Laurie Rosenwald

Laurie Rosenwald @rosenworld art, design, and mistakes on purpose workshops. http://instagram.com/rosenworld fun/ny distraction from reality- GOOGLE DESIGN NOTES podcast starring yours truly. https://design.google/library/design-notes-making-mistakes
funnier to read than you might expect:: http://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/19653/illustrator-profile-laurie-rosenwald-i-love-to.html Painter, graphic designer, principal of rosenworld. Actually rosenworld doesn’t exist, but was launched in 1995 anyway. Laurie also does humor writing, and writing which is only marginally funny. She’s done too many drawings for The New Yorker and The New York Times, and designed a whole bunch of stuff. Laurie divides her time between New York and Sweden, speaks Swedish like a native New Yorker, and played “Woman” on “The Sopranos,” a role she was born to play. How to make Mistakes on Purpose is her super fun workshop. Her books include All the Wrong People Have Self-Esteem, and New York Notebook. The next book may or may not be titled #whynotmetoo? She can draw circles around other people that draw circles, and claims to have won all the usual awards. No-one knows where the money goes. laurie teaches an incredibly popular workshop called “how to make mistakes on purpose.” animations https://vimeo.com/channels/1156365 stories https://medium.com/@rosenworld paintings http://www.laurierosenwald.com/ workshop http://www.mistakesonpurpose.com/

Painter, graphic designer, principal of rosenworld. Actually rosenworld doesn’t exist, but was launched in 1995 anyway. Laurie also does humor writing, and writing which is only marginally funny. She’s done too many drawings for The New Yorker and The New York Times, and designed a whole bunch of stuff. Laurie divides her time between New York and Sweden, speaks Swedish like a native New Yorker, and played “Woman” on “The Sopranos,” a role she was born to play. How to make Mistakes on Purpose is her super fun workshop. Her books include All the Wrong People Have Self-Esteem, and New York Notebook. The next book may or may not be titled #whynotmetoo? She can draw circles around other people that draw circles, and claims to have won all the usual awards. No-one knows where the money goes. animations https://vimeo.com/channels/1156365 stories https://medium.com/@rosenworld paintings http://www.laurierosenwald.com/ workshop http://www.mistakesonpurpose.com/

USA PHONE +1 9179073455 EUROPE PHONE +46 (0) 734162928 please visit http://www.rosenworld.com about EVERYTHING http://www.mistakesonpurpose.com about the WORKSHOP http://www.laurierosenwald.com about PAINTING and https://medium.com/@rosenworld about WRITING all inquiries: [email protected] more fun to read than you might expect:: http://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/19653/illustrator-profile-laurie-rosenwald-i-love-to.html http://www.creativedigest.co.uk/not-like-give-advice-please-not-listen-artist-ted-x-speaker-laurie-rosenwald/ LAURIE ROSENWALD Is a painter, author, and principal of rosenworld, a design, illustration and animation studio. Actually there is no studio, Miss Rosenwald usually works alone, and rosenworld doesn’t exist. In spite of this, www.rosenworld.com was launched in 1995. Laurie also does humor writing, and writing which is only marginally funny. Her motto is “No job too big, No job too small, No job too medium.” She’s done many, many drawings for The New Yorker magazine, The New York Times, and other publications. She collaborated with David Sedaris on a hilarious App, "David's Diary." https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/davids-diary/id454738569?mt=8 A recent book is titled “all the wrong people have self-esteem” and is published by Bloomsbury. It is an inappropriate book for young ladies, and frankly, anybody else. Her children’s book, And To Name But Just a Few: Red, Yellow, Green, Blue is the only book your family will ever need. She teaches a popular workshop called “How to Make Mistakes on Purpose” which she has held for Google and Starbucks, among others. Laurie paints with wax-a sadly misunderstood medium, much misused by hobbyists and housewives- anyone who enjoys the smell of burning flesh. Her paintings are featured here : www.laurierosenwald.com Links: http://www.amazon.com/Laurie-Rosenwald/e/B001JP3X3Q/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1401431974&sr=1-2-ent http://yourdreamsmynightmares.com/post/41011195027/your-dreams-my-nightmaresepisode- 041-an

