The Flickr music video

Last night Buzz Bruggeman stayed at my house. He had a book with him. I should have taken pictures of it. It was about 400 pages thick. It included tons of photos and other things from PopTech, the conference he had just attended. He told me every attendee got a personalized book. 500 or so.

It is simply the coolest conference swag I’ve ever seen. Google did the same thing from the Zeitgeist conference last year, but the PopTech one was better done and WAY faster (attendees had them within a few days of getting home).

Anyway, the rest of us don’t get a book, but we do get a Flickr music video that was played at PopTech.

7 thoughts on “The Flickr music video

  1. I was the artist who created the bulk of the artwork in the book, lovingly referred to as “The Artifact”.

    Each 30″ x 40″ acrylic painting was done in real time during the presentations. I set up a mobile painting studio the loge box above the stage at the Camden Opera House.

    Then the writers from AH-HA put their text on a wiki open to the participants to edit. Then the designers from C2 integrated photos by Asa Mathat (a vetran photographer of the D and TED conferences).

    HP printed the resulting design using their new Indigo Printing and fulfilment service. It broke the mold for how ideas are captured and delivered!

  2. I was the artist who created the bulk of the artwork in the book, lovingly referred to as “The Artifact”.

    Each 30″ x 40″ acrylic painting was done in real time during the presentations. I set up a mobile painting studio the loge box above the stage at the Camden Opera House.

    Then the writers from AH-HA put their text on a wiki open to the participants to edit. Then the designers from C2 integrated photos by Asa Mathat (a vetran photographer of the D and TED conferences).

    HP printed the resulting design using their new Indigo Printing and fulfilment service. It broke the mold for how ideas are captured and delivered!

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