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From Daydreams to Ink and Pixels
Laziness means creativity to illustrator/writer/fashion stylist Jodi Sam, as she says it's the hours of daydreaming that allow us to produce our best work. Here she speaks about her illustrative process, from ink on paper to capturing her work on the computer, to working with clients.
"Presentation of the Day" on August 29, 2014.
What I've Learnt from Learning Calligraphy
BY ANDREW KELLY
@ VOL 1
ON MAR 24, 2015
Student of lettering, Andy Kelly talks us through the physical and emotional journey he's been on learning the art of calligraphy. You can see more of Andy's amazing work on his blog.
"Presentation of the Day" on May 4, 2015.
Ink is Our Link
BY REUBEN CHOCK
@ VOL 29
ON FEB 17, 2017
Reuben J.D.Y. Chock is from Mānana, O?ahu, and a graduate of UH Mānoa’s School of Architecture. He has practiced in Honolulu, Los Angeles, Shenzhen, and Bangkok. He is currently a partner at WCIT Architecture, a Hawai‘i firm in Kaka‘ako. Our projects range from community masterplanning, to high-rises, resorts, and commercial, to educational and cultural, to parks and even children’s books. Our work is born from the genealogy of a project’s place and people, translated into contemporary expressions within our built environment. Tonite we focus on the importance of ink in our design process, and share a part of a project’s life that is rarely experienced.
Between Idea and Reality
BY DR. TABASSUM SHAHEEN
@ VOL 1
ON JAN 27, 2018
Dr. Tabassum Shaheen is influenced greatly by nature and natural elements, and her work revolves around this inspiration. She produces intricate and complex pen and ink drawings that represent the multilayered aspects of reality in nature or at least the perception of it.
It Isn’t What You Do With It, Ink That Slides What Counts
BY JULIAN LEGERE
@ VOL 19
ON JUN 01, 2018
Not many people give a lot of thought to their pens, even though most of us use them every day. But a really great pen can bring true joy. The weight, the balance, the smoothness. It may be hard to believe, but Julian Legere is on a mission to make everyone a believer in the power of good pens.
Dress and Future, Drawn by 3D pen
BY SEIRAN TSUNO
@ VOL 160
ON OCT 19, 2018
Seinan Tsuno takes about the process of creating dresses (which were selected as finalists of ITS International Talent Support) using 3D pen. She’ll also share about the influence of her experience in a psychiatric hospital on her creation, and about her goals from here.
Creating environmental awareness with a brush and a pen
BY SOFIA FORTUNATO
@ VOL 19
ON SEP 20, 2018
Sofia is a scientist and an artist. Today, she will tell you about what inspires her work and her journey becoming a creative writer.
Drawn From the Present
BY COLLIN HAMMAN
@ VOL 7
ON APR 05, 2019
Collin Hamman never takes his time for granted and makes a point of using each moment as a possibility for inspration. His graphic design and illustrations are heavily influenced by his time spent in the wilderness of Montana where he sees constant opportunity for the next t-shirt, logo, or printed design work that may come his way. Being self-employed as an artist is never easy, but when you mix pleasure with work the way Collin does, you will always come away fulfilled.
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Give Me Advice
Now here's an idea: Let's try leaving a box with a notepad and a pen to gather thoughts from passersby, and see what happens. That's exactly what graphic designer Daniel Motta did in Sao Paulo, and his presentation shares the results. It was recorded at PechaKucha Night in Sao Paulo Vol. 5, and is in Portuguese.
PKN Columbus Illuminated by The Lantern
Ohio State University's own newspaper, The Lantern, reported on PKN Columbus' latest event -- their Vol. 24. Presenters scheduled for the Columbus?PechaKucha [included] a variety of Columbus professionals, according to the PechaKucha?Columbus website, such as storyteller Rachel Joy?Baransi, comic book creator Max Ink, and founder of Wild Goose Creative, Ryan?Hoke. For the full story, check out their article.?
