This documentary offers proof that people are still creating physical objects by analogue means. Offering an insight into the work of top UK graphic artists and illustrators, exploring how they feel about the challenges of living in the digital age.
Whilst technology has enabled creatives to collaborate with others on a global scale, build an audience and work from the comfort of their own home they are still returning to analogue means of creating away from their computers.
Legendary British creatives such as Kate Moross, Anthony Burrill, Sam Arthur and Nobrow and Ed Cheverton all offer stimulating and thought provoking commentary to why so many young creatives are moving away from their computers and tablets and returning to traditional techniques.
The documentary will be premiering in New Zealand for the first time this month with limited tickets, so get in quick.
Auckland: Wednesday 10th June, Capitol Cinema
Wellington: Tuesday 16th June, Lighthouse Cinema Cuba
Christchurch: Wednesday 24th June, Academy Gold Cinema
For more information and tickets visit Design Assembly.
Design Assembly are also holding and ideation workshop with award winning screenwriter and playwright Kathryn Bennet on Friday 19th June at Studio One Toi Tu, Ponsonby.
She will offer and innovative take on traditional brainstorming technique to stimulate lateral thinking.
For tickets and more information visit Design Assembly.
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