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Indonesian Batik

BY YUDHINIA VENKANTESWARI
@ VOL 93 ON JUN 27, 2012

UNESCO designated Indonesian Batik as a "Masterpiece of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity" on October 2, 2009. What distinguishes it from other manual wax-resist dyeing technique is that traditional Indonesian Batik uses "canting," a bamboo pen with copper wax container, as a tool to draw a pattern with melted wax on a piece of cloth. Another technique used is "cap," which is to create a shape of melted wax with a copper stamp. The waxing and dyeing is then repeated to get the desired colored patterns. (in English)

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Drawing Tokyo

BY LUIS MENDO
@ VOL 122 ON FEB 20, 2015

Do you love Tokyo?

Self-proclaimed “draw-er” Luis Mendo speaks about the numerous artists who joined him in creating a beautifully illustrated summary of life in Tokyo. Their efforts were compiled, along with some thoughtful writings, in the latest issue of what is typically an architectural magazine: MAS Context.

"Presentation of the Day" on March 20, 2015.

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Shadows and Light - Architecture, Abroad in Japan

BY WOODBURY UNIVERSITY
@ VOL 125 ON MAY 28, 2015

In referring to Japan's intrinsically and simultaneously traditional and futuristic duality, Woodbury University architecture students on a Japan study away trip ask, "are the shrines and neon places separate from each other?"

They draw attention to architectural examples they discovered in their time in various Japan cities that highlight the focus of their studies, shadows and light.  

 Come and find the correlations with them!

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Drawing from Technology, Illustrating from Life

BY LUIS MENDO
@ VOL 131 ON DEC 16, 2015

"Put your hand up, the people who can't draw ... I want to ask these people: Can you make an egg? Can you write your name? Before you could that, you could draw." 

If you know the vociferously talented illustrator Luis Mendo, you know just how many pages he fills daily with beautiful, lively drawings In a very special presentation from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 131, he shows off 20 drawings he made entirely on the iPad Pro, all with the Apple Pencil. As encouraging as ever, Luis shows us that everyone has the potential within themselves to draw — you just have to get out there and put pencil to paper (or iPad)!

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Dumb, Lazy, and Unruly Perfectionist

BY VASCO MOURÃO
@ VOL 132 ON JAN 27, 2016

“If you told me six years ago that I could do this I would never believe you… Because really, I’m lazy as a panda, I'm not very smart, and I have difficulty focusing on one thing at one time. So i had to create a system, a strategy to sit and draw, because I really love to draw. ”

In Dumb, Lazy, and Unruly Perfectionist from PechaKucha Night Tokyo’s 132nd Volume, Speaker Vasco Mourão, an Architect turned illustrator with a tendency for obsessive drawing and detail, explains his creative process. The Barcelona-native explains that by keeping a simple, manageable, distraction free routine, he argues that one does not have to be very smart or productive to produce great works.

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Friday, February 19th, 2016. 

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A Sunday

BY MARIYA SUZUKI
@ VOL 133 ON FEB 24, 2016

“I’m a little late, so by the time I get there everyone's a little tired and all the food is gone. so I'm drinking by myself –this big can of asahi super dry– and I’m trying to talk to them.”

In A Sunday from PechaKucha Night Tokyo’s 133rd volume speaker and Illustrator Mariya Suzuki tells the story of an ordinary day in a fantastic life!. Sunday, February 7, 2016 was a typical day in her life that could be illustrated in 20 drawings– drawings that could be described as anything but typical! See Mariya put on her shoes, space out at a cafe, meet some people, and get drunk and sleepy towards the end of the night... all through the “lens” of her fantastic drawing style.

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Friday, March 4th, 2016.

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119 Portraits

BY MIHO OTA
@ VOL 133 ON FEB 24, 2016

“My birthday in 2014, i started asking all my friends to draw me. I set three simple rules: 1) don’t look at others until you’re done with yours 2) draw me on the spot 3) you can not use erasers”

In 119 Portraits from PechaKucha Night Tokyo’s 133rd Volume, Speaker, freelance writer, and sake lover Miho Ota detailed a project from which she had learned a great deal. On her birthday in 2014, Miho had decided to start a portraiture project, asking her artist friends to draw her portrait in a small sketchbook. The rule was simple: draw her on the spot, no erasers, and no looking of others until you finish yours. By her following birthday, Miho had a collection of 119 amazing portraits with countless stories attached to them.

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Two Color World

BY CHIYUN YEH
@ VOL 135 ON APR 27, 2016

In "Two Color World" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 135, Illustrator Chiyun Yeh explains the counterintuitive artistic freedom of restricting her work tools to just 2 color simple ballpoint pens to draw the beautiful people and places and share the imaginative stories inside her immediate world. 

