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May’s Global Theme is “Backwards”

During March we celebrated “Reuse” at CreativeMornings events around the world. Now for May, we’re excited to announce our next theme: “Backwards.” Our past Chicago host Mig Reyes selected the theme and the talented Chicago-based photographer Paul Octavious provided a photo for our monthly illustration.

A few speakers from our 50 participating cities include Pam Goldsmith-Jones (Vancouver), Mira Kaddoura (Portland), and Seth Godin (New York).

To find a May event near you, keep your eye on creativemornings.com, or follow your local chapter on Twitter. As always, free tickets are available starting the Monday before the talk.

We’ll see you in the morning!

Join CreativeMornings/Austin on May 17th for our “Backwards” speaker, Gerren Lamson—local designer, illustrator, typographer and Chief Creative Officer of Creative Market.

Tickets go live here on Monday, May 13th at 11AM sharp.

See you there!


After tragedies like the April 15th Boston Marathon bombings, people look for ways to connect, ways to express their sympathy… ways to help. CreativeMornings/Austin teamed up with GSD&M's Marc Ferrino to create a design that would help Austinites show their unity with the people of Boston.

Please feel free to share this #baustin design wherever you’d like. Visit www.baustinshirt.com for ongoing updates.

You can also buy locally through one of these Austin retailers (while supplies last): The University CO-OP at 2246 Guadalupe, Mellow Johnnys at 400 Nueces and Rogue Running at 500 San Marcos and Parts & Labour at 1117 South Congress.

All proceeds will go to The One Fund: a charity in service of the Boston bombing victims. onefundboston.org

The inspiration, catalyst and designer behind #baustin
The inspiration, catalyst and designer of #baustin: Jared Cavagnuolo, Ben Thoma and Marc Ferrino.