How do you make money from your art? Well, Liz Mac has a very unique take on this, and it has something to do with engaging your ideal audience in some surprising ways.
What is the intersection of design and show pitches? Rafael Ziah Franco had a lot to say about this. On April 23rd, more than 30 animators, designers, drawers and the curious took in his talk.
“The Imposter Syndrome: How to make it when you feel like you’re faking it. A talk for creatives” was given by Sunil Sarwal of The Small Monsters. Sunil spoke about his own journey dealing with Imposter’s Syndrome, and how it affected his education and career.
Seven teams went head to head to try and solve our quandaries. There was a mix of art-related trivia, easy-but-strange drawing challenges and some multi-media stumpers as well. Up for grabs: $25 cold hard cash!
On the evening of March 9th, an outstanding number of young designers, illustrators, and web creators came out for portfolio review night to have their portfolios reviewed. Volta Labs in downtown Halifax was filled to the brim with students, recent grads and young creative professionals looking for a variety of feedback on their work. It was a busy and satisfying event for everyone.
For over 4 years, designers, illustrators and doodlers have collaborated with us to create thematic posters. Created to promote meetups and special parties, here they are in no particular order:
June tends to be a quiet month for us at e3c so we thought it would be best to throw a fancy dress party for the hell of it. Held at the Radisson Suites bar, ’twas a spiffy event! Boy oh boy did the creatives come out, and in their finest no less!
Creative Pub Night is the revamped successor to the more traditional Drink and Draw. People hang out in a casual and social atmosphere to work, develop personal projects, or stretch their creative muscle. Here you will find shots of works in progress, studies, doodles, client projects and anything else attendees have worked on.