Never undertake Drawnalism in a language you don’t understand. Such is the advice offered by Dario Paniagua on LinkedIn and it is some advice which we can get right behind. Dario posted a piece candidly discussing a failure at work because of the issue outlined above, here. It is a good read but after agreeing […]
We were delighted to return to EuroPCom this year. The organisers have provided a very nice video summarising some of the enormous scope of activity at the annual EU communications event (immediately above). You’ll see some detail listed ten seconds into the video – over two days there were 15 workshops, seven lectures, four open sessions and 97 speakers from […]
#interreg25 celebration by @drawnalism. A bit of history before @CorinaCretuEU welcome speech in a few minutes pic.twitter.com/4IoflBGTZe — Corinne Wenner (@CocoDeBrux) September 15, 2015 To Belval in Luxembourg to draw the 25th birthday of the EU’s cross-border and inter regional cooperation projects, Interreg. At its heart, the story of Interreg might be defined the word at the middle of this […]
How to draw the exchanges of 700 people in only 48 hours? It was a big question suiting a grand project and we were delighted to accept the opportunity to answer it. The prestigious event asking us the question was the launch of EU’s funding programme for 2014-2020 for the whole of the Mediterranean region. And […]
We were recently commissioned to draw at The Human Factor, a colloquium on the use of social sciences (such as anthropology and epidemiology) in the treatment of tropical diseases.