Hand painting signs all over nashville
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BY OSCAR BARRETO
@ VOL 9
ON OCT 12, 2012
Presented by the collective Populardelujo, Oscar Barreto is one of the few hand-painted signs craftsmen left in our digital era. With great courage and self-confidence, Oscar not only charmed the entire audience with his colorful stories, but also awarded us with an unexpected interpretation of a popular tune in his recorder.
Sign Painting's Resurgence
BY JOE SWEC
@ VOL 18
ON NOV 21, 2013
Sign painter and designer Joe Swec speaks on his life, his projects, and his aging (or flourishing?) medium. He discusses the typographic elements found in his work, the challenges he confronted, and the renaissance of sorts that he believes is occuring in reference to his style.
Hand-Painted Signs in the 21st Century
BY DOUGIE KERR
@ VOL 27
ON NOV 05, 2013
Dougie Kerr is considered a Toronto legend, and he has been painting signs since the 60s. When he first moved to Canada in the 70s, his first job was painting totem poles. He is now one of the two only sign-makers at Honest Ed's, the most iconic department store in Toronto. He does a variety of in-store signage, sometimes producing 40-50 hand-painted signs a day.
Sign Painting: Craft or Design?
BY ALARIC GARNIER
@ VOL 9
ON AUG 01, 2013
Sign painter and typography designer Alaric Garnier discusses his research around the vernacular of lettering via the publications he's designed as well as his work on the May Gallery visual identity. He speaks about his struggle to define his work as that of craft or design, and the conclusions he's arrived at.
Signs of the Times
BY SHINOBU MACHIDA
@ コメ展 X PECHAKUCHA
ON APR 19, 2014
Illustrious collector Shinobu Machida returns, this time with a set of photos depicting traditional Japanese shop signs. Beautifully crafted and hewn from timber, bronze, and gold, the ornate work is certainly something to gape at.
The Night I Saw a Sloth Explode
BY MARY LUVERA
@ VOL 1
ON OCT 12, 2015
"We are 'Travel Collectors'. We don't collect things so much as ideas and knowledge of the places we go."
In "The Night I Saw a Sloth Explode" from PechaKucha Night Westport Vol. 1, self-proclaimed tech geek and globetrotting mom, Mary Luvera shares the story that she collected with her family on a recent trip to Costa Rica. While researching Costa Rica and plans for what to do there, the family became captivated by sloths which would become one of the trip's main focus ...and eventual highlight (no pun intended.) Mary shares some fascinating facts and mysteries the discovered along the way about sloths, and the story of the night in Costa Rica when she and her family saw one exploded.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Wednseday, Octobern 21st, 2015.
Travelling Sign Painters
BY JOSEPH & BRIDGET THE TRAVELLING SIGN PAINTERS
@ VOL 27
ON SEP 14, 2016
Public speaking might not be their strong point but these Travelling Sign Painters have gathered a small bead of success in their little business. Mixing up their DMD education and love of graphic design and illustration they gathered an idea and it blossomed. From a little cart being pulled from behind a 10-speed bike and buzzing around the city just making art and collaborting. These two have definitely got a long way to go yet.