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The Hungry Bear Banquet & Conference Center
Jun 02, 2011
May 11, 2011
HOME urban lounge bar
Feb 26, 2013
Kedai Buku Jenny
Apr 21, 2013
Magazine Library 10
May 11, 2012
Ubud 20x20 VOL 1
Sep 26, 2012
Ubud 20x20 VOL 5
Feb 19, 2013
Mar 30, 2011
The Garden Rooftop, Miami Design District
Apr 09, 2014
Edo Era Ecology
BY AZBY BROWN
@ VOL 72
ON APR 21, 2010
Azby Brown shows us what it's like to live in a sustainable city of 1.4 million in a country of 30 million in the Japanese Edo Era. What is the "traditional Japanese way of life," and what can it teach us today? Check out his book on the topic, "Just Enough".
The Miami Rail
BY HUNTER BRAITHWAITE
@ VOL 22
ON JUL 30, 2013
Hunter Braithwaite introduces The Miami Rail, an art newspaper inspired by The Brooklyn Rail. The Brooklyn Rail is a newspaper that New Yorkers can read while on their daily train commute. It is passed between riders as they board and disembark the train. The Miami Rail has brought this unique idea to Miami.
BY JIM THOMPSON
@ VOL 6
ON SEP 21, 2013
How did you become you? Jim Thompson has written a book that could help you find that answer. In this primer on self-discovery, Jim explores how we became the people we are today, including areas of major influence in our lives and the motivations behind our decisions.
BY KATI KRAUSE
@ VOL 113
ON APR 30, 2014
When passion drives you, amazing things can happen. That's what you're about to see in action as Kati Krause tells the story of how she teamed up with two collaborators to bring Winter Magazine to life, now part of the "A Mag for all Seasons" series.
BY NAOMI KAKIUCHI
@ VOL 120
ON DEC 16, 2014
Naomi Kakiuchi talks about living in a big share house, loving magazines, her constant blogging, and about a magazine project she's looking to launch. (in Japanese)
The Art & Culture of Book Covers
BY GREG LILLY
@ VOL 12
ON MAY 23, 2015
Do you judge a book by its cover? It's okay, most everyone does. That's why publishers put so much into book cover design. As both a publisher and an author, Greg Lilly tries to find that perfect balance between just enough to interest you, and too much clutter to pick it up.
The Pacific Commercial Advertiser
BY MARIKA EMI
@ VOL 23
ON APR 10, 2015
Marika Emi has a BFA in Printmaking and BA in Women’s Studies from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Her practice includes both studio-based components and public community projects. She talks tonight about ruminations, research, reactions and responses to Hawaii’s longtime English-language print newspaper, The Pacific Commercial Advertiser, and its ongoing role in the promotion of advertisement, development, and Western interest in the islands.
Paper is Still Alive!
BY JULIE BLANCHIN
@ VOL 126
ON JUN 24, 2015
"Comics, illustration, photography, text, poetry, calligraphy, all media are welcome in Labo."
French illustrator, and Labo publisher, Julie Blanchin presents her experimental, beautifully silk screen handcrafted, limited edition magazine that brings together French and Japanese artists from all walks. Interestingly, Labo Magazine spawned from both inspiration and need, after Blachin's plans to write a book on a expedition to Antarctica with the Japanese Institute of Polar Research suddenly and unexpectedly fell through.
Her storyboards leading up to the book became part of her blog, and would eventually became part of Labo.
"Paper is still alive" she says, calling for new participants and collaborators. Get in touch with her to participate!
This was "Presenation of the Day" on Friday, September 4, 2015.
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Tokyo-based designer Craig Mod may no longer be involved with indie publishing imprint Chin Music Press, but in this presentation held last year at PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 51 he talks about the company he co-founded.