Mission: bring chaos to your order

Operating as usual

New York: Epidemins väg över ritblocket
04/04/2020
New York: Epidemins väg över ritblocket

New York: Epidemins väg över ritblocket

”Bilden med handsprit gjorde jag den 6e mars. Alla var ute, folk gnuggade armbågar istället för att kramas. Det fanns andra som var rädda, själv var jag nog naiv den dagen. Rädslan kom senare. Nu ska man hålla minst tre meters avstånd när man möter vänner på gatan. Även på landet!”

fun/ny distraction from reality- GOOGLE DESIGN NOTES podcast starring yours truly.  LAUNCHES TODAY!https://design.google...
03/17/2020
Design Notes: Making Mistakes on Purpose - Library - Google Design

fun/ny distraction from reality- GOOGLE DESIGN NOTES podcast starring yours truly. LAUNCHES TODAY!

https://design.google/library/design-notes-making-mistakes-purpose/

Google Design Notes is a show about creative work and what it teaches us. In this episode, Liam speaks with illustrator, editorial designer, and author Laurie Rosenwald about how she’s managed to cultivate an aesthetic—and a career—around “making mistakes on purpose.” Learn how chaos and collage can come together to reveal unexpected creative potential, and let Rosenwald help make sure you’re never alone with a blank page.

#designnotes

#google

#graphicdesign

#mistakesonpurpose

#laurierosenwald rosenworld.com

#liamspradlin

#design

#artgallery

#artwork

#creativity
#creative

#illustration

How Illustrator Laurie Rosenwald uses chaos to create creative potential

SINCERITY-  for #THEATLANTIC
03/14/2020

SINCERITY- for #THEATLANTIC

someone to take a chance on me. my designs are fantasmo- which is a real word. but #licensing experts want a known quant...
02/17/2020

someone to take a chance on me. my designs are fantasmo- which is a real word. but #licensing experts want a known quantity and name- and i am full of brilliant surprises. look at #rosenworld and google my name and make up your own mind. i have no money, but time and our combined talents will make our fortunes. i need a smart #businesspartner please!

02/17/2020

someone to take a chance on me. my designs are fantasmo- which is a real word. but #licensing experts want a known quantity and name- and i am full of brilliant surprises. look at #rosenworld and google my name and make up your own mind. i have no money, but time and our combined talents will make our fortunes. i need a smart #businesspartner please!

01/06/2020
Laurie Rosenwald
12/29/2019

Laurie Rosenwald

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share the #joy

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#odetojoy #christmasjoy #joytotheworld #almondjoy #joydishwashingliquid #thejoyofsex #miraclemop #joyofcooking #joyperfume #jeanpatou #kinderjoy #satisfyingvideos #video #rosenworld

12/27/2019
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#odetojoy #christmasjoy #joytotheworld #almondjoy #joydishwashingliquid #thejoyofsex #miraclemop #joyofcooking #joyperfume #jeanpatou #kinderjoy #satisfyingvideos #video #rosenworld

12/27/2019
my #target posters in times square
12/20/2019

my #target posters in times square

don't you dare tell me i'm not a #graphicdesigner   #burgerchrist  #logo circa 1993
09/24/2019

don't you dare tell me i'm not a #graphicdesigner #burgerchrist #logo circa 1993

07/09/2019
In/Visible Talks

lets do this at cac august 20-30 when im there?

#TBT to when @rosenworld reminded us of the importance of rolling up your sleeves and using your hands. Follow her advice and join us at our #CreativeFlow Drink & Draw on July 23rd

#INVT
Watch her full talk https://buff.ly/2FNxu07

07/05/2019
In/Visible Talks

In/Visible Talks

#TBT to when @rosenworld reminded us of the importance of rolling up your sleeves and using your hands. Follow her advice and join us at our #CreativeFlow Drink & Draw on July 23rd

#INVT
Watch her full talk https://buff.ly/2FNxu07

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05/22/2019

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05/22/2019

hello #london!

actually last day is saturday night march 16,   5-8 pm......VISIT!
03/14/2019

actually last day is saturday night march 16, 5-8 pm......VISIT!