PKN Posters: Buenos Aires Vol. 28
Buenos Aires latest, their Vol. 28, is coming this Tuesday, April 30th. This beautifully-illustrated poster was drawn and designed by the talented Ana Carucci. More of her hand-drawn works can be found on her website, Bam Bam Ink. PKN Buenos Aires?this week will feature the likes of photographers, architects, poets, singers, and even cognitive scientists!?
Surely these snacks will assist in attaining enlightenment. In today's Presentation of the Day, "Tasty Buddha" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 73, artist Koshi Kawachi shows off the unique medium in which he carves small statues of buddha: umaibo (small, cylindrical, puffed-corn snacks). In addition creating miniature, crunchy corn bodhisattvas, he uses old Japanese pottery repair techniques (kintsugi) to mend broken potato chips, and coats chips with ink to create a sort of stamp on paper.
Your heart rate is elevated, breathing pattern is abnormal. Sensors built into your clothing detect your anxiety and dispatch a calming agent. ? Ashley Lewis, a tech educator in Toronto, talks of her passion of tech-craft hybrids. In "Smarty Pants" from PKN Toronto Vol. 27, she is inspired by current interactive clothing and future consumer products from conductive ink and thread to makeup and sportswear that will have you thinking about fashion in a completely different way.?
From Daydreams to Ink and Pixels
"Lazy, that is the first word that comes to my mind when it comes to the creative type." Laziness means creativity to illustrator/writer/fashion stylist?Jodi Sam, as she says it's the hours of daydreaming that allow us to produce our best work. In "From Daydreams to Ink and Pixels" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 116, she speaks about her illustration process, from ink on paper to capturing her work on the computer, to working with clients.
A Loveletter to the Fountain Pen
“People who don’t close up their lowercase G’s are very bad at keeping secrets.” Graphic artist Sarah Maxey loves her fountain pens. In “A Loveletter to the Fountain Pen” from PKN Whanganui Vol. 1, Sarah speaks on her growth as a hand-lettering artist, her deep connection to the tools of her trade, and the way she’s anthropomorphized her vast collection.
What I've Learnt from Learning Calligraphy
"I stared at that pen for 9 months too scared to use it, thinking I would make a complete mess, terrified I might not be able to deliver on my ideal."Inspired by called "Calligrafitti," student of lettering?Andy Kelly, took on the the challenge of picking up the parallel pen and sees where in takes him in this emotional presentation:?"What I Have Learnt from Learning Calligraphy" from PKN St. Neots?Vol. 1. Andy?talks us through the process of learning the art of calligraphy, and the transformative effects it's had on him. Check out more of Andy's amazing work on his blog.?
Stuck on Film
"If you make a film, it can be like a book. A film director is like a writer. The characters are his actors and the camera is his pen."?In Stuck on Film from Tokyo Vol. 120, Jesse Freeman,?photographer/filmmaker based in Japan, takes us on a tour of the film projects he has produced, and also shares some of the things that have inspired and informed his work.?After checking out this inspiring presentation, go watch his films and dive deeper into his imagination. ?
