Last Friday’s Hothouse Talk introduced the work of illustrator and designer Sofia Clausse. I enjoyed the talk because I felt Sofia talked really candidly about her work and I really liked the insight she provided into her creative thought process.
Last week’s Hothouse Talk was delivered by what I thought to be a very concise yet honest Alice Moloney who divulged on how she went from studying Illustration at university to being a creative at Anyways.
A Great “Fucking” Talk
The Hothouse talks are a bit hit and miss with me and I tend to only ever get around to blogging about the ones I enjoy because they are the most memorable. Last Friday’s talk with Craig Oldham was very memorable not just because of his overuse of the word “Fuck” but because he took an interesting approach to how he talked to us, not by showing many of his different projects but just one, one that was very personal to him.
Many of the hothouse talks I end up going to, I don’t blog about. Purely because nothing said in them is particularly memorable or resonates with me in any way so I just forget to do it. However this week’s talk was with Lakwena and it was by far my favourite talk
Today was the second of the Hothouse talks, with Paul Jenkins, who spoke rather remarkably about process. I personally find that the process that culminates into the final polished outcome, is the most important part of working on an idea because it is where I learn the most. Whether this be from
Emily Gosling from It’s Nice That, came in today, for what was the first of the Hothouse Talks for the year. She divulged information about the way in which they