Branding the Future
February, 7th 18:00-19:30 Sukhumvit 32, Rikyu in Jouer Gelman will address common misconceptions and lesser-known features of branding practice. He will share his recent work and respond to the audience’s questions. His presentation will be accompanied by a panel discussion with Mr. Mogi, founder of Rikyu, and the producer Mr. Goto. LIMITED SEATING. PLEASE, DM RIKYU INSTAGRAM. or email Rikyu Hair salon to book your seat. Complimentary service of Japanese street food and beverages will be available on site. Alexander Gelman is an American designer, creative director, entrepreneur, author, and philanthropist, based in New York and Tokyo. His work, widely shown around the world, is included in public and private collections. Among them The Smithsonian Institution, The Museum of Modern Art in New York, Bibliothèque National de France, Denver Art Museum, and Hermitage. Gelman serves as a guest professor at Yale University and MIT Media Lab. He had authored a number of books, articles, and was a subject of several monographs. In 2001 Gelman was listed among “the world’s most influential modern and contemporary artists in all media” by the Museum of Modern Art in New York. As communications’ strategy- and branding expert Gelman advises and leads strategic efforts for companies, institutions, and governments on solving complex organizational and structural issues, involving business, technology, and culture. Throughout his 30-year career, Gelman helped revolutionize many methods used in branding, marketing, journalism, publishing, and business. His clients range from Fortune 500 companies to global agencies, as well as media, municipalities, and NPOs. Most recently, Gelman undertook and completed his mission for modernizing Tokyo Airport Haneda (HND), the Japan’s oldest and largest. With over 200 businesses under his strategic and creative supervision, Haneda is currently listed among the top five airports in the world and placed at number one in several specific categories. #bkkdw2020 #jouer32 #sukhumvit32 #bangkokdesignweek #bangkokdesignweek2020 #gelman #alexandergelman #design #graphicdesign #branding #brandingthefuture
  • Fri 07 Feb 18:00–19:30
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