Meet the Presenters: PKN Vol. 1
Below are the bios for the eight presenters at the first PechaKucha Night in the Lambertville-New Hope series, July 10 at ACME Screening Room in Lambertville, NJ: ? Elise Dodeles In addition to receiving a 2013 Artist's Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Elise Dodeles is included in Harmony Hammond's Lesbian Art in America published by Rizzoli International. Dodeles has shown her art in New York, Canada, Europe, and locally at The Quiet Life Gallery. Past exhibitions have included a solo show as part of the New Jersey Artist series at Johnson & Johnson World Headquarters and the prestigious Aljira National Five in Newark, NJ. Raised in New York, she did her undergraduate work at Carnegie-Mellon and New York Universities, and obtained her Masters in Fine Art from the New York Academy of Art. In addition to teaching art and painting, in 2007 she obtained a Masters in Library and Information Science and has worked for many years in University rare books departments where she has gotten much inspiration. She is included in the 20th edition of Who’s Who of American Women, and her artwork can be found in personal and institutional collections, including the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood, Florida. John Fitzpatrick Raised in Bucks County, John Fitzpatrick, aka JohnF, has been an artist since his talent was fueled by the skateboarding culture as a youth. JohnF has pursued his passion ever since. Inspired by the master artists from the past and motivated by the master artists of the future, JohnF presents a lucid landscape of imagination. His medium of choice is the ink pen and digitally enhancing, as he never sketches his ideas before making them permanent compositions. His work has integrated itself into the landscape of Bucks County. Scott Hengst Scott's passion for baseball and statistics can be traced back to a well-worn 1990 edition of?Who's Who in Baseball.?From 2005-2011, he supported online video streaming and mobile technologies at Major League Baseball Advanced Media.?Currently, he plays catcher, outfield, and third base for the Flemington Neshanock, a vintage baseball club that faithfully adheres to 19th century rules of the game. He believes pitchers should always hit for themselves, metal bats should be permanently banned, and "Shoeless" Joe, Pete Rose, Barry Bonds, and Roger Clemens should all be in the Hall of Fame. Kasey Ivan Originally from a small farm in Kansas, Kasey Ivan is a professional photographer who now resides with his husband in New Hope, Pennsylvania.? With an emphasis on both portrait and conceptual photography, Kasey often captures unique and sometimes provocative images of the subjects he encounters.? Passionate about using photography as a medium for telling a story, whether real or fantastical, it is Kasey Ivan's hope that in telling these stories he might inspire others with a desire to learn and create in the world around them. Mark Mannion Mark writes: “I have been an Elementary Art School Teacher in grades K-5 in the New Hope-Solebury School District since 2007. My creative energy is used in the classroom developing projects, lessons and artworks to inspire children. “Everyone is an Artist” and it’s my job to keep it that way for my students. I am very passionate about my job and I hope that same passion translates to my students to develop their love of learning and creating.” Lauren Rosenthal McManus Lauren Rosenthal McManus is an independent visual artist and owner of Ampersand Projects, a custom frame shop, design studio, and vintage retail store at the north end of Lambertville, NJ. She has taught design foundations classes at the University of North Carolina and Raritan Valley Community College, and her work has been exhibited across the country. She holds an MFA in interdisciplinary arts from UNC, Chapel Hill and BFA in Sculpture from Washington University in St. Louis. She is also an environmentalist, unyielding optimist, and complete sucker for love. Gene Samit Gene Samit began photographing as a hobby while living in South Florida in 2002, attracted by the light and bright colors in that part of the country. After more than 30 years in the Financial Services Industry, Gene purchased a TSS Photography franchise when he moved back to the Philadelphia area in 2008. The company does youth sports, schools and event photography with a specialty in sports “Picture Day.” They are the official photographer for the Sixers Camps. Gene spends his time building and managing the business and hires outside photographers. His son has recently joined the business. Gene likes to photograph objects that have vivid colors, patterns, and unusual things that are happening. He does not spend a great deal of time preparing his “shot,” but instead captures an image when he sees something appealing -- a certain feeling he gets for that moment. Gene usually takes just one shot and is on to the next. He does minimal editing and likes to print his images on metal, wood, and tile, in addition to the traditional printing on paper. Gene has 2 children and 3 grandchildren. Patricia Walsh-Collins Patricia Walsh-Collins is a certified professional educator who has been trained in Mindfulness by Mindful Schools of Emeryville, CA. She has a 17 yr. career teaching both Art and Religion at Buckingham Friends School in Lahaska. She has taught and created camps for Montessori Development Center, Michener Art Museum, Bucks County Community College and Children’s art Studio. Patricia is a social entrepreneur as creator and owner of Art of Spirit Inc. Art of Spirit serves as a vehicle for education through trade of traditional arts from native cultures, children’s meditative workshops, and now the Earth School.