Illustrator and graphic designer Monica Obaga shares the Flame Tree pattern, a part of the Nanga Textile project by The Nest Collective, Nairobi.
Talks // Project
Teaching Artist Kateri Lirio shares how to shape creative, neurodivergent minds through technology.
Illustrator Mo McMasters shares the development for their most ambitious project yet: designing their own tarot deck.
Artist-designer Schessa Garbutt shares their projects collaborating with a robot (an Axidraw v3) to create patterns and art prints that look hand-drawn.
Author-musician Rich Kirkpatrick shares about his upcoming book about the creative process—MINDBLOWN: Unlock Your Creative Genius by Bridging Science and Magic.
Photographer & Creative Director Suzanne Strong talks about bringing inclusive and diverse images into the contemporary stock photography space.
Character Designer Ricky De Los Angeles shares the journey of making his first self-published art book, “Dibujitos,” from concept to reality, and lessons learned along the way.
Neon artist Kacie Lees presents a behind the scenes look at the making of ‘Neon Primer: A Handbook on Light Construction’
Head of Entertainment Davide Bianca discusses how his team built a first-of-its-kind digital art museum in the age of COVID.
Visual effects supervisor Ian Markiewicz discusses how the VFX team on the TV series Krypton brought iconic comic book villains to life.
Editor/author/journalist Rex Weiner discusses how writing about what you are seeing, hearing, and feeling today can change your tomorrow.
Product designer William Belk shares his new ultralight bag line and explores the idea that creative people have a massive competitive advantage in bringing new products to market.
Filmmaker Stephen Nolly discusses his current project CHILMARK, about a murder in the Deaf community.
Illustrator/Graphic Designer Laura Jay shares an illustrated map she created of the West Adams District.
Author / screenwriter Weiko Lin shares his publishing journey of his debut book Crazy Screenwriting Secrets: How to Capture a Global Audience.
Amateur filmmaker Ani Pandit presents a case study on making an independent film (The Mad Ones) in Los Angeles in the 2010s.
Creative director David Braun shares a look into his kaleidoscopic, Steamboat Willie-inspired animated project, Psycho Psalms.
Interior Designer Kerry Vasquez shares a post modern collaboration with a client that was dubbed “Maximalist Minimalism.”
Illustrator Megan Roy shares her interactive, self-published children’s book Can You Do This?
Photographer Sasha Tivetsky talks about her project Grandma Luda and the importance of photographing family.
Artist Whitney Bedford shares her portraits of landscapes and the sublime.
Designer and animation director Daniel Savage shares “how does it go?”, a new zine about playing music.
Filmmaker Colin Levy presents his NYT Op-Doc My Grandfather’s Memory Book, and the inspiration for making it.
Writer Sanjay Nambiar shares his children’s books series The Super Amazing Princess Heroes & A Little Zen for Little Ones.
Illustrator Audrey Lee walks through her process and creative drive for a selection of projects, including her work for Get it Girl Collective – a female centric collective.
Entrepreneur Melissa Schulman shares her experience opening the first all vegan and organic frozen yogurt store in Los Angeles.
Comedian and filmmaker Kiran Deol shares her experience directing the film American Haze for the Sundance channel.
Writer / director Matthew Manson shares what he learned about faking it til you make it from his first big commercial project.
Women in Film manager of operations Maikiko James shares progress on the WIF Help Line which addresses sexual harassment and gender inequality in Hollywood.
Queen of pleasure Violet Lange shares her spirit animal art.
Filmmaker James Darling shares “The Quantum Supremacy”, a documentary he is directing about the emerging field of Quantum Computing.
Graphic artist Josh Siegel shares “Serving Pride: The Queer History Dinner Party Handbook,” which he is art directing.