Sara’s friend Helga Steppan came in to do a talk a couple of weeks ago. Helga is an artist working with exhibitions, installations and personal art projects. Where one of her most known projects is from her bachelor degree, where she divided all her stuff into colors to create different collections. There where a lot of things to take from the talk, also depending on who you where and what your interests are. I’ve listed down my notes and the things I took from the talk.
As suggested by Sara, the Cover Club talk with Allison Fielding presented an interesting evening. A down to earth talk, with Allison Fielding from Beggars Group, sitting in the warm chair with an interviewer asking her questions. With her you get the example of an self criticizing type maniac, who were brutally honest when she didn’t like something, but at the same time kept the humor and the mood light.
Thursday evening I found this free event on Eventbrite, and thought that I would give it a go. It was King & MacGaw that had arrange an pop-up exhibition called ‘The Art of the Selfie’, where they had invited Sean Sims to come and give a talk.
Paul Jenkins founded TripleDouble, a multidisciplinary one-man agency, which helps creating collaborative projects for individuals. Paul was the second guest speaker on the list of people to make the hothouse talk, and was a talk I looked a bit more forward to, because I hadn’t seen him before as with That’s Nice.
Friday afternoon offered the first of this years many hothouse talks, which will be featured every 3rd. Friday. The series of talks will come from different Graphic Designers, Design Agencies, Illustrators etc.. And this Friday it was It’s Nice That. Continue reading