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Thoughtless Drawing Experiments & The Invisible Elements In Good Design [PechaKucha]

Thoughtless Drawing Experiments & The Invisible Elements In Good Design [PechaKucha]
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The international design hub shares presentations on where artists get their best inspiration from.

Jean Snow
  • 24 august 2012

Presentations
Tyler Weiss says he doesn’t draw much anymore, but in his presentation (from PKN Williamsburg Vol. 1) he takes us on tour of some of the drawn art he’s produced over the years, explaining where the inspiration came from. Susanna Cots is an internationally renowned interior designer from Barcelona who, in her presentation (in Catalan, from PKN Mallorca Vol. 1), explains the importance of invisible elements in a good design.

Posters
New additions to the Tumblr blog today include a few older posters, like the one for PKN Des Moines Vol. 7 you see above, as well as posters for last week’s PKN Bemidji Vol. 14, last month’s PKN Providence Vol. 40, and May’s PKN New Haven Vol. 12.

Video
As we mentioned above, we added the poster for last month’s momentous PKN Vol. 40 in Providence to our poster blog, but here’s also a 2-minute video produced by the Providence Journal that will give you a peek of what the outdoor event was like.

Calendar
We have two PKNs on tap for tonight (Friday, August 24): PKN Nagoya Vol. 12 and PKN Guangzhou Vol. 11. On Saturday, you can catch these two events: PKN Nagano Vol. 21 and PKN Gibsons Vol. 3.

Originally published on PechaKucha. Republished with kind permission.

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