Lumix Stories reveal the wonders of our planet, the people, the cultures… though the universal language of photography. Panasonic is proud to share this series of shorts created by documentary filmmaker Griffin Hammond featuring four Lumix Luminary Team members who each relate their experiences with mirrorless cameras.
We’re honored and a bit humbled to have such breadth of talented designers and artists speaking at Adobe MAX. One of the best places to learn more about these creatives and their work is Adobe Create Magazine which has profiled a number of these speakers in the past few years. Take a deeper dive into the artists’ work and approaches in these profiles from Create:
You may traverse the canals of Venice or wander the streets of New York or Paris, but don’t forget to add a new destination to your city-within-Vegas list: Adobe Typekit’s Type City and the neighboring Type Village.
Join Kelli Anderson as she explains the ideas, process, and tools behind her delightful paper contraptions and stop-motion animations. Learn how a tinkering approach can help lead designers to creative solutions — as they think with their hands to solicit feedback from their materials.
In 2010, Katie Johnson, founder and president of The Monster Project, took 20 monsters drawn by a class of second graders and re-imagined them in her own artistic style. That personal creative prompt has since grown into a collaboration of hundreds of artists and students from around the world.
As we move further into a digital world; consuming music from the cloud, reading stories online, and sketching notes and designs on battery-powered devices, Moleskine has embraced this reality by providing products that bridge the gap between analog and digital products. For Adobe MAX, Moleskine is offering attendees the opportunity to test out their innovative M+ products; an ecosystem of tools that include digital and physical products that enhance productivity and the generation of ideas.