Hello again! 2020 has started and we are committed to organise at least 4 editions of Let’s Talk Design this year (Antwerpen, Gent, 2x Brussel). After organising these events since 2013 we’ll be introducing new hosts for some of the events. The first new host of 2020 is Chiel De Cuyper, He will be hosting and co-curating our Ghent edition.
Another thing that will change is that the number of student tickets will be limited for some locations because of the capacity.
So, for all of you who have been visiting our events. Thank you! Let’s Talk Design wouldn’t be possible without you.
After roaming around with our conference Let’s Talk Design in the past years, we finally have found a partner that can provide locations in each city. Perfect!
Continue reading Location, location, location
Belgian Illustrator Eleni Debo who was one of our speakers at Let’s Talk Design 18 in Antwerpen has won the prestigious World Illustration Award in the Editorial category.
Continue reading Eleni Debo wins prestigious World Illustration Award
A couple of years ago we launched our portfolio section on the website, in a time when local initiatives were underrepresented.
Continue reading Goodbye portfolios 😢 Hello future!
On June 20th we will host our 21st edition of Let’s Talk Design in Antwerpen.
Let’s Talk Design is a series of evenings with speakers from the creative sector talking about their work. At our events we let established creatives talk about their work next to young & upcoming talent. Our events are all about getting inspired and connect with fellow creatives in an open low-key environment.
Continue reading Let’s Talk Design & Studio Tour— Antwerpen
2018 was a good year for the Creative Network blog, we published 17 interviews with creatives, bringing the total to 74 interviews on our blog. Here are the 3 most popular ones. Continue reading Our most popular interviews with creatives of 2018
After working with 3rd parties to give an overview of jobs in the creative industry we finally decided to implement our own job board Creative Jobs.
Continue reading Introducing our job board Creative Jobs
Logo x Logo is the latest publication by Roel Stavorinus. The book features 59 designers that present their own favourite designed logo next to a favourite from a colleague. It gives a nice insight into what designers like about a well-designed logo. Continue reading Logo x Logo
Letters As Symbols, originally conceptualized in 1991 by Belgian graphic designer Paul Ibou. It has remained an unpublished project for decades, until now. Continue reading Letters As Symbols