The bright and beautiful Color Pop! Exhibit by Laurie Rosenwald and Anders Wenngren closes this Monday! 🌈This art is a vote for beauty, for intelligence, for the sublime power of pure color. Aren’t we lucky to be able to see? Perhaps the most radical thing we can be in these dark times is cheerful. ☀️Be sure to check out this wide array of of vibrancy at our 21 Greenwich Ave location until March 18th, Mon-Fri, 5-8 PM, and Saturday 11 AM- 7 PM and Sunday 12-5 PM. Laurie Rosenwald @rosenworld @ New York, New York

COLOR POP! PAINTINGS by LAURIE ROSENWALD + ANDERS WENNGREN through Saturday, March 16.in association with @chashama http...
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COLOR POP! - Laurie Rosenwald + Anders Wenngren | Chashama

COLOR POP!
PAINTINGS by LAURIE ROSENWALD + ANDERS WENNGREN
through Saturday, March 16.

in association with @chashama
https://chashama.org/event/color-pop/

invites you to a colorful and possibly cacophonous
ART PARTY
Saturday, March 16, 5pm - 8pm

with LIVE MUSIC by JESUS H CHRIST AND THE FOUR HORNSMEN (at least two of them) OF THE APOCALYPSE from 5pm - 7pm.

21 Greenwich Avenue, New York, NY 10014
Corner of West 10th St.

Not only is COLOR POP! the only title that Wenngren and Rosenwald could both agree upon, but a pretty good description of a down-to-earth sensibility missing in the art world: “It Is What It Is.” While there is an important place for challenging,

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21 greenwich ave
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COLOR POP! paintings
@chashama
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at west 10 st.
february 22- march 18

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21 greenwich ave  weekdays 5-8 pm, laurie rosenwald + anders wenngren present: COLOR POP!  paintings @chashama 21 greenw...
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21 greenwich ave
weekdays 5-8 pm,
laurie rosenwald + anders wenngren present:

COLOR POP! paintings
@chashama
21 greenwich avenue
at west 10 st.
february 22- march 18

weekdays 5-8
sat 11-7
sun 12-5

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Painter, graphic designer, principal of rosenworld. Actually rosenworld doesn’t exist, but was launched in 1995 anyway.

USA PHONE WINTER +1 9179073455 EUROPE PHONE SUMMER +46 (0) 734162928 please visit http://www.rosenworld.com about EVERYTHING http://www.mistakesonpurpose.com about the WORKSHOP http://www.laurierosenwald.com about PAINTING and https://medium.com/@rosenworld about WRITING all inquiries: [email protected] more fun to read than you might expect:: http://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/19653/illustrator-profile-laurie-rosenwald-i-love-to.html http://www.creativedigest.co.uk/not-like-give-advice-please-not-listen-artist-ted-x-speaker-laurie-rosenwald/ LAURIE ROSENWALD Is a painter, author, and principal of rosenworld, a design, illustration and animation studio. Actually there is no studio, Miss Rosenwald usually works alone, and rosenworld doesn’t exist. In spite of this, www.rosenworld.com was launched in 1995. Laurie also does humor writing, and writing which is only marginally funny. Her motto is “No job too big, No job too small, No job too medium.” She’s done many, many drawings for The New Yorker magazine, The New York Times, and other publications. She collaborated with David Sedaris on a hilarious App, "David's Diary." https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/davids-diary/id454738569?mt=8 A recent book is titled “all the wrong people have self-esteem” and is published by Bloomsbury. It is an inappropriate book for young ladies, and frankly, anybody else. Her children’s book, And To Name But Just a Few: Red, Yellow, Green, Blue is the only book your family will ever need. She teaches a popular workshop called “How to Make Mistakes on Purpose” which she has held for Google and Starbucks, among others. Laurie paints with wax-a sadly misunderstood medium, much misused by hobbyists and housewives- anyone who enjoys the smell of burning flesh. Her paintings are featured here : www.laurierosenwald.com Links: http://www.amazon.com/Laurie-Rosenwald/e/B001JP3X3Q/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1401431974&sr=1-2-ent http://yourdreamsmynightmares.com/post/41011195027/your-dreams-my-nightmaresepisode- 041-an

