Thursday, March 15, 2012

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The Art of Blue Sky show that was originally exhibited at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Massachusetts is moving to Manhattan later this month. On April 24th I will have the pleasure of giving a talk on character design right here on my home turf. I have never done a lecture solely on character design and look forward to showing some of my own work, along with that of other designers who inspire me. If you care to join me for the event (and drinks afterward in the Society's swell bar!) then follow this link and buy a ticket!

10 comments:

  1. Paff! I'd so attend if I wasn't a continent away at the very bottom of Africa. I've admired your work since...since....the beginning of time itself! :)

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  2. I would loove to attend. You should come to Seattle with that lecture!

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  3. Come to Ruddertowne, DE!! There may not be a lot of people interested in character design down here, but there are lots of characters, and several swell bars. :)

    Seriously, it's very tempting. Even more reason to go to NYC. Will the lecture be recorded?

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  4. Please come to Paris ! =)
    But good luck anyway for the lecture !

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  5. Very awesome! I finish my school year on the 20th; in an ideal world things will pan out so that I'd be able to make this on my journey back home. Doubtfully things will work out as such though, but perhaps I'll be able to get to seeing the exhibit at a later date, if nothing more!

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  6. man I need to go to there- I guess that could be a tax write off haha research!

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  7. I'm looking forward to this very much! I bought my tickets the day I read this post, and additionally I'm excited for the Blue Sky exhibit. See you there! Kind of a fan question, but will there be a meet and great following the lecture?

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  8. Hello Peter,

    Very much enjoyed your lecture tonight!
    When I arrived at the Society for the lecture you were getting ready to leave (!) but glad you decided to stay ;)
    Full of inspiring talk and smooth slides!
    Thank you and hope there will be more lectures in the future!

    Cheers,
    Junko

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