaKucha co-founder Mark Dytham is judging -- and this weekend (on Saturday, 11am EST to be exact), graphic designer Joshua Davis (who is also judging) will be giving a live workshop, helping young designers come up with proper briefs for the competition. You can watch here live on Saturday.
In this edition of Presentation of the Day (from PKN Chicago Vol. 20), architect and entrepreneur Marc Teer is looking for trouble. Well, more so problems: he believes in finding design issues in the architecture field, solving them, and getting the physical or metaphorical structural solution built. He speaks of two enterprises he's established to solve architectural problems: his architectural software resource site Black Spectacles, and The Un-Competition Project.
PKN Posters: Nantes Vol. 6
Ever wonder why Nantes, France has some of the coolest posters around? PKN Nantes organizers Collectif MARTINN clue us in: they recently held a contest in which students of the local AGR art school designed PKN Nantes' Vol. 6 poster. Young creative Marine Scherer won the competition with her fresh illustration, and had this to say about it: Take the plunge, head first! PechaKucha is a creative promenade, full of humour and poetry in which the protagonist plunges deeply and finds themselves in the deep end of the depths of arts. This is what this original concept offers. I suggest you get into this colourful universe with me. Objects are alive here, they dance and make the audience feel like abandoning themselves to their creativity. You will need courage to sink into this madness to bring back the light. To see more great posters from PechaKucha Nights all over the world, check out our Tumblr blog.
Creative Appraoch in IT
"If you are a creative person and are able to express yourself, you will always find interest in life directly and live for the moment". Vitaliy Khit, Game Developer in KhitGames, in his presentation from PKN Dnipropetrovsk IT::Reality Vol.10 shares his life experience and advices in IT field.
How to Make the World Work for 11 Billion People
"The world's population will reach more than 11 billion by the end of this century." Maria Aialova is the co-founder of Terreform ONE, a think-tank which focuses on mapping population density. With 11 billion people on the Earth, and 3/4 of the population living in cities, a redistribution of energy will be absolutely paramount. In "Making the World Work for 11 Billion People" from PKN New York Vol. 14, Maria states that we must shift from competition to cooperation and from ownership to membership in order to live successfully.