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I am writing to introduce you to an idea- "How to make Mistakes on Purpose.” I have taught it for companies such as Starbucks, Google and Meredith Corporation. Anyone can do it. It is absolutely NOT just for designers. This is NOT a creativity workshop. Trying to be creative works about as well as trying to be charming. Sometimes I call it "What to do when it's too late to get burrs stuck on your pants and invent Velcro all over again." A STORY: One day Georges de Mestral went for a walk in the woods. He got some burrs stuck on his pants. He played around with ‘em. He thought, “What could this be?” And now we have Velcro. Here’s what he didn’t do: He didn’t sit down at a desk and think, “What this world needs is a better way of sticking stuff together! I’m going be creative! I will invent a new and exciting way of doing that!” But how can you plan those happy accidents? In the workshop, things will happen that will make you ask, “What could this be?” If you try very, very hard to create a good thing it will probably be bad. So let’s be bad. People invent new things, and have unexpected ideas. That is what HTMMOP is for. It has been taught for corporations such as Starbucks, Google, edenspiekermann, BrandTrust, American Greetings and Meredith Corporation, at the best art and design schools, and for the Prince of Sweden. Anyone can do it. I guarantee you will surprise yourself, and everybody else. Anywhere there is space and a spirit of curiosity will work. Also, it's just plain fun. VIMEO films link -do NOT share with the PARTICIPANTS please: https://vimeo.com/album/4503334 It thrives on word-of-mouth recommendations, but I hesitate to describe it. Because it's about surprise, it should be a surprise. There can be no syllabus. Here are some testimonials that say good things about it: Erik wrote to me about MISTAKES ON PURPOSE. We all really liked your style of work and felt the workshop was a great benefit for all at Edenspiekermann. Steven B. Cook edenspiekermann, Berlin Erik Spiekermann’s visual identity and design work is an instantly recognizable part of the world’s visual landscape. Erik is an award-winning designer, typographer and entrepreneur. He has been named Royal Designer for Industry by the Royal British Society of Arts and has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the German Design Council. https://www.edenspiekermann.com/about/ • We needed a good kick start for our first year in our graphic, product, architecture and fashion departments. Something that would completely sweep our students off their feet, make them less self-conscious and more spontaneous. They discovered something new within themselves. I would describe this as an aerobic class in invention. It was the perfect workshop for us. Sigridur Sigurjonsdottir Professor of Product Design Iceland Academy of the Arts • By encouraging me to make mistakes on purpose, Laurie showed me how to embrace my inner failure. In so doing, she introduced me to her own special kind of "failure judo", turning a perceived weakness into something personal, unique, and powerful. I'm now a much stronger designer. And woe shall befall my pathetic enemies now. Thanks, Laurie! Alex Isley Alexander Isley Inc. AGI Member http://www.alexanderisley.com/ Recipient of the AIGA Medal the highest honor of the design profession awarded for distinguished achievement and contributions to the field. • An important an completely unpredictable injection into our creative process. Björn Kusoffsky CEO & Founder Stockholm Design Lab AGI Member www.stockholmdesignlab.se • The most intense and creative workshop ever! Bravo! Pia Wall Graphic Designer GRAFILL Norway https://www.grafill.no/ • This workshop gives even the smartest student a totally new view on visual force and speed. It´s fun, fast and very useful! Tom Hedqvist Principal Beckmans College of Design Stockholm http://www.beckmans.se/en/ • Laurie Rosenwald runs the teaching workshop with no name, no direction and takes no prisoners. Make no mistake though, it works. It all makes no sense but complete sense too. Be afraid, be very afraid. Lawrence Zeegen Academic Programme Leader School of Arts and Communication University of Brighton Brighton UK • Laurie teaches by forcing—through the sheer power of her personality and in-your-face determination—everyone to let go of their preconceptions and to just draw, draw, draw. This workshop magically reveals