PSU Graphic Design students had a workshop with Adam R. Garcia. The day was spent talking about the future of design; how design is changing because of technology, where social media is heading visually - and most importantly - creating timeless and valuable work. During the workshop, we thought it would be fun to pull Adam aside and ask him a few questions concerning his work and the work he's doing for TED. The final piece for the upcoming show will be a collaboration effort of all the students who attended the workshop, and will be displayed in book format for the show.
It was great spending time with Adam, and talking amongst a group of people who are curious and eager to solve future design problems. I think we all left a little more optimistic about the future. Thanks Adam!
His thoughtful process, evident even in brewing a cup of coffee.
His easy manner, even with those stressed toward production.
His commitment to excellence, apparent in every detailed drawing, adjusted structure, selected fabric.
We live in a time where anything is possible and anything can be built - as long as we can bring together the right people around the right ideas.
Startup Weekend is a global initiative that brings together passionate individuals with unique skill sets and experiences, then challenges them to turn their ideas into reality over the course of a weekend.
This film captures the journey of two participants at Startup Weekend in Toronto: Ronan Levy (Delirious App) and Eugene Woo (Vizualize.me), and explores what it means to live the life of a startup entrepreneur.
‘Startup Weekend’ was screened at Startup Weekend Toronto on Friday November 18th 2011.