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Offf donderdag by Mind Map: Offf donderdag

1. Kultnation

1.1. Mexico city

1.1.1. No more utopia

1.1.2. Where are the dreams

1.2. Partner titles

1.2.1. Construct Designers re-interpret life Building dreams

1.2.2. Dreams All graphic design is storytelling Explore the dreamworld Animation = tour guide for the audience Start from extreme close-up Typography Use space as typo Geometry & form New font, from sketch Movement, from a ripple

1.2.3. Future

1.3. Passions

1.3.1. Graphic design Architecture Light

1.3.2. Animation

2. Han Hoogerbrugge

2.1. Painter

2.2. Work

2.2.1. Dropstuff

2.2.2. Clown basics

2.2.3. Animations for MTV Animal behaviour projected on human beings Animal Planet

2.2.4. Web animation since 1998 Neurotica series / modern living made in 1998 Animated gif Later: Flash Animated b/w line drawings

2.2.5. Nails series No backgrounds Always full figure Ended in 2007

2.2.6. Game called 'Flex' Character & background design Unity3D

2.2.7. Exhibition in Valencia Interactive animation Traced footage from the web Life-sized characters Why not real 'dolls'

2.2.8. News-based Regular postings

2.2.9. Venice biennale Freedom of speech Animation Quotes Freedom is chaos with better lighting A free lunch is only found in mousetraps

2.2.10. Meltin'pot NFC tag based animations

2.2.11. Dokter Hoe

2.2.12. Videoclips Youngpunx Pet Shop Boys

2.3. Concepts

2.3.1. Interactivity is small but important element

2.3.2. Importance of sound Video Daan

3. Design is Dead

3.1. Craftsmen with keyboards

3.2. 32 ppl

3.3. Website for offf

3.3.1. Concepting Based on Goals & expectations What is important in the project Goals Expectations Document with the rules of creativity Research Tool for team to get at the same level Different topics per team member Quest for insights Outside the obvious Insights Definitions you discover in research Discovered through user survey Trends, uncertainties, facts, rules,... Looking for opportunities Focus questions How might we... Developed from insights Used for brainstorming Must be easy to understand Must spark the brain Brainstorming Start with big white paper with focus question Post-it notes Think big! No breaking down of ideas Quantity before quality Build on others' ideas Draw it, instead of write it Small bursts Synthesis Looking for the best ideas Done by one person Categorise ideas in 'big' ideas or site-pages Iterative cycle in between brainstorm sessions Progressive ideas: too soon, maybe later Accept chaos Prototyping Based on ideas Prototype per idea Very manual process Answers a question Don't get attached to a particular prototype Quantity before quality What about the design? Inspired by Barcelona Gaudi Minimal Art Colours that represent barcelona Font: league gothic + georgia & arial for body

3.3.2. Offf book 2 pages per artist Pages like mirrors Layer tennis

4. Blake Whitman

4.1. Talk about what I see

4.1.1. Renaissance in creative expression

4.2. Viral creativity in the Vimeo universe

4.2.1. Video is a movement

4.2.2. Democratising

4.2.3. Creativity as a viral phenomenon

4.2.4. The age of access Cheap cameras Cheap computers Platforms

4.2.5. Evolution of content Crowd-accelerated innovation Timelapse & stop-motion are most popular on Vimeo HD dslr video Nikon D90 & Canon 5D Vimeo exploded in 2010 Last Minutes with Odin Audience & creators merge

4.2.6. Tom Lowe Rapture Time-lapse film Baraka by Ron Fricke

4.2.7. Expanding audience

4.2.8. Learn anything you want online Nick Campbell Vimeo video school

4.3. Vimeo = community

4.4. From obsessive user to staff member

5. Alex Trochut

5.1. Freelancer

5.2. Digital craftsman

5.3. Inspiration

5.3.1. Milton Glaser It's about taking things and re-applying them.

5.3.2. We start imitating when we are born

5.3.3. Influences are magnets Path through magnets define your line of work My grandfather Son of a printer Bauhaus period Modular, geometrical pieces Built a type system Childhood & pop culture Rick Griffin Charles Burns Robert Crumb Art Spiegelman Milton Glaser Designer & Illustrator Herb Lubalin Avant Garde font Geometry & abstraction Op art Shigeo Fukuda Escher Istvan Orosz Victor Vasarely Renault logo Meditteranean Miro Dali Ornament Mucha Anonymous art

5.4. Work

5.4.1. Font: Neo Deco

5.4.2. Beautiful Decay The hyper spectrum

5.4.3. Fila Japan campaign

5.4.4. Etapes graphiques Old is Cool

5.4.5. Creative review: top 20 logos of all time Woolmark-logo as inspiration Cover

5.4.6. Estrella Damm

5.4.7. Poster for The Decemberists

5.4.8. Xfuns type & soul

5.4.9. Vampire Weekend poster

5.4.10. Arcade Fire poster

5.4.11. More is More (book) Basic structure Victorian cover

6. Joshua Davis

6.1. One year of teaching workshops

6.2. Work = unknown journey

6.2.1. If it comes too easy, I'm not pushing myself enough

6.2.2. Learn to embrace failure

6.3. TED 2005

6.3.1. Flight home Brian Greene, physicist String theory 'The elegant universe'

6.4. Tropism, 2007

6.4.1. Rules of probability

6.4.2. Flowers

6.4.3. Minimal planning

6.5. Mutation

6.5.1. Based on software

6.5.2. Randomness, letting go of control

6.5.3. Curate output

6.6. Flickr account

6.7. Geometry, 2010

6.7.1. Self-assigned design problems Input for generative software More complex forms

6.8. Inspiration

6.8.1. Mixing geometric patterns

6.9. Use perfect shapes as guide for hand-drawn shapes

6.10. Use Flash as drawing tool

6.11. 2.5D software

6.11.1. Switch assets between layers

6.12. Grayscale first, then colour

6.13. Rip photos to gif to create colour pallettes

6.14. Computer aided graphic design

6.14.1. Commodore 64

6.14.2. Modern computer Can replicate the human hand Artist's tool

6.15. Projects

6.15.1. What is Watson? IBM's computer to play Jeopardy Search, with understanding of human language 'Face' for Watson that shows emotion via procedural anim. 27 different emotions

6.15.2. Lisbon Public part of the process

6.15.3. Masdar Abu-Dhabi

6.15.4. The Yelling room With Influxis, Offf 2011 Audio-reactive

6.16. Daily reminders for walking the unknown

6.16.1. Remain teachable, complacency is your foe

6.16.2. Opinions are the cheapest commodity on earth

6.16.3. Egotism and vanity are fatal to success

6.16.4. Faith is the only known antidote to failure