that one of the worst ways to solve a problem is to set out to do just that. Like a rabbit out of a hat, Laurie reveals this surprising insight: Start with an answer, any answer will do—buttons, bows, squiggles, or beer cups—then go find the problem it solves. Greg Galle Co-founder and managing member, C2 San Francisco, California (Starbucks Workshop Organizer) • I wore a trashbag and had to express my impression of God in 30 seconds! I felt closer to David Byrne. This makes sense. Laurie's workshop changed my life forever. This is not an exaggeration. It is a fundamental thing. Nic Taylor Chief of Creative Endeavors OgilvyAction • Laurie's workshop is something between a wedgie and an epiphany— it's a bit uncomfortable while it's happening, but you walk away energized, inspired and looking at the world differently. CHRISTIAN HELMS THE DECODER RING DESIGN CONCERN • I worked with Laurie on a project at The Spikes (Asia's number one awards show) in April 2006. She was an engaging and energetic speaker who received top quartile reviews from the audience. Her insights and her practical approach really bought the speaker brief alive. David Mayo VP Advertising O&M Advertising Asia Pacific • MORE: BrandTrust, SEED, IDSA, Johnson&Johnson, GDC PICA Conference, CUSP Conference, Burns Group, WHITE Arkitekter, Artek and many other companies and conferences have offered it to their people. It has been taught at ArtCenter, AIGA National Conference, RISD, Moore College of Art, Brighton University, PROJECT M, Parsons School of Design, NYU, School of Visual Arts, AIGA Minnesota, AIGA PIttsburgh, AIGA Nebraska, Iceland Academy of Art, Beckmans, Konstfack, GRAFILL, and HDK. talks, etc: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpbyBGnFL9E&t=2s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zX6kC6KpCIw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWsagnCZIt0&list=PLS4eiWadUvGTwNopVDaGcEQg2iludL2Xd&index=3&t=0s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkasRIr18e8&index=4&list=PLS4eiWadUvGTwNopVDaGcEQg2iludL2Xd https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErY4Gh27ND4&list=PLS4eiWadUvGTwNopVDaGcEQg2iludL2Xd&index=13 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZXTO4BB1hM&t=8s www.mistakesonpurpose.com
I am writing to introduce you to an idea- "How to make Mistakes on Purpose.” I have taught it for companies such as Starbucks, Google and Meredith Corporation. Anyone can do it. It is absolutely NOT just for designers. This is NOT a creativity workshop. Trying to be creative works about as well as trying to be charming. Sometimes I call it "What to do when it's too late to get burrs stuck on your pants and invent Velcro all over again." A STORY: One day Georges de Mestral went for a walk in the woods. He got some burrs stuck on his pants. He played around with ‘em. He thought, “What could this be?” And now we have Velcro. Here’s what he didn’t do: He didn’t sit down at a desk and think, “What this world needs is a better way of sticking stuff together! I’m going be creative! I will invent a new and exciting way of doing that!” But how can you plan those happy accidents? In the workshop, things will happen that will make you ask, “What could this be?” If you try very, very hard to create a good thing it will probably be bad. So let’s be bad. People invent new things, and have unexpected ideas. That is what HTMMOP is for. It has been taught for corporations such as Starbucks, Google, edenspiekermann, BrandTrust, American Greetings and Meredith Corporation, at the best art and design schools, and for the Prince of Sweden. Anyone can do it. I guarantee you will surprise yourself, and everybody else. Anywhere there is space and a spirit of curiosity will work. Also, it's just plain fun. VIMEO films link -do NOT share with the PARTICIPANTS please: https://vimeo.com/album/4503334 It thrives on word-of-mouth recommendations, but I hesitate to describe it. Because it's about surprise, it should be a surprise. There can be no syllabus. Here are some testimonials that say good things about it: Erik wrote to me about MISTAKES ON PURPOSE. We all really liked your style of work and felt the workshop was a great benefit for all at Edenspiekermann. Steven B. Cook edenspiekermann, Berlin Erik Spiekermann’s visual identity and design work is an instantly recognizable part of the world’s visual landscape. Erik is an award-winning designer, typographer and entrepreneur. He has been named Royal