Glug Xmas, Passionate about creativity
At this time of year it is hard to keep motivated, when you already have one eye clearly focussed on the settee and a mince pie. It’s doubly hard for creatives, when the long year has squeezed them dry of ideas. That’s why the Glug Xmas event glugevents.com is so well timed. It’s located at fabriclondon.com near Farringdon, which makes it easy for even us out-of-towners to be able to participate. I have been to a few Glug events and have always left in better shape than I went in. It really feels relaxed and unforced – the creatives talk to you with different levels of comfort and confidence, but always with passion for their job and the community that Glug is trying to promote.
The line-up consists of 9 great speakers: some names I recognise, be that the company or the individual, and some I don’t, but the quality and diversity is always very high.
It’s well worth taking the time to check out the site and seeing what some of the best companies in the UK are up to.
Jon Humphreys from The Neighbourhood.
Adam Jenns from Mainframe.
Jason Bruges will be talking about one permanent piece the Digital Fountain at Westfield.
Jason Tozer – Talking about photographing Diamonds.
Studio Output will be will be talking about the new set of promos they’ve launched.
Mr Bingo insults people for money!
Alex Maclean from Airside and an end of an era.
Georgina Milne and Daniel Soltis from Moving Brands show use how they made a 3D printed chocolate advent calendar.