The Grand Illustration Recap of LeWeb 2011

 

This year we tried something completely new and found out that you loved it so much - one attendee even started her own : 

Illustrating LeWeb 2011 with....

JESS3

JESS3 made grand summaries of every day of LeWeb in a multitude of colors that you can find on our Flickr album.

Thank you to Jim Hollander, Leslie Bradshaw, Jesse Thomas, and team for their beautiful work

DAY 1

JESS3-LEWEB-DAY01-FINAL-RED

 

DAY 2

JESS3 LEWEB DAY 2 White Final

DAY 3

JESS3 LEWEB DAY 3 Blue Final

THE GRAND SUMMUM

Final Image JESS3 @LeWeb Black

2011 vs 2010

Final Image JESS3 @LeWeb 2011 vs 2010 White

LiveSketching.com

Thank you to Daniel Nobre, Miguel Muñoz Duarte, and Carla Fonsecafor from LiveSketching.com their hand-drawn live sketches of every day of LeWeb.

They also put together a presentation of the collection:

Real-time hand-drawn live sketches at LeWeb'11

 
A LeWeb '11 attendee, we started seeing her drawings through her tweets! Esther came to LeWeb with the Startup Bus that drove from Amsterdam, to Copenhagen, to Berlin and Zurich and finally Paris, and was sitting in the audience sketching and tweeting each drawing to her favorite speakers.
When asked about her sketches, Esther said:

"I started taking sketch notes instead of notes years ago, in fact i even did it in college, its just my way of thinking really. It helps me see connections and a story line. I elaborated them somewhat some years ago on a Future of Web design conference where one of the speakers asked me to please put them online. Ever since I sketch on several conferences where I get hired to do so, I only do it when the subject is in my line of expertise though.(I am an information and communication strategist and I often use drawings to get things across)"

You can get in touch with her (or hire her for a conference ;) ) via her blog or follow her on Twitter

Leweb2011

 
 
 
 

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