This episode is the first in a renewed longer interview format where I have a conversation with a designer to find out what makes them tick.Continue reading Shorts with Laura Bergans of design studio Bureau Boschberg
Join us on November 30 in Antwerp! Edition 27 of Let’s Talk Design takes place at the Zuiderpershuis. As always this will be a relaxed evening program with 4 speakers and some time to meet fellow creatives.
In this episode, I ask Tessa Persoons and Lauwri De Pater of design studio LOBSTER a couple of questions. Tessa and Lauwri met at Famous, an advertising agency in Brussels where they found their mutual connection in design and humor.
In this episode, I ask Brussels-based illustrator Julie Hoyas 6 questions. Julie worked at an animation and motion design studio and slowly moved into working as a freelance illustrator.Continue reading Shorts with illustrator Julie Hoyas
In this second episode of Let’s Talk Design Shorts, I ask 6 questions to London-based designer illustrator Xavier Segers.Continue reading Shorts with designer illustrator Xavier Segers
In this first episode of Let’s Talk Design Shorts, I ask 6 questions to Belgium-based Peter Serruys. Peter started his career as a cook and moved on to become a 3D Artist.Continue reading Shorts with 3D Artist Peter Serruys
After watching our interview readers decline over the years I’ve realised it’s time to change our format. Making the interviews more accessible for a bigger audience. So you can enjoy an interview wherever you are.Continue reading Introducing the first episode of our new interview format
Join us on June 8th in Gent for edition 26 of Let’s Talk Design. As always this will be a relaxed evening program with 4 speakers and some time to meet fellow creatives.
As always this will be a relaxed evening program with 4 speakers out of the creative industry and some time to meet fellow creatives.
— Frank Schouwaerts, Design Director at Mutant™
— Illustrator Ann-Sophie De Steur
— Simon D’haenens, Design Lead at DOGSTUDIO/DEPT®
— Illustrator Saman Dezai A.K.A. KID KURA (NL)
When I designed the current Creative Network logo back in 2012 the focus was on creating a portfolio platform for creatives, so the logo was designed to be more neutral Blending in with the work of the portfolios. Since then Creative Network moved more into the direction of organising events.
And so after +10 years of using our square logo it is time to move forward and introduce a new logo for Creative Network. One that feels more bold and has more character, a new monogram that works on any platform.
Hope you all like it.