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Despite the snow, nothing but good times at our first CAN I KICK IT? of 2016. Salute to all of those that trooped through the snow, Song Byrd for hosting, and everyone that helped to spread the word including our new media partners A Creative DC and Stereo Champions. To check out the full recap click here.
Please join us for our next CAN I KICK IT?, Tues. Jan. 26th at Song Byrd, as we screen the first movie in the cult classic series “IP MAN” starring martial arts icon Donnie Yen. For more info and to RSVP click here.
Here’s the second part of the content design package I developed for Lil So So Productions’ Nomads + Tribes New Year’s Event – a coat of arms. Each coat of arms (or badge) represents a cultural identity or tribe(s) that event attendees feel best represents them. The badges are then made available for people to engage the event, in addition to attending, where they’re encouraged to utilize the badge(s) as an avatar for their various social media.
Really looking forward to this event (produced by Risikat Okedeyi – who I’ve had the pleasure of working with on a range of her events), as I’m assisting with the creative marketing. Its called nomads + tribes and is a counter-culture New Year’s Eve event, meaning you’ll be treated to WAY more than your typical New Year’s song-and-dance. Check out the event details clicking here
Haven’t posted my design work in a MIN, but I’m pretty proud of this package I’ve been producing. Above is part of a content design and marketing package I’ve been developing for Lil So So Production’s (LSP) Nomads and Tribes New Year’s 2015 New Year’s event that’s taking place at a venue in Washington, DC called Song Byrd. Please note that LSP designed the n + t logo. For info about the event click here and to review the additional visual bios of the amazing DJs and performers click Read the rest of this entry
Salute to everyone that attended our listening parties in DC and NYC. Its always a fresh and humbling experience to meet those that dig the project. Thanks to Songbyrd (DC) and The Reed Space (NYC) for hosting and thanks also to everyone that helped to make them happen. We certainly appreciate your support. For more recap pics Read the rest of this entry