LosAngeles/CreativeMornings with Bobby Solomon

Our November LosAngeles/CreativeMornings speaker is Bobby Solomon of Kitsune Noir on November 12th, 8.30am – 10am. (RSVP will open Friday November 5, 2010 at 11am over at losangelescreativemornings.eventbrite.com!)

Bobby is a Los Angeles based designer who runs Kitsune Noir, a culture blog that dabbles in art, design, food & fashion. Since it’s inception in 2007 Bobby has created severable notable projects such as The Desktop Wallpaper Project, which features the best contemporary artists and designers from around the world, creating wallpapers to liven up people’s computer desktops.

The event will be hosted at the Ford&Ching showroom in the historic Kim Sing Theatre in Chinatown. Not familiar with their space? Get ready for a real treat!

A big thank you to HUGE/Los Angeles for sponsoring breakfast.

And many thanks to Boxed Water Is Better for generously donating a few cases of their delicious and environmentally friendly boxed water.

RSVP will open up on friday, november 5, 2010 at 11am. (Space is limited and we will up quickly, so mark your calendars!)

CreativeMornings is a monthly morning gathering of creative types. Each event includes a 20 minute lecture, followed by a 20 minute group discussion. The gathering begins at 8:30am with the topic presentation starting at 9:00am and everyone taking off for work at 10am. CreativeMornings are free of charge! LosAngeles is now the third chapter and joins Zurich + NewYork/CreativeMornings.

The LosAngeles/CreativeMornings chapter is run by Jon Setzen.

5 Comments leave a comment below

  1. I like the idea of the creative morning bits. Do you know if any of them would be available via webcast, or in the Chicagoland area?

  2. I’m totally in love with KitsuneNoir. Hope you will post video. Wish I was there…

  3. i’m one of the lucky few that gets to see and hear from bobby on a daily basis – you should totally attend or tune in to this!

  4. Love this whole idea…and so excited there’s finally a creative morning in Los Angeles. But I am on the westside and I can’t get to the Chinatown at 8.30am…need a westside venue for this!

  5. I’m really late to share this but thanks for the event! It was my first “Creative Morning” and I loved it. I kept me inspired for the rest of the day and onto the weekend.

    Look forward to more of these events!
    Maybe I’ll contact Jon to see how I can get more involved :)