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Painting With Light

BY MATEUSZ STANIEWSK
@ VOL 10 ON OCT 01, 2010

As part of PechaKucha Night in Barcelona Vol. 10, photographer Mateusz Staniewski presents a selection of light works and a series of incredible images that were all created without any use of Photoshop. In the presentation, he shares various techniques on how to paint with light.

"Presentation of the Day" on January 29, 2013.

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Pigment-Imitating-Pixels-Imitating-Graphite: Perceptions in Daydreaming

BY RUSSELL REID
@ VOL 2 ON MAR 10, 2015

This presentation briefly explores the production and workflow of creativity as it is first “discovered” in a graphite and/or ink sketch, then compositionally interpreted in Photoshop, and finally reinterpreted as a canvas painting from the digital compilation. Do the tools available with advances in technology change the paradigm of the creative decision making process? And, the chicken or the egg question, Is the canvas painting an original or a copy?

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Abstractions: Photos and Prose

BY ABI SCHUMANN
@ VOL 12 ON MAY 23, 2015

Tom Green takes photographs and manipulates and distorts them into abstract works. Abi Schumann is a poet. As collaborators they join the images with the prose, sometimes working from the image first, and sometimes working from the poem. How would you interpret the images into words, or imagine the visual expression of the words?

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Photography vs Photoshop

BY RUSSEL NICKSON
@ VOL 7 ON MAY 30, 2015

Russel Nickson still explores what he is but as of now he is an entrepreneur and technologist from India with a great passion in programming and creative design. Other than that he loves bikes and he enjoys playing football. He wouldn’t say he is addicted to music but yeah he spends solid time listening to different genres of music. Ultimately he makes sure his life never gets boring doing the same thing over and over again.

 

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Translating the Digital into the Physical World

BY JEFF DONALDSON
@ VOL 5 ON SEP 14, 2015

Jeff Donaldson takes us into his obsession with the glitch world - creating knits and woven fabrics generated by game consoles, websites, data backups, and viruses to create physical, and wearable items!

Jeff  is an artist and designer based in Maryland. In 2001 Donaldson began preparing video hardware to intentionally short-circuit. This practice is the foundation for his textile and surface design practice.

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Hashtag Photography

BY JO MANSFIELD
@ VOL 3 ON SEP 22, 2015

"As my use of social media increased, so did my understanding of how it worked."

In "Hashtag Photography", from PechaKucha Night St. Neots Vol. 3Jo Mansfield talks about mobile photography and the use of the imaging platform, Instagram and how it has developed her skills and pushed her in new creative directions.

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No Pictures, Please!

BY JARED THIELE
@ VOL 6 ON OCT 19, 2015

Writer, photographer, and artist, Jared Thiele moved to New York City and abandoned the idea of nursing school in order to pursue a career as a creative in advertising. Listen to learn about his exploration into social media through his photography, illustreations, and current events.

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The Day I Stole A Time Machine (Random Slides Improv)

BY JOHN ANSEHL
@ VOL 5 ON MAY 19, 2016

Chicago based designer, John Ansehl excersizes his improv comedy skills and shows us how the world ends in this "random slides" PK prepared by Mark Strauss with a little help from Photoshop.

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Crosspoint

BY P.M. KEN
@ VOL 143 ON JAN 25, 2017

写真家の P.M.Ken さんが繰り広げる、 世界と日本、2つの場所がひとつになったランドスケープ写真シリーズ。 どこか見覚えがありながらも、そこに広がる世界は全くの仮想の不思議な風景写真は驚きと感動にあふれています。

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From Sketch to Store: Designing a Dress

BY NIYATI KARWAT
@ VOL 18 ON MAY 18, 2017

NIYATI KARWAT was on her way to medical school, but after studying abroad in Cypus, she decided to follow her true love. She enrolled at Parsons and now 8 years later is a designer at Tracy Reese. Hear how her travels and art inspire creating women's wear.

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Keitaro Yonehara

Photographer Keitaro Yonehara presented a selection of his works at Pecha Kucha Night Tokyo Vol. 58. The most surprising part of the presentation was when he explained to the audience that all of the works on display received absolutely no digital manipulation, or in the words of Yonehara: "No Photoshop!" You can view more of Yonehara's work at the artist's website.

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PKN Sacramento Vol. 8

Last month's PechaKucha Night in Sacramento Vol. 8 was again held at the Level Up Lounge -- here's hoping plenty of glasses of "The Pecha Kucha" got served -- and organizer Claire Obenson sends in this report. The last PK Night went very well. We had seven presenters (including me) at Level Up Lounge in Sacramento: fashion designer Pamela Desrochers (special guest presenter), designer extraordinaire and Romp Creative co-founder Jake Favour, 19-year-old artist Stephanie Karapinar (our youngest ever presenter), moi, architect and artist Merle Serlin, designer and fisherman Scott Vaughn, and virtual designers Justin & Laura Wood. The lounge typically features the work of a different artist each month. This month, the featured artist was Merle Serlin whose work is beyond description. Her landscapes are sown on fabric. I think most of the presentations were quite original, yet quintessentially Sacramento. Some examples include Scott Vaughn's presentation on Fly Fishing and Pamela Desrochers' highly accessible fashion designs. Justin and Laura Woods virtual design work was unlike anything we've ever seen. Jake Favour was bursting with design ideas he would like to implement or see implemented -- his "Balloon-Enabled Pizza Picnic Delivery" was a fan favourite. Stephanie Karapinar had some fabulous charcoal sketches and futuristic photoshop creations. My presentation was on Hip Hop Architecture, whom some compared to late artist, Keith Haring. Honestly, I "sampled" from "The Kiss" by Gustav Klimt -- I call it Klimting! The March flyer is a hip, superfly version of American Gothic. Our next PKN will be in August, themed "Hot August Nights." We have announced a competition to design a poster to advertise the event.

