If You Happen To Be In London

Last year, and the year before, were successes to say the least. But, after the jump, see what makes this year‘s worth attending if at all possible:

Following on from the success of 2012’s inaugural Here symposium, we returned to the splendid surroundings of The Royal Geographical Society in the summer of 2013 to do it all over again. From Nelly Ben Hayoun and Adam Buxton to Kate Moross, Wayne Hemingway and Erik Kessels, our international line-up once again dazzled and delighted the audience with a series of engaging and exciting creative talks.

We have already noted our love for one of this year’s speakersCome see this guy in person!


Illustrator, graphic artist, and author Christoph Niemann is one of the most celebrated creative minds working today. His illustrations have appeared on covers of The New Yorker, Time, Wired and American Illustration, and since 2008 he has written and illustrated the hugely popular Abstract City column for The New York Times, where he examines contemporary politics, the economy, art and modern life. A member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale, and with clients like Google and MOMA in his portfolio, Christoph is a creative from the very top drawer.

@abstractsunday www.christophniemann.com

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