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General News / November 28, 2018

OFFSET announce first wave of 2019 speakers

General News / November 28, 2018

OFFSET announce first wave of 2019 speakers

The design festival settles into its new home of The Point Square from April 5-7 for its 10th edition.

 

OFFSET have made their first line up announcement and it’s already shaping up to be a who’s-who of creativity.

One of the top illustrators in the world Edel Rodriguez, Dublin-born, Brooklyn-based photographer Rich Gilligan, sound artist, designer and electronic musician Yuri Suzuki, creative director of Windmill Lane John Kennedy, director Aaron Duffy, Executive Creative Directors of advertising envelope-pushers Droga5 Felix and Alexander, illustrator Steve Simpson, photographer Gillian Hyland and street artist Joe Caslin are just the first crop of speakers.

As well as two stages of speakers there’ll be exhibitions, discussions and workshops throughout the venue. Check out their website for more details and to stay in the loop with forthcoming announcements.