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PKN Christchurch Vol. 8

Last month's PechaKucha Night in Christchurch Vol. 8 had a special host, and yes, as the photo above reveals, none other than PK co-founder Mark Dytham was in town to not only attend the event but also lend a hand with the mic. Big thanks to organizer Vanessa Coxhead for the nice gallery of photos -- we're including a few in this post, but there's much more to see in this Flickr photoset. And if you missed it, take a look at the amazing posters that were created for the event -- and those are not just photoshop jobs, all of those "PK meets heavy metal" t-shirts were actually produced (but limited to 1 each).

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Painting with Light

Although not from last week's PechaKucha Night in Tokyo, we continue to celebrate creativity this week by highlighting a great presentation every day, today turning our attention to "Painting with Light" from PKN Barcelona Vol. 10. Photographer Mateusz Staniewski presents a selection of light works and a series of incredible images that were all created without any use of Photoshop. In the presentation, he shares various techniques on how to paint with light.

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Light Painting in Osnabrueck

Shown at Osnabrueck's PechaKucha Night Vol. 6 earlier this year, the photos included in this post are part of some "light painting" work by Christoph Abé and Kai Bornemann. PKN Osnabrueck organizer Clemens Gruber has sent us some text in German to accompany the photos, but do note that all of them do not use any Photoshop trickery. Wenn die von den Eltern vermittelten Werte bei ihren erwachsenen Kindern manch roten Leitfaden darstellen, welcher sicher durch die Gesellschaft führt, dann darf man als Papa und als Mama gleichermaßen stolz sein. Denn diese Werte, dieser Anstand und diese Bildung sind das Ergebnis einer langen Reise, welche durch mehrere Generationen führt. Kennst du die Stille im Lärm, welche dich im Alltag umgibt und die du als unangenehm wahrnimmst, da immer um dich herum etwas passieren muß?! Genieß diese kleine Insel und nutze sie zum Durchatmen ... sie ist dein Erholungsort im Dschungel der Hektik. An was glaubst du, wenn du an das Wort „GLAUBE“ denkst? An was denkst du, wenn du an das Wort „Nachdenken“ glaubst? Glaubst du, dass du WIRKLICH die Fähigkeit der Reflexion besitzt? Oder glaubst du nicht eher doch an den Spiegel, den du dir selber vorhälst, damit du nicht weiter Nachdenken musst, wer du WIRLICH bist? Das Licht am Ende eines Tunnels ist in vielerlei Hinsicht interpretierbar: Man kann es als Neuanfang sehen, als helfende Hand, als wärmenden Sonnenschein im tristen Alltag oder einfach nur als das, was es ist: Die Helligkeit, welche uns immer wieder lächeln lässt, welche uns gerne an das erinnern lässt, wofür es sich zu Leben lohnt: die Einmaligkeit von besonderen, hellen Momenten! Unverdaute Vertrautheit gleicht einer unverbrauchten Seele: Naiv, flügelspreizend und ohne jegliche Bedenken dem Risiko begegnend, welches einem in Form von angeblich abgeklärten Menschen ins offene Messer rennen lässt.

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PKN POSTERS: Deer, Kittens and Weather Maps

"Hot off the...photoshop. New poster designed for upcoming PKSTL 13. Thanks for the opportunity Pecha Kucha Night, St. Louis to juxtapose deer, kittens and weather maps. And for allowing me the opportunity to use the word juxtapose."  Ben Kaplan, PKSTL #13 poster designer .  See more of Ben's work at: http://www.iheartbuffets.com/  

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Estudiantes de Publicidad de Duoc UC Viña del Mar diseñan identidad de Pecha Kucha Vol.4 de Quilpué

  "Cuando nos informaron sobre realizar la gráfica para pechakucha, sabíamos que debía ser una propuesta a la altura del avento, y al pensar en graficar “verano tiempo de buenas ideas”, pensamos en la connotación de esta frase en un personaje que podía ser reflejada en la escultura del pensador, pero llevada al concepto del verano, que sería personalizándolo con ropa  de playa. nuestra idea desde el comienzo fue en crear una gráfica simple pero con un concepto claro y creo que se logró...  Utilizamos un modelo que posara con la misma postura del pensador, para luego sacarle fotos de diferentes perspectivas tal que al momento de la edición en Photoshop fuese más fácil.  Respecto a los colores, quisimos ocupar el color celeste ya que a simple vista y de la mano con el concepto, resulta ser un color que entrega frescura y relajo. También un color representativo del verano como lo es el amarillo; quisimos que fuesen tonos  limpios y simples, pero que estuviesen a la altura con lo que se nos pedía" Señalan. Yesenia Collao y son estudiantes de la carrera de Publicidad en duoc UC Viña del Mar y el encargo para desarrollo del concepto visual del Vol.4 de Pecha Kucha Quilpue fue abordado en una asignatura, el curso optativo de Retoque Digital Participaron más de 20 alumnos con sus propuestas. Las orientaciones del proyecto estuvieron a cargo del docente Pablo Aguilera.