Megg Evans is a Melbourne-based designer who co-founded Brolly Studios with Martin Heide and Stuart Webber. When she gave this presentation (from PKN Melbourne Vol. 19), her son Melvin was just 10 weeks old, and she brought him along and gave this beautiful 20×20 lullaby to her baby and the very impressed crowd.
Fede Calandria‘s work could be described as a combination of art, design, and illustration. As he explains in this presentation (in Spanish, from PKN Mendoza Vol. 3), he finds inspiration everywhere, and likes to incorporate what he sees in his daily life, interpreting it in his own way.
We end the week with an explosion of posters on our Tumblr blog, with the following events being represented: PKN Guimaraes Vol. 3, PKN Memphis Vol. 1 and 2, PKN St. Albert Vol. 1, PKN Mallorca Vol. 1, and then PKN Maribor Vol. 9, which is pictured above. We sure love that Maribor tagline: “Come and meet our amazing guests. Creativity is their middle name ;-)”
Below, a look at both sides of the flyer that was produced for last night’s PKN Norwich Vol. 4.
We like this spray painted crate we spotted here, located at the entrance of this past week’s PKN Bilbao Vol. 12. Below, a look at the old school billboard entrance to the theatre where last night’s PKN Winnipeg Vol. 10 was held.
It’s Friday (June 22), and so here’s what you can expect in terms of events over the weekend, starting with tonight: PKN Zilina Vol. 19, PKN Sendai Vol. 2, PKN Miami Vol. 2, PKN Gisborne Vol. 9, and PKN Seattle Vol. 37. It’s a quiet Saturday in PKN land, but Sunday will see PKN Pueblo Vol. 5.