Designer for Industry by the Royal British Society of Arts and has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the German Design Council. https://www.edenspiekermann.com/about/ • We needed a good kick start for our first year in our graphic, product, architecture and fashion departments. Something that would completely sweep our students off their feet, make them less self-conscious and more spontaneous. They discovered something new within themselves. I would describe this as an aerobic class in invention. It was the perfect workshop for us. Sigridur Sigurjonsdottir Professor of Product Design Iceland Academy of the Arts • By encouraging me to make mistakes on purpose, Laurie showed me how to embrace my inner failure. In so doing, she introduced me to her own special kind of "failure judo", turning a perceived weakness into something personal, unique, and powerful. I'm now a much stronger designer. And woe shall befall my pathetic enemies now. Thanks, Laurie! Alex Isley Alexander Isley Inc. AGI Member http://www.alexanderisley.com/ Recipient of the AIGA Medal the highest honor of the design profession awarded for distinguished achievement and contributions to the field. • An important an completely unpredictable injection into our creative process. Björn Kusoffsky CEO & Founder Stockholm Design Lab AGI Member www.stockholmdesignlab.se • The most intense and creative workshop ever! Bravo! Pia Wall Graphic Designer GRAFILL Norway https://www.grafill.no/ • This workshop gives even the smartest student a totally new view on visual force and speed. It´s fun, fast and very useful! Tom Hedqvist Principal Beckmans College of Design Stockholm http://www.beckmans.se/en/ • Laurie Rosenwald runs the teaching workshop with no name, no direction and takes no prisoners. Make no mistake though, it works. It all makes no sense but complete sense too. Be afraid, be very afraid. Lawrence Zeegen Academic Programme Leader School of Arts and Communication University of Brighton Brighton UK • Laurie teaches by forcing—through the sheer power of her personality and in-your-face determination—everyone to let go of their preconceptions and to just draw, draw, draw. This workshop magically reveals that one of the worst ways to solve a problem is to set out to do just that. Like a rabbit out of a hat, Laurie reveals this surprising insight: Start with an answer, any answer will do—buttons, bows, squiggles, or beer cups—then go find the problem it solves. Greg Galle Co-founder and managing member, C2 San Francisco, California (Starbucks Workshop Organizer) • I wore a trashbag and had to express my impression of God in 30 seconds! I felt closer to David Byrne. This makes sense. Laurie's workshop changed my life forever. This is not an exaggeration. It is a fundamental thing. Nic Taylor Chief of Creative Endeavors OgilvyAction • Laurie's workshop is something between a wedgie and an epiphany— it's a bit uncomfortable while it's happening, but you walk away energized, inspired and looking at the world differently. CHRISTIAN HELMS THE DECODER RING DESIGN CONCERN • I worked with Laurie on a project at The Spikes (Asia's number one awards show) in April 2006. She was an engaging and energetic speaker who received top quartile reviews from the audience. Her insights and her practical approach really bought the speaker brief alive. David Mayo VP Advertising O&M Advertising Asia Pacific • MORE: BrandTrust, SEED, IDSA, Johnson&Johnson, GDC PICA Conference, CUSP Conference, Burns Group, WHITE Arkitekter, Artek and many other companies and conferences have offered it to their people. It has been taught at ArtCenter, AIGA National Conference, RISD, Moore College of Art, Brighton University, PROJECT M, Parsons School of Design, NYU, School of Visual Arts, AIGA Minnesota, AIGA PIttsburgh, AIGA Nebraska, Iceland Academy of Art, Beckmans, Konstfack, GRAFILL, and HDK. talks, etc: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpbyBGnFL9E&t=2s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zX6kC6KpCIw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWsagnCZIt0&list=PLS4eiWadUvGTwNopVDaGcEQg2iludL2Xd&index=3&t=0s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkasRIr18e8&index=4&list=PLS4eiWadUvGTwNopVDaGcEQg2iludL2Xd https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErY4Gh27ND4&list=PLS4eiWadUvGTwNopVDaGcEQg2iludL2Xd&index=13 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZXTO4BB1hM&t=8s www.mistakesonpurpose.com