WantedDesign Presents PechaKucha Featuring Trove

By Lucy


PechaKucha presentations have won over audiences with their concise and creative concept. It’s a simple one: 20 images are presented for 20 seconds each. Originally founded in Tokyo in 2003, PechaKucha has since become a worldwide phenomenon and made fans of creatives everywhere, and New Yorkers will soon be able to catch one for themselves! MAD and WantedDesign are teaming up to present a PechaKucha entitled “Design, Materials and Process: a US panorama” on Tuesday, March 19th.

The evening will showcase a range of designers participating in May’s WantedDesign, including Trove designer Randall Buck. A multi-media artist who works in time-based media, Buck envisions patterns from an architectural perspective. He believes that engaging technology helps to push his designs beyond conventional manufacturing limits and creates tactile, distinct, and inspired designs. As Trove, Buck and fellow Co-founder Jee Levin have elevated the category of wallpaper with their signature large-scale patterns by interpreting the wall as an open canvas.

The event is free, but space is limited, so be sure to RSVP here!

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