You may have caught Tokyo-based design Craig Mod's recent online piece on the state of print and digital book publishing, "Books in the Age of the iPad" -- it got so much attention even the New York Times took notice -- but before it got written up as a proper essay it was in the form of talk given during Tokyo's "Artalking" series, and before that the idea was presented in this presentation at PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 68. Craig also covered the re-launch of one of his many projects, the newly tweet-powered Hitotoki.
Magazine Library + PechaKucha
Do you like magazines, or print culture in general? If so (and you're in Tokyo), join us on Friday (May 11, 19:00-21:00, free entry) for a special PechaKucha event that will be part of the current Magazine Library exhibition, running until May 13 at Hillside Terrace in Daikanyama. The presenter lineup will include creators that are working in publishing or print and will include, among others, the co-founder of TOO MUCH ("the magazine of romantic geography"), Audrey Fondecave, the creator of the new Tokyo fashion magazine De Rigueur, Antonin Gaultier, Amsterdam-based editorial designer and art director Luis Mendo, Tokyo-based designer Ian Lynam, and Postalco's Mike Abelson.
Let's Get Bookin'
In his presentation (from PKN Pittsfield Vol. 3), Ty Allan Jackson talks about Big Head Books, his children's books publishing project. He explains how, to him, this project is a way of contributing to the education of all kids, no matter the age or race.
Recap: Daegu Vol. 2
The South Korean city of Daegu hosted their lively PKN Daegu Vol. 2 evening on this past February 26. According to the Vol. 2 page, the soiree was "filled with creative and diverse presentations such as the current of PLACES in Daegu, an architectural approach to Daegulite identity as a national center for performing arts, Dutch coffee, cultural & historic interpretations of Korean traditional food, cultural identity through a lens of tatooing, textile-art, juxtaposing contexts, connecting people with like-minds, locally-oriented classical music performances, and publishing an infomation magazine for foreign readers." Photos of this event are up on Daegu's Vol. 2 event page and "motion-grapher" Hyun-Ki Shun has made a short video of the festivities as well.
Books in the Age of the iPad
"Print is dying. Digital is surging. Everyone is confused." In today's Presentation of the Day, "Books in the Age of the iPad" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 68, writer/designer/developer Craig Mod prophesies the impending doom of text-only publishing, and welcomes with open arms the oncoming (ongoing?) revolution in digital publishing. Craig discusses his role in this uprising in the form of his and AQ Works' collaboration on "hitotoki" (now re-branded and re-launching as "hi") a way for people to create small narratives based on their everyday experiences in the city. For further reading on this topic, check out his journal article.
We Want Your Presentation
BitSummit MMXIV is now behind us, and what a fantastic celebration of indie gaming that was! We were able to record 10 presentations from participating indie game developers on the show floor during the event -- check out our event page to see who took part -- and we'll be publishing these presentations in this Channel towards the end of the week. While at the festival, we met quite a few participants who were interested in taking part in our recordings, but weren't able to prepare a presentation on the spot, and so we're opening up the Channel. If you took part in BitSummit MMXIV and would like to record a PechaKucha presentation to be included here, get in touch! It can be about your experience at BitSummit, about the games you had on show, or an overview of your experience in gaming. Share your story!
How to Choose an Online Course
Positive and active guest from Kiev, Yuri Pidriz, CEO YPA Publishing House, in his presentation from PKN Dnipropetrovsk IT::Education gives professional advices how to choose the right online course and revealed trends of online education.
Intern with PechaKucha Global
Would you like to help the global PechaKucha team? We're on the lookout for an intern to join us for the next 2 months, at our HQ here in Tokyo to work alongside Johnny, and assist him with various duties that revolve around managing PechaKucha content. This means editing, writing, and publishing of presentations from all of our PechaKucha Night series around the world to our global site, recording, editing, assembling, and uploading video for our YouTube channel, and ocassionally communicating with a few of the 700+ PechaKucha City Organisers within our network. You would need to come in to our office in Ebisu for two full days a week (10:00-19:00). If you're interested get in touch through our Facebook page, or email us directly. Looking forward to hearing from you!
"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.