Dear friends of Let’s Talk Design. Due to these uncertain times, we made the decision to restart the events in 2021. That means that we will make new planning for next year with the same speakers, and the same location for the events.
If you already bought a ticket for this year we will send you a code before the end of this year that you can use to book your new ticket. You can use that code for any of the editions next year.
We will keep you in the loop when we have confirmed the new dates! That should be quite soon, although because of these uncertainties we are not sure if we are able to host events the coming year.
That’s why we are working on something different at the same time. Be safe and we hope to see you soon!
How did it all start?
With graffiti, when I was 14. I sucked at it though. Got caught when I was 16. Had to pay a lot of money. Wasn’t fanatical enough to keep going, but I kept drawing.
Continue reading 5 Questions with Rogier van der Zwaag
Meet Chiel De Cuyper, your new host and co-curator of Let’s Talk Design in Ghent. To give a proper introduction I thought it was a good idea to ask him a couple of questions to get to know him.
Continue reading Introducing your new host in Ghent
How and when did you start drawing?
I graduated as a fine artist, around 2009 I believe, from the HKU (Fine Art School in Utrecht), where I focussed on painting. I created abstract, geometrical and precise work. To pay my rent I decided to make drawings to earn more money. The drawings would take less time since my paintings took weeks, mostly months to finish. I never thought I would fall in love with drawing eventually. Drawing enables me to awaken the stories in my head. My love for nature and her diversity in flora and fauna can get a stage. To my drawings, I can add sounds and movement and motivates my imagination endlessly.
Continue reading 6 Questions with illustrator Sasa Ostoja
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
Henry never liked school, he likes to have calm and green surrounding him when he is not at the studio. He likes the smell of the seasons, especially in early spring. He’s a big fan of pop culture and music, he always has his headphones on. And just like many creative people, he is an overthinker. Something that pushes him forward and at the same time puts a lot of pressure on him. He is a son, but also a dad, and a boyfriend. Henry is proud of what the whole team achieved with Dogstudio so far, and at the same time, he is also endlessly unsatisfied. “I am always convinced we can do better. “
Continue reading An interview with Henry Daubrez of Dogstudio
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
Summer is here and that’s traditionally the time where you have more time for leisure. Time to read books, our interviews and to listen to podcasts! So I wanted to share some design/creativity/entrepreneurship related podcasts that you might not now ( a couple of them are Dutch spoken). Check out this list of podcasts and enjoy summer.
Continue reading 7 Podcasts on design, creativity & entrepreneurship