Sergey Rasskazov Handmade letters in digital world
Nadím Amín Nadím Amín: Talk CMBaq Marzo 2015
Kurt Gohde Kurt Gohde
Luis Fitch Crayolas Were My First Computer
Olle Lidbom Vassa Eggen
Clube dos Tipos Rediscovering Traditional Typography
Brian Holoubek The History of the T-Shirt
Scott White Scott White: INK
Revista Perdiz Revista Perdiz
Földes András Földes András
Joseph Makkos Pioneering Print Conservation in New Orleans
Ovidiu Hrin The art of handwriting, straight from Timishire
Ken Taylor Ken Taylor
Jim Moran Hamilton Wood Type
George Wietor George Wietor
Carolina Leoni Una gota basta para decirlo todo
Lala Bohang INKXIETY
Carolina Agudelo **Surface & Textile Design**
Anne et Julien Anne et Julien
Joseph Ari Aloi My Journey
Matt Curtius Indelible Mark
Ted Bishop Ink
Carolyn Sewell Quit Thinkin' and Start Inkin'
Ullas Hydoor Inking Ideas
Matthew Young Matthew Young
Stefano Alcántara Stefano Alcántara
Dylan Horrocks Break the Silence
Megan Cates Tattoo Artist & Studio Owner
Bernd H. Knöller Bernd H. Knöller
Robert Oleś Robert Oleś
Anna Dunnill Stick and Poke. Adventure! Survival!
Mas Shafreen Band of Doodlers
Rilla Alexander Rilla Alexander
Yani&Guille Tinta & Rock n' Roll
Adam Gibson Cathedral Tattoo
Jean-Yves Fréchette Variations sur l'encre invisible
Jason Angst Tattoo Artist
petra wöhrmann Petra Wöhrmann - Ink
Борис Куприянов Boris Kupriyanov on INK (Q&A)
Борис Куприянов Boris Kupriyanov on INK
Jan Filipek Jan Filipek
Paula Scher Ephemeral or Indelible?
Paula Scher Q+A
Inside Illustration Artists on Ink
Francis Chouquet Hand & ink: A long tradition of beautiful letters
JOHN HUNT Ink.Pen.Paper.Repeat.
JOHN HUNT Ink.Pen.Paper.Repeat. (Teaser)
Sara Thomas Ink: The Half & Half
Alexander Nagel Alexander Nagel
Francesco Zorzi Q&A
Francesco Zorzi No Rocket
Conrado Almada Conrado Almada
Freddy Corbin Tattoo, Not Ink.
Miya Bailey Ink
Paweł Trzciński Paweł Trzciński
Gareth Strange Ink
Paulus Dreibholz Ink, An Essential Part Of Typography
Elle Luna The Crossroads of Should and Must
Máša Dudziaková QR bodies
Charles Brownstein The power of comics
Charles Brownstein Bård Watn live performance
Nenad Trifunović Side Effects in Art
Garbage Beauty The ephemeral art of urban calligraphy
Jacqui Oakley Jacqui Oakley
Amy & Jennifer Hood Don't Cry Over Spilled Ink
Guil Zekri Guil Zekri
Andreas Schreiner Andreas Schreiner
Bryce McCloud Isle of Printing
Hound Dog Press The Legacy of Letterpress
Mark VanNess INK
Dries Verbruggen 3D printing, the new ink: disruption in the third dimension
Freddy Corbin Freddy Corbin | INK Teaser
Martin Baltscheit Martin Baltscheit
Anibal Pantoja Preguntas frecuentes para tatuadores constantes
Tommi Viitala Q&A
Tommi Viitala Average Guy
Aaron Scamihorn Contrast: How screen printing saved me
Alex Arzú From Office to Tattoos
Martin Jackson The Importance of Ink
Tommi Viitala Trailer
Andreas Schreiner Andreas Schreiner
Mary Mashburn Mary Mashborn and Allison Fisher, INK
Bryan Kachel Seattle Tattoo Artist
Toshiya Izumo Can A Stroke Tell A Story?
Alex Malouf The importance of Ink
Ashraf Ghori Ink: The Journey of a Lifetime
Bonnie Chan Woo The place of INK in the digital era
Denver Ink Experts Denver Ink Panel
Nadím Amín Perfil CMBaq Marzo 2015
Polona Pačnik Polona Pačnik
Denle 3 opciones a su cliente: Bonito, económico y rápido. El tendrá que elegir solo 2, con eso de pronto podremos cambiar el mundo.
Traten de valorar su trabajo y traten de hacerlo respetar, es el primer problema de la persona que trae el chip del artista
"Hacer lo que te está dando dinero (primer error)"
It shouldn't be books vs ebooks, it should be books and ebooks.
"The reason why we don't show up and we don't work everyday... is because we're busy and we're so so so addicted to being busy. So if you want to find 'must' find 10 minutes. And the question that I would leave you with is, "Where is your space?"
This is to experience something wtih soul in it
If we want to live the fullness of our lives and our potential, we first have to understand why we are not free.
