2010 San Francisco
Friday, October 8, 2010
Pre-Show: Show&Tells - 6PM
Main Event: Doors open 7PM; Show starts at 8PM
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Must be 21+ to attend
Tickets: Advance Online: $15.00; Block of 4: $13.50 per ticket; At the Door: $20.00
Tickets provide access to all programs including Show&Tells and the Tournament.
2010 TOUR CITIES
SAN FRANCISCO TEAM
ANTHONY GRANT Artist, graphic designer, DJ, wiffleball legend. As a designer, Anthony has created advertisements, supplied art direction and design for some of the worlds best brands such as Electronic Arts, Virgin America, Starbucks, Mobi TV, Gordon Rees, San Francisco Business Times, Mitsubishi, Nike and more. When he is not doing commercial work, Anthony works on his personal art & design projects that explore the effects of messages ( advertising ), the value of objects ( money ).
Artist, graphic designer, DJ, wiffleball legend. As a designer, Anthony has created advertisements, supplied art direction and design for some of the worlds best brands such as Electronic Arts, Virgin America, Starbucks, Mobi TV, Gordon Rees, San Francisco Business Times, Mitsubishi, Nike and more. When he is not doing commercial work, Anthony works on his personal art & design projects that explore the effects of messages ( advertising ), the value of objects ( money ).
Sunshiney San Francisco wakes up to memories of gold-rushing crazes, rainbow-striped protests, and summers of love.
In its long history as a leading city on the Pacific, this old town’s been knocked down more than once—earthquakes and fires, bursting dot-com bubbles—and always gotten back on its feet. Today, the City by the Bay stands tall as a bastion of liberal attitudes, free spirits, and open arms. Hills nestled against lapping waves and streets bustling with geek savants, bon vivants, cosmopolites, and one of the largest creative communities in the world, San Francisco brings its fair share of aesthetic genius to the tournament.
COLIN MUTCHLER & DONALD KOIDE
Short Description: As part of pro-bono project by brand innovation firm Addis Creson, Colin and Donald will walk through the evolution of the visual identity for Compostmodern, the biennial conference at the intersection of sustainability and design presented by AIGA SF.
Bio: Colin Mutchler is the VP of Digital Experience at Addis Creson, and is passionate about how creative communication and the internet can accelerate positive social change. Donald Koide is a Designer at Addis Creson and is currently completing his Masters of Fine Arts in Graphic Design at the Academy of Art in San Francisco.
Curated by AIGA SF
Short Description: Mike will breakdown a project he worked on a couple years ago called The Experiment and address the hurdles his team encountered on production: make stop motion look fluid, orchestrating hundreds of elements into a cohesive look, marrying the work of three artists seemlessly for complex scenes. He will also break down his contribution layer by layer and show tricks that helped him animate faster.
Bio: I create motion graphics for commercials by day-- and direct experimental films by night.
Curated by Motionographer
Description of presentation: Think you can't do much with a 3D program in 15 minutes? Think again. Montreal-based designer Patrick Goski will inspire your inner 3D artist with interactive design exploration into typography, motion graphics and a little character animation. Pat will dazzle you with his tool-of-choice, CINEMA 4D.
Bio: Patrick Goski, aka "The Dreadlocked Canadian 3D Overlord," is a Montreal-based motion graphics artist and instructor for Cineversity.com. He developed an unconventional love for CINEMA 4D while in high school, had a brief affair with painting at Emily Carr University of Art and Design, and has since returned to his high school sweetheart. He has trained artists at FX, Bravo, MTV Canada, CTV, and has performed as a demo monkey all over the states. Keep your hands and feet away.
Curated by Maxon