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In MADE BY HAND’s second film, we meet writer turned knife maker Joel Bukiewicz of Cut Brooklyn. He talks about the human element of craft, and the potential for a skill to mature into an art. And in sharing his story, he alights on the real meaning of handmade—a movement whose riches are measured in people, not cash.
Our speaker at this Chicago/CreativeMornings was Jason Fried (37signals.com). The event was generously hosted Energy BBDO (energybbdo.com) in downtown Chicago. Creative Go-round was our excellent sponsor (creativegoround.com). Mig Reyes (migreyes.com) is the event host.
A big thank you to Charlie Curran and James Schonzeit for taping and editing the video. Additional hat tip to Chris Gallevo and Rosario Edwards for the morning’s photography.
CreativeMornings is a monthly breakfast lecture series for creative types. Each event is free of charge, and includes a 20 minute talk, plus coffee! You can currently join us in New York, Zurich, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco and many, many more. (creativemornings.com)
From our friends in the Torbay Development Agency
“Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is taking place 14-18 November. A wide range of activity is taking place during the week to promote and support entrepreneurship and this presents an excellent opportunity to showcase the wide range of support on offer to help businesses start-up and grow.
Cockington Court will be the venue for promoting business support with a particular focus on supporting the creative industries sector. Cockington Court has recently undergone a multi-million pound renovation and extension and is now home to a growing number of creative industries.
The event is being planned for 4-7pm on Weds 16th Nov and will provide you with an opportunity to network with local organisations and promote your services to local businesses.
You’re invited to come along at have a stand at this event free of charge. Please contact Lisa Reynolds or Adrian Sheen on 01803 540500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for booking/more information.”
A1(M) overnight bridge demolition between Darlington & Dishforth.
As part of the M1 motorway upgrade scheme the Highways Agency (Yorkshire and Humber) closed the A1, North Yorkshire between Junction 60 (near Darlington) and Junction 49 (Dishforth). Saturday 9 April – Sunday 10 April 2011
Timeplase with the Canon 5Dmk2. 18+ hours 4,000 images.
Jpegs assembled in Apple Quicktime. Output in Prores at native 5616×3744 & 1920×1080, cut in FCP. The 5616×3744 layer was used for panned close up shots. The 1920×1080 was used as a base layer.
Graded with three way colour correction in FCP. Output and rendered in Apple Compressor adding additional blanket colour correction and sharpness.
Lens became fogged at around 3:30am. Very cold from 2am-6am drained batteries fast.
Thanks also to Luke Miller.
Soundtrack: Angèle Dubeau & Le Pietà / |. Relaxed Groove
I have just returned from a four day Forum in Prague which is aimed at putting industry professionals, experts, and suppliers together. This is such a great way to do business! Meeting like minded people who want to work together, means that you can very quickly achieve so much in just a few days… Whatever you need, there it is in front of you. Everyone we met was helpful and enthusiastic about their product, or profession and I came home feeling that I have found so many people that I will definitely enjoy working with.
Attending a forum in Prague, rather than being here in the UK means that you really engage with the members. The ‘out time’, i.e. networking during coffee breaks and dinner, means that you get to know those attending, and I am certain that we all prefer to work with people we like.
Prague as a city is delightful, a treasure trove of wonderful architecture with a surprise around every corner. Sitting on a river boat, in the sun looking at a spectacular view must be a good way to work…. Well done DP Events.
“Fruition did a great job with the redesign of our packaging this year – they had a clear understanding of what I wanted and has done a great deal to further our brand and help it to stand out on the shelf, and we are getting great feedback from all our customers’.
Managing Director, Red Earth Kitchen
Oxbow Lakes – This band are great catch them while you can.
Four Counties Interiors are Devon-based specialists in procurement for the hotel and leisure industry. They work with companies such as the Harbour Hotel Group, Daish Hotels, Rick Stein’s,Taylor’s Restaurant in Tavistock,Woodbury Park near Exeter, the Award-winning Hartnoll Hotel in Tiverton, Fifteen Cornwall in Watergate Bay Treglos Hotel in for more information visit www.4countiesinteriors.co.uk
What is Designed in Devon?
“Designed in Devon connects and shares ideas between sub-regional and cultural agencies, national design bodies, higher education institutions and other key public and private sector organisations. We provide a regional proactive voice and the strategic development for the design industry in the County. We help to strengthen communication and develop partnerships in the sector, foster collaborations between the design industry and design education sectors and link the region with national and international initiatives and organisations.”
And above all Designed in Devon is run by volunteers for its members and is free to join to any creative professional or student.
St Austell Brewery recently took over the running of the pub and needed a quick spruce up to ensure it met with their standards for the summer season.
We supplied new tables and sofas for the extensive external seating area, new branding and signage and artwork for the pub interior.
The inside was decorated throughout and the bar stripped down and refinished on site.
We’re not just all about business here at Fruition, a core part of our ethos is to give back into the community. We allow for 10% of our time to be dedicated to local community groups. In the past we’ve arranges festivals (Transition Festival Torquay), provided advice to Non Profit Oraganisation, provided illustrations, designed logos and flyers all for good causes.
For the past couple of years we’ve helped the Rotary Club promote their Pedal Car Grand Prix. When Rotary Club Memebr Graham Gardener relocated to Gainsborough he got in touch to see if he could use our Torquay poster for Gainsborough’s own Grand Prix, and of course we said yes.
If your part of a local charity or non profit and need a little design help then drop us a line.
On February 24, 2011 By admin