I had a few things I was planning to talk about, but I could also tell that Stefan was more concerned with the room we were in than anyone else I had met, so there must have been something behind it. After mentioning that we met briefly backstage at the 2009 AIGA Make/Think Conference in Memphis, it was apparent that he’s passionate about the environment we decide to surround ourselves with, and what it means to us.
And this room was not living up to what it could be.
Recorded on May 16, 2014, we speak with the guy who runs the unofficial HOW pub crawl, and so much more. Seen above is Keith at the closing party (it was a super hero theme). Enjoy.
HOW Design Live in Boston may be over, but we’re only half way through our recaps here at 36 Point.
Once again, big thanks to Neenah Paper for letting me record from their booth again.
Has is already been a week since I arrived at HOW Design Live in Boston? With the first of our three recaps (this one recorded on Tuesday, May 13th), I interview a few attendees, sponsors, and speakers during the opening reception.
HOW Design Live in Boston may be over (we will be back later this week with our three recaps from the event), but we have just started here at 36 Point.
In our first (of five) interviews we recorded (and will release over the next two months), we have Bob Gill. We speak of his process; his books Graphic Design Made Difficult, Forget All the Rules You Ever Learned About Graphic Design: Including the Ones in This Book, and Bob Gil, So Far; and his involvement in co-founding Pentagram among a few other things.
Starting around the 41 minute mark though is what I assume will be a life-changing opportunity: learn from him in his New York studio for a week – and this is coming up fast. Limited to six people, and starting on June 9th. Listen to the 2 or 3 minute segment for details, and then contact Bob Gill to sign up.