An amazing talk which I take a lot from. Do not leave your ideas as ideas , produce them, do. Always send your work to the studios/companies you are interested in, physicall better than digital.
Our first HotHouse talk this year was not given by the designer/artist himself but by his daughter who presented him passionately . Abram Games was a Jewish graphic designer born in 1919 in Whitechapel, London.Started up in his backyard, mostly utilising airbrush technics with posters which included images with messages. He has been mostly recognised by … More 14OCT16/Abram Games.
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After our Pecha Kucha presentation a hot house talk was given afterwards by Cecilie Barstad from the studio Gilles & Cecilie. The first thing she talked about was business planning and wanted to talk to us about the different things to think about when running a company of your own. She…
Last Friday we had the opportunity of meeting Paul Jenkins , the founder of Triple Double Studio. Jenkins came in to give us a little bit of a mix between a talk about himself and his projects and some tips facing the future. His studio works across graphic design, branding ,art direction ,campaigns ,retail,digital ,project … More Paul Jenkins.
This was our first of many hothouse talks. This talks will take place every third Friday of every month and mostly they will come from different companies or professionals in the industry of design.Our first talk was from Emily Gosling who is a member of the company “It’s Nice That”.