Shogo Ota of Tireman Studios shows samples of his fabulous music posters before leading us in making our own posters. Shogo is bringing one of his posters for a door prize.|
We'll have art supplies, but feel free to bring non-messy supplies of your own. Old magazines welcome. We will use various dry art media: paper, sharpies, crayons, pencils, collage to make a poster for your favorite music band.
We'll have art supplies, but feel free to bring some (non-messy) supplies of your own. Old magazines welcome.
Although Shogo hails from Japan, he has called the Pacific Northwest home for more than a decade. Shogo graduated with a BFA from the University of Idaho, which landed him an internship at Modern Dog.
For over five years Shogo whittled out ideas in five sketchbooks, helping Modern Dog with clients such as Seattle Aquarium, Blue Q, Live Nation, and Chronicle Books.
His faith in the sketchbook was also responsible for securing him a spot in Graphic: Inside the Sketchbooks of the World's Great Graphic Designers by Steven Heller and Lita Talarico.
His work has been featured in Communication Arts, The Stranger and The New York Times.
He teaches at the School of Visual Concepts and Makerhaus.
Free Parking. Brown bag it or explore the eateries around the Design Center including Molly's in the Atrium Building.
Entrance to the Plaza Building is on Orcas between 5th & 6th.
Take the elevator to the 1st floor then stairs or glass elevator to 2nd floor - Suite 292.
From the Atrium Building go up one floor, cross the Skybridge, take stairs or glass elevator to 2nd floor - Suite 292
More information: seattleguild(at)gmail(dot)com
Seattle Design Center-Plaza Building Suite 292 (View)
5701 Sixth Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98108
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|