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Long before he came up with the world-wide "Emergency Exit" sign, Yukio Ota designed something that could be even more global in its reach, giving people the ability to get exactly where they want to go, when it comes to communicating successfully with each other.
As an itinerant young man wandering Italy with a rucksack, he started to wonder "Why do we have to turn meaning into words, and back into meaning again? Why not communicate directly, with a drawn symbol-language?"
Logo Ideas for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics
BY CHRIS ARNING
@ JAPAN GREAT CREATIVE WEEK
ON OCT 28, 2013
Chris Arning from Creative Semiotics teaches us what's important in a logo. The logo for the olympics should contain something that represents the country and its heritage in a good light. He then gives us some ideas on what the logo for the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 might look like.
BY SERGIO GARZON
@ VOL 18
ON AUG 16, 2013
During a lecture Sergio Garzon gave at the Pacific Health Conference in 2012,
he came across the idea that art therapy is a gentle, free and an evident cure for many mental illnesses, specially those dealing with social-dynamics. His “Los Local” presentation focuses on using art as a form of free health therapy on the streets.
BY KEONE NUNES
@ VOL 18
ON AUG 16, 2013
Keone Nunes had grown up exposed to family members who still spoke the native Hawaiian language and elders who still remembered the tribal practices of their past. His talk will touch on the art of tapping, a rare technique left in the world. Instead of relying on an electric machine and a steel needle, Nunes makes his own tools and even his own ink when tattooing in this very rare ancient way.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Santiago Vs. PKN
Santiago has just announced that its Vol. 2 is set to take place September 24, again at Bar Constitucion. The news makes for a great excuse to showcase the cool logo the city has been using for its events.
Evolution of PKN Quebec's Logo
Last week we shared the video teaser that was put together by the team behind PechaKucha Night in Quebec City, and now we have a long post that goes in detail on how the designer, Marie-Pier Lemieux, came up with the ID. The post is in French, but there are enough visuals to give you an idea of how PKN Quebec's mascot owl was born.
Snow White Logo for PKN Winnipeg
Winnipeg is one of the latest cities to join the global PechaKucha Night community, and even though organizers have yet to announce the date for the inaugural event, they've put together a logo with a color scheme that to me -- a Canadian citizen myself -- alludes to a cold snowy winter. Quite suitable, I think.
PKN Philadelphia Logo
Over the past year of blogging here at PechaKucha Daily we've covered quite a few flyers and posters for PKN-related events worldwide -- you can see all of them by checking out the "flyers" tag -- but one thing that we haven't really covered specifically is how each city incorporates the official "PechaKucha Night" logo with the name of the city. Here's one we think deserves to be highlighted, for PKN Philadelphia. Also, please note that Philly's Vol. 4 is just over a week away, set to happen on January 30.
PechaKucha Haiti Reconstruction
We were contacted by Studio Number One a few days ago with an offer we couldn't refuse: ''We would like to design your logo for PechaKucha for Haiti.'' Studio Number One is one of the hottest -- if not THE hottest creative firms in the world right now -- and as you may know the studio's founder is Shepard Fairey (OBEY). So one Skype call, three email sessions, and 48 hours later, we have one amazing logo! Here's more on the studio: Studio Number One is a Los Angeles-based creative firm where art and design bridge the gap between culture and enterprise. Founded in 2003 by artist Shepard Fairey, the studio has built a reputation as one of the most influential creative agencies in the country, with a team of rising-star designers that includes two recipients of the prestigious Art Directors Club “Young Guns” award. Through any medium, Studio Number One aims to connect people, places and things in beautiful, thought-provoking and novel ways.
PechaKucha Night in Ferrol
We're not altogether sure what this image was used for -- it's not a flyer, but it was produced to accompany Ferrol's PechaKucha Night Vol. 2, held in early July. What we really like is how the designer has found a way to write "Ferrol" using the official PechaKucha logo script, and also that the logo is positioned like it was the sign on that building. That's the next step for us, city-based PechaKucha centers -- that does have a nice ring to it.
The Making of a Logo
We really do want to share as much info as we can about the upcoming Global PechaKucha Day event -- and yes, it is in face happening on April 16 -- but we just want to make sure that we are able to finalize a few things first. Pictured above is our main designing man, Ian Lynam, working on what will end up being the logo we plan to use -- the final version should be ready soon, and it will be popping up on banners and posters. As you can see, the official name for the event is "Inspire Japan," and we'll explain more on how this came about (it was Mark's idea), so keep checking here daily as this is the first place you'll find all updates on the event, and how you can participate.
How to Use the Logo
We wanted to share an example of how we see the Global PechaKucha Day - Inspire Japan logo being used, overlayed on images that show exactly what Japan has just gone through. As we mentioned before, the logo was designed by Tokyo-based designer Ian Lynam, and we've already made it available to all our PKN organizers, to use on the posters and flyers, or website banners, that they plan on making for their events. The example you see here uses a photo taken by Tokyo-based creative director/photographer Max Hodges. Max went up to the Northern regions of the country following the March 11 earthquake, and has shared some extensive galleries of photos on his site. We plan on using more of Max's photos for our banners for the event, and we're hoping that Max will also agree to do a PechaKuca presentation based on what he experienced up there.
Designing the Global Cities Week Logo
It seems like it's turning into a tradition, to share a photo of Ian Lynam working on the logo for our global events -- above, that's Ian working on the Global Cities Week logo. See him work on the Inspire Japan logo here. All the organizers have access to the logos, and we'll soon be sharing web banners and the like that you can use to help spread the word.
Letters on Cuba
Recorded at this past Wednesday's PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 88, we end the week with a presentation from designer Ian Lynam -- who also made our new PechaKucha Global Cities Week logo -- that features photos of typography spotted in and around Cuba during a recent trip.