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You Can't Draw, But Nobody Can Draw Like You

BY KARAN SINGH
@ VOL 136 ON JUN 02, 2016

"I found out that it was so much more interesting in doing everything wrong and developing a style and aesthetic that way, rather than getting things right the first time."
 
Karan Singh is an Australian artist, illustrator, and animator and living in Tokyo. In his presentation "You Can't Draw, But Nobody Can Draw Like You" from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 136, he shares some of this vibrant and impactful works, representing a modern interpretation of optical art, conveying pattern and depth through minimal palettes. Despite having a decade of work under his belt, he confesses that he doesn't know how to draw. Have a look, and join us in begging to differ on that point.

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Friday, July 24th, 2016. 
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The Complete Guide to Drawing

BY ADRIAN HOGAN
@ VOL 148 ON JUN 22, 2017

Some draw or paint to make a social statement, others want to express their love or commitment to a theme, and still others seek subjects that are whimsical and fun. Illustrator Adrian Hogan simply loves to draw. This thursday night, he goes into depth on why he thinks you too should draw and how you can start.

 

SITEWIDE Search Results: “Pause Draw”

Jake Spicer
Author, Artist & Drawing Tutor in Brighton

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Hamilton @ The Atrium
Aug 17, 2011

PAST VOL 12

Lisbon @ Tribunal da Boa Hora
Oct 02, 2011

PAST VOL 7

Wakefield @ The Hepworth Wakefield
Oct 18, 2012

PAST VOL 44

Seattle @ Bellevue Arts Museum
May 03, 2013

PAST PechaKucha Event

Powered by PechaKucha @ Temple University Japan
Nov 25, 2017

PAST VOL 13

Sofia @ New Bulgarian University
Nov 18, 2015

PAST VOL 2

Hanover @ Museum August Kestner
Jun 22, 2018

PAST VOL 23

Regensburg @ Ostentor Kino
Oct 10, 2018

PAST VOL 11

Bergen @ Cornerteateret
Nov 16, 2018

02 OCT

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Trnava @ Malý Berlín

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Sketching is Fun

BY MARY MELISSA YOHN
@ VOL 17 ON NOV 06, 2015

Visions through sketching

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How Do I Draw That?

BY YAMEN ELGAMAL
@ VOL 25 ON AUG 09, 2015

Yamen Elgamel was in town visiting and stepped up to speak about how his artistic and illustration voice / style has evolved through the years. Tune in as Elgamel speaks to loving the Ninja Turtles, Michael Jackson, illustration, and utilizing all of these to find his personal style.

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How to Draw a Straight Line

BY DIANA PROBST
@ VOL 5 ON JUN 07, 2016

Diana Probst teaches you how to draw a straight line - and why to do it that way - in 1 easy step and 8 more difficult ones.

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La pause verte au bureau

BY CHARLES DE LA BOULAYE
@ VOL 28 ON JUN 29, 2016

Ciel mon radis c'est la pause verte au bureau. La start-up a developpé le premier potager d'intérieur pour cultiver basilic, menthe ou coriandre au bureau. Autour du potager, l'équipe de Ciel mon radis propose des ateliers de jardinage ou de cuisine avec les récoltes. Leur objectif est de favoriser les rencontres et les échanges dans les entreprises. On va semer !

>>> http://www.cielmonradis.com/

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Storytime: Run On

BY PENNY ANDREWS
@ VOL 9 ON SEP 02, 2015

Para-athlete and artist Penny Andrews doesn't only tell her story, she performs it! Look at the story and jump in!

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Pause

BY ROB WATSON
@ VOL 20 ON NOV 23, 2017

Do we ever stop and ask the question why do we do what we do?
 
Could it be that we are going about it the wrong way and there's a better way, a slower more thoughtful way to achieving a fulfilled life?
 
This is something that Rob Watson from Raw has been been exploring for the past few years. Listen as he shares his insights on how slowing down could get us where we want faster. 
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Draw Me Happy

BY JOSIE JO
@ VOL 30 ON MAY 02, 2018

Described as one of the smiliest people in Sussex, illustrator Josie Jo shares what inspires her illustrations and happiness! 

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Urban Sketchers

BY MICHAEL POPE
@ VOL 16 ON NOV 10, 2017

Urban Sketchers is a relatively new phenomenon that’s getting people drawing together around the world. Townsville has a group too and it’s recently celebrated its first birthday!

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Finding the 'Art' in Alberta

According to Dave Delibato, the easier it is to draw a province, the harder it is to live there, and in this presentation recorded at PechaKucha Night in Toronto Vol. 11, he attemps to find the 'art' in the province of Alberta.

