Hear top local and international design professionals talk about their creative and innovative processes. Let them inspire you so you can go back home with renewed energy and creativity.
CoFounder, Partner & Chief Creative Officer at The D’Hamidi Partnership
Faraz Maqsood Hamidi is a multi-hyphenate creative tour de force. He is a professional writer and speaker, internationally published author, poet, visiting lecturer, columnist, and branding and identity specialist with over 25 years of diversified experience in the creation, development, management, and restructuring of world-class products and services into iconic brands for blue-chip clients across multiple categories.
Alongside his professional responsibilities, Mr. Hamidi is a visiting lecturer across a number of institutes and chief columnist for Aurora, the industry’s preeminent trade magazine, where he pens one of the world’s longest running columns on advertising, Above-the-Line.
After reading for his degree in Mass Communication from the College of Communication at Boston University, Mr. Hamidi trained with Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide (London/Singapore) and joined Saatchi Pakistan as Chief Creative in 1991. Since 1994, he is CoFounder, Partner and Chief Creative Officer of The D’Hamidi Partnership — the agency that bears his name — where he continues to push the envelope for Pakistan’s creative community and the region, at large.
Assistant Art Editor at O Globo
Carol Cavaleiro is a visual journalist. She is responsible for the infographics department at O Globo, newspaper from the largest media conglomerate in Brazil. Carolina leads a multidisciplinary team and edits the daily visual content. She is current focus on UX/UI and cross-platform data visualizations.
Gemma O’Brien is an Australian artist best known for her expressive, highly-detailed typography and illustration work. Although unrestricted to a single style or application, Gemma’s work is recognized for its energetic, youthful quality, and handcrafted lettering. Many of her murals are created in front of live audiences, championing an authenticity often eluded by the digital landscape.
We knew you’d ask. Yes, the investment amount is PKR 12,500/- per stall. This is payable within 3 working days of receiving confirmation of your selection from us.
We knew you’d ask that too.
This may be one of the only opportunities of its kind. It’s an experience we spend a year putting together. The linkages you build, the exposure you receive and the opportunity to get noticed by some of the bigwigs in the industry is invaluable to you as a creative. Consider it an investment in your career and brand. Our attendees, guests and speakers from around the world will be visiting your stall. The investment is one with a ridiculously high return.
We envision the Creative Fair to be a place of collaboration and opportunity and we feel it is extremely important that you personally represent your brand when someone walks to your stall. The way you can explain your brand, the process and what goes behind each piece of art, no one else can. We encourage exhibitors to be at their stall at all times and therefore do not allow entrance into the Main Hall before 3:00 p.m.
You may, however, attend the closing keynotes.
We want people from all across Pakistan to showcase their work. So yes, you can. But we do not provide assistance with travel and accommodation. The cost of the stall is exclusive of any travel and / or accommodation arrangements you may have to make.
If you hold the Exhibitor Pass you are responsible for your own space. Besides, nobody can represent your work and your brand better than you.
Sure! When life gives you lemons…
We will charge no commission on any sales you will make and encourage that you put your work up for sale. But we also want to stress to not focus on sale and rather on learning, networking, and generating leads.
Nope. We’ve kept the display areas small and simple. They’re only good for one brand or individual.
Each exhibitor will only be allowed one stall.
We have limited space and our candidates are carefully curated out of all applications we receive. The Exhibitor Pass is therefore non-exchangeable and non-refundable.
If you are unable to display your work after purchasing the Exhibitor Pass, we recommend you write to us at email@example.com. If we have a shortlisted participant on the waiting list, we may try and accommodate your request but do not promise or guarantee any exchanges or refunds
You will be requested to display your work on portable devices such as laptop, tablets etc. LCD's, LED's and projector are not permissible.
Write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you shortly.
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