The DCS & SAA welcome illustrative designer extrordanaire, Von Glitschka!

Artwork Via: Von Glitshka

The Dayton Creative Syndicate, The School of Advertising Art and Scott Hull Associates are proud to sponsor and thrilled to announce that the one, the only Von Glitschka is coming to Dayton on November 11. Make plans to join us for this very exciting and special DCS event as we hear Von inspire and educate us about integrating illustrative design into the creative process. Von spoke about illustrative design at the 2008 HOW Design Conference in Boston.

Don’t miss the opportunity to experience this one-of-a-kind speaker presentation right here in Dayton! Space is limited be sure to register online early to reserve your seat today!

Time: November 11 @ 6:00pm (arrive early to register and sign in)
Venue: School of Advertising Art

Registration cost:
DCS members – $5
Non-members – $10
Students – $5

Become an “illustrative designer”
Add illustration to your design repertoire! Illustrative designer Von Glitschka will teach you several systematic illustrative design methods you can immediately integrate into your design process. You’ll not only expand your creative potential, you’ll also be far better equipped to handle your next great concept, even if it does include illustration.

As Von explained in a recent interview with How Magazine, “An ‘illustrative designer’ is a creative person who uses his brain as his primary tool. This person adheres to a systematic creative process that focuses on idea-building and conceptual drawing to work out their design solutions. Birthing ideas, refining those ideas, and locking in unique and original directions before they ever touch the computer to create their art.”


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