From Aarhus to Zurich, last month we covered the topic of Rebel across our 71 chapters. The theme was chosen by our Portland organizer Tsilli Pines and her team, and was brought to you by Shutterstock. Covering topics from nixing timesheets to conflicting kitchens, talks this month ranged from being a creative rebel in one’s day-to-day life to urban forms of disruption.
Here’s a collection of some of the best snapshots from events around the world.
Sawyer Hollenshead, of Oak Studios (the lovely people who built our site) was able to swing by CreativeMornings/Auckland and earn his Globe Trotters badge.
In Atlanta, they played a version of ‘Never Have I Ever’ to determine who was the most rebellious attendee. Winner got this sweet rebel vest!
CreativeMornings/Austin kicks off each event with a live local musician.
The crazy boys of Hungry Castle, who might be best known for this giant Big Bird sculpture they made, spoke at our Barcelona chapter.
Our Detroit organizer, Melissa Hill rocked a rebellious do at their February event.
Founder and New York organizer, Tina Roth Eisenberg was unable to make it to their February event at the New York Public Library (her first absence in years), so her team made a cardboard cut-out of her to fill the void. You can follow its adventures here.
The pickers of this month’s theme, Portland, had custom candy hearts made to taste-fully celebrate Valentine’s Day with speaker Andi Zeisler of Bitch Media.
Some killer sketch notes from our Austin chapter.
Our Seattle chapter had a full house for Cal McAllister of Wexley School for Girls—and for good reason! The rebellious design agency founder gives a talk that he promises will ruin your life. Check it out. →