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PK...le retour

Hi everyone!We're back on track and preparing the next event for you.we are curently working on the call for entries, dates and venues, the prensenters list, a new website and fb page! in the mean time, you can have a look at several presentations from the last events. We let you know very shortly!!!///Bonjour à tous!Nous sommes de retour en 2013 après une courte pause et préparons les prochains évènements.Nous travaillons actuellement sur l'appel à candidature pour la Pecha Kucha Night #5, les prochaines dates et lieux, la mise en route du nouveau site et la page fb! En attendant vous pouvez aller voir les présentations des dernières fois.A très vite pour plus d'infos!!!claire & julie    

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Get Lucky!

BAM and Pecha Kucha Seattle are teaming up for a night of conversation surrounding the theme: Luck of the Draw inspired by the Maneki Neko: Japan's Beckoning Cats – From Talisman to Pop Icon exhibit. The evening's program will feature local artists and presenters including Jet City Improv, Jason Walker, Rick Araluce, George Rodriguez, Iole Alessandrini, Casey Curran, Nichole Dement, and many more! Come one, come all - we can't wait to see you there!

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WISP - Weird Illuminated Sky Paintings

We know drones kill and deliver packages, but who knew they could create art? WISP or Weird Illuminated Sky Paintings is a collaborative project by three creative technologists, Brent Marshall, Partick Dinnen and Dre Labre. In "WISP - Weird Illuminated Sky Paintings" from PKN Toronto Vol. 28, we hear that they want to capture the idea of whimsy or the first time you draw your name with a sparkler. 

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Drawing Tokyo

Do you love Tokyo? Do you love drawing? Self-proclaimed “draw-er” Luis Mendo speaks about the numerous artists who joined him in creating a beautifully illustrated summary of life in Tokyo. In "Drawing Tokyo" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 122 wee see that their efforts were compiled, along with some thoughtful writings, in the latest issue of what is typically an architectural magazine: MAS Context.

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Drawing from Technology, Illustrating from Life

"Put your hand up, the people who can't draw ... I want to ask these people: Can you make an egg? Can you write your name? Before you could that, you could draw."  If you know the vociferously talented illustrator Luis Mendo, you know just how many pages he fills daily with beautiful, lively drawings. In Drawing from Technology, Illustrating from Life from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 131, he shows off 20 drawings he made entirely on the iPad Pro, all with the Apple Pencil. As encouraging as ever, Luis shows us that everyone has the potential within themselves to draw — you just have to get out there and put pencil to paper (or iPad)!

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Dumb, Lazy, and Unruly Perfectionist

“If you told me six years ago that I could do this I would never believe you… Because really, I’m lazy as a panda, I'm not very smart, and I have difficulty focusing on one thing at one time. So i had to create a system, a strategy to sit and draw, because I really love to draw. ” In Dumb, Lazy, and Unruly Perfectionist from PechaKucha Night Tokyo’s 132nd Volume, Speaker Vasco Mourão, an Architect turned illustrator with a tendency for obsessive drawing and detail, explains his creative process. The Barcelona-native explains that by keeping a simple, manageable, distraction free routine, he argues that one does not have to be very smart or productive to produce great works.

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19 Portraits

“My birthday in 2014, i started asking all my friends to draw me. I set three simple rules: 1) don’t look at others until you’re done with yours 2) draw me on the spot 3) you can not use erasers” In 119 Portraits from PechaKucha Night Tokyo’s 133rd Volume, Speaker, freelance writer, and sake lover Miho Ota detailed a project from which she had learned a great deal. On her birthday in 2014, Miho had decided to start a portraiture project, asking her artist friends to draw her portrait in a small sketchbook. The rule was simple: draw her on the spot, no erasers, and no looking of others until you finish yours. By her following birthday, Miho had a collection of 119 amazing portraits with countless stories attached to them.

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You Can't Draw, But Nobody Can Draw Like You

"I found out that it was so much more interesting in doing everything wrong and developing a style and aesthetic that way, rather than getting things right the first time." Karan Singh is an Australian artist, illustrator, and animator and living in Tokyo. In his presentation "You Can't Draw, But Nobody Can Draw Like You" from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 136, he shares some of this vibrant and impactful works, representing a modern interpretation of optical art, conveying pattern and depth through minimal palettes. Despite having a decade of work under his belt, he confesses that he doesn't know how to draw. Have a look, and join us in begging to differ on that point.

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In Pictures

"I like photos that have curious sort of perspective or make you pause and wonder what you are looking at..." In In Pictures from PechaKucha Night Huntsville Vol. 4, Stephen Locke shares his passion for photography and the world around him through a number of his favorite photos he has taken. His process is as opportunistic as his photographs are stunning.