Art networking @ OFFF Festival

These days we have been at OFFF, a post-digital culture festival, a meeting place to host contemporary creation through an in depth programme