Here is a fast-paced festival of creativity held at London's Royal Geographical Society where we give great creative talents a platform to share their insights and inspirations. With more than 600 delegates from across the creative industries, Here has become an exciting addition to the annual conference calendar.
Longtime friend of It's Nice That Kate Moross is a graphic artist and art director who is much sought-after by commercial and editorial clients alike. She spoke at Here about the "DIY Punk Ethos" and how the new rules of the game are opening up a world of opportunities for enterprising creatives.
Uploaded 12 September 2013
At Here Stuart Wood of rAndom International charted the studio's longstanding interest in playing off human interaction, spoke about the challenges of balancing the artist and the coder inside him and gave us some insights into the wildly popular Rain Room at The Barbican.
Uploaded 02 October 2013
Berlin-based 3D illustrator Sarah Illenberger joined us at Here 2013 to explore how she rethought traditional perceptions of her craft to develop a weird and wonderful portfolio ranging from satirising the plastic surgery craze through fine art to representing "masculine measurements" in unexpected ways.
Uploaded 09 October 2013
Editorial designer Mark Porter who oversaw the redesign of The Guardian newspaper and its digital output spoke at Here 2013 about his unusual route into the industry, his design philosophy and how the fast-shifting digital age impacts on his profession, both in terms of challenges and opportunities.
Uploaded 16 October 2013
From Kanye West and Lady Gaga to the 2012 Olympics Closing Ceremony, Es Devlin is the go-to stage and set designer for engaging, inspiring and jaw-dropping visual treatments. At Here 2013 she spoke about how a random moment at a wedding set off a train of thought about her creative approach, taking us through some of her projects and considering how the digital age has changed the way we think.
Uploaded 23 October 2013
Oscar Romagosa and Nicolás Méndez of uber-cool Barcelona-based directors collective CANADA gave us the most meticulous insight into the way they work. Using the example of the video for the Phoenix single Trying To Be Cool, they took us through every step of their creative journey; from the first doodles to the final, rip-roaring piece.
Uploaded 30 October 2013
At Here 2013 digital and online art pioneer Rafaël Rozendaal gave us an insight into his past projects, why he finds working in this medium so exhilarating and why he also likes to experiment with work that combines the digital and the physical.
Uploaded 14 November 2013