Justin Shiels is a creative director, graphic designer and marketing strategist whose greatest joy is making things happen. Formerly he ran a local publication called Go INVADE that celebrated the people, places and projects here in New Orleans. Currently, he helps build brands through his boutique design and marketing studio This Creative Lab. Justin talks about how the ideas that we have as children and ideas that we have in college are the ones that teach us who we are.
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BY FEDERICO GAGGIO
@ VOL 114
ON MAY 28, 2014
With an educational background in graphic design and a career in brand building, Federico Gaggio shares his inspirations and idols he's met along the way- from teachers to friends, and graphic designers to film directors. Moving between Milan, New York City, Paris and most recently, London, Federico has learned from a wide range of creative minds.
BY GARETH ROBERTS
@ VOL 6
ON SEP 19, 2014
Gareth Roberts is the Creative Director of Studio Seventeen a truly professional and creative graphic and web design studio - their clean and contemporary style that sets them aside from competition.
Gareth talks us through how he got to where he is, what he's currently doing and a looking forward to the future.
I Can See My House from Here: The Rise of the Atlanta Airport
BY HANNAH PALMER
@ VOL 26
ON SEP 20, 2015
Hannah Palmer grew up in the neighborhood that would one day become the world's busiest airport, Harstfield-Jackson International Airport. But where did this behemoth come from?
The Creative Evolution of the Colouring Book Lady
BY MEL ELLIOT
@ VOL 1
ON OCT 01, 2015
"If anybody would ask me what I wanted to be when I grew up I would say 'I want to go to the Royal College of Art in Kensington Gore.' I had no idea where Kensington Gore was. I didn't care where it was, I just wanted to go there. I had a book about from the Royal College of Art and I loved the people in it, and I wanted to be one of those people."
In The Creative Evolution of the Coloring Book Lady from PechaKucha Night Bexhill-on-Sea Vol. 1, Mel Elliott takes us on a journey from her childhood dream to attend The Royal College of Art, to an early project for an advertising agency, to self publishing a Kate Moss colouring books and beyond. She continues to grow her business "I Love Mel" and practice, developing a range of products including temporary tattoos, t-shirts and card games.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on Tuesday, December 15th, 2015.
Tick-tock Graphic Design
BY TONY BERESFORD
@ VOL 9
ON OCT 28, 2015
"His often illegible, unreadable spreads taught my generation to break all the rules."
In "Tick-tock Graphic Design" from PechaKucha Night York's Vol. 9 event, “Inspired: What Makes York’s Creative Minds Tick”, Tony Beresford chronologically charts the things that have inspired him and the project he has cut his teeth on as a graphic designer as he has grown over time, starting with toxic crayons, to comic books, to album covers, to magazines and beyond.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Thursday, November 26th, 2015.
Is There A Place Where the Sidewalk Ends
BY MIGUEL CAMACHO-SERNA
@ VOL 14
ON OCT 22, 2014
“As designers people often ask us ‘what do designers do?’. Can we define what we do? Lets try.”
In Is There A Place Where the Sidewalk Ends from PechaKucha Portland Volume 14, Speakers and Landscape architects Miguel Camacho-Serna, Azas Sadjadi, and Chanelle Wiley poetically discuss design. From the unclear beginnings and endings, roles and structures, and the importance of connections, the three explain the intricacies of influences to the creative process.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Tuesday, May 17th, 2016.
Fine Art vs. Graphic Design
BY DUSTIN GEORGE
@ VOL 1
ON NOV 28, 2017
Dustin George is an art director at MGM Communications. He has Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Indigenous Art from the First Nations University of Canada, and the University of Regina. He took his design education at Red River College in Winnipeg where he graduated with diplomas in graphic design and advanced graphic design. Having completed schooling in both the Fine Art and Graphic Design disciplines, Dustin explains the differences between the two, and where his journey has taken him.