S.H.O.U.L.D is how other people want us to show up in the world. S.H.O.U.L.D is all of the expectations that other people layer upon us. When we choose S.H.O.U.L.D the adventure can often be pleasant, it can also often be quite nice; a lot of times around S.H.O.U.L.D there are lots of rewards and incentives; but when we choose S.H.O.U.L.D we’re choosing to live our lives for someone or something other than ourselves
"I keep track of my material costs, but I don't track my hours because it would be really depressing." *cue laughter*
"Meeting other people whose work I love is maybe the most rewarding thing about participating in book fairs and zine fairs."
"One of the things about riso to me that is so exciting is how limited it is."
"The community of people using these machines for arts making exists but it's pretty small. There are probably a couple hundred around the world which sounds like a lot but when you think about how big the world is it's not that huge."
"My goal is to stay small and hopefully someday transition to the point where I'm not really printing for other people, because it's incredibly stressful, and more just working on my own projects."
"It's kind of a weird mix of the archaic and fantastical because it all happens automatically inside this really boring looking machine."
Don't just get inspired, actually do something.
Ink can be a mark, a messenger, a weapon, a defense, or bring peace.
Embrace the imperfections, pick up a pen and have a go, you can get pretty unique results.
You give any two people the same tool and the results are going to be different.
A lot of big organisations just want to appear a lot more human.
I always say I’m a graphic designer who illustrates, the job of the designer is to solve problems and I guess an illustrator is as little more about self-expression.
The craving of perfection really was my downfall.
Soñar es gratis y hacerlo realidad también, eso es lo que uno tiene que creer.
No tienes que preocuparte de cómo vas a hacerlo, solamente tienes que preocuparte de creer que lo vas a hacer.
Actitud de Boy Scout: no parar nunca de tener ganas de descubrir.
Yo pensaba que había un mundo que estaba alucinante por conocer; principalmente (por)que había gente que pensaba diferente que yo
Cuando uno escribe, está como cantando su pripia canción
Encontré en el dibujo algo que estaba copado, que si lo acompañaba con el texto era mucho más poderoso
Give any two people the same pen, and the results are going to be different.
When we make art, the landscape that we are really exploring is the landscape of the human imagination.
There is no one, true artistic compass.
We all know that we're not actually good enough, deep down. We know that we're faking it.
Do we bear a moral responsibility for our fantasies?
What I love about Houston is that, it's a city where you can literally create your atmosphere as an artist.
Leave work for one hour, one week, and then come back to the business. You will see it with totally different eyes.
Be personal, don't be the faceless people.
I am not a director, I'm just a normal guy - with a hint of curiosity.
El tatuaje te permite de un día para otro cambiar, y sentirte diferente en el espejo
Qué bueno que los tatuajes duelen, si no cualquiera se los haría
Dime que quieres, y lo resolvemos juntos
Siempre decir lo que pienso, no guardarme las cosas, eso genera muchos problemas.
Una de las mejores formas de aprendizaje, es por cuenta propia. Ser autodidacta.
El tatuador es un oficio, y uno aprende en el taller, no hay escuelas más que la práctica.
In a lot of ways, tattooing is like creating your own scrapbook that you wear every day. It connects you to your past, whereas you may not look at it and actively think about your past every day, you have that opportunity, and it can link you to what you were 15, 10, 5 years ago, or last week.
"quit trying to make it so damn perfect, it's okay to show the wobbles. Let someone know that a human touched it."
Embrace the mistakes you make along the way.
Must is what you believe, what you know to be true, when you are alone with your truest, most authentic self.
She said, "Have you ever thought about looking for your dream in real life?"
Just because you do something for money doesn't make that work dirty. There is dignity in all work.
The great thing about being a designer is you make these things and you put them out in the world and people relate to them and people remember them, and that's what gives them value, and that's what makes them indelible.
Don't cry over spilled ink.
Embrace the mistakes that you make along the way.
“Done” is better than “none”.
Q: What's next for you? A: Disease and death!
Must is like being in love. When you Know, you know.
Sometimes you have to start at a really shitty job just to know what you don't want to do, and to just get to the next point. So don't be afraid to just start. Just do it. But after you've just done it, just redo it.
Ink is this imperfect medium, but you have to be bold, you have to go for it, and you have to embrace the mistakes that you make along the way.
Fear is not always a bad thing. Anxiety is married to creativity. If you don't feel that little bit of fear now and again then you're not really moving forward.
Fake it. Make Shit Up. Repeat. ... You do that enough and someone is going to pay you to do it.
I think this remix culture is one of the most iconic creative expressions that came out of our digital age.
When technology becomes accessible, it empowers people.
The ink of the third industrial revolution is data; it is inherently digital.
The grandfather or grandmother of the designer was the craftsman ... the whole process of designing, producing, manufacturing, financing all embodied into one person.
Who is the designer and what is our role in a new society, that is increasingly post-industrial and digitally connected?
Failing is, of course, it's ok. If you take it the right way, that you haven't failed, take it as an experience. But most of all be curious, thankful and proud about what you have done.
Always remember to be humble, passionate and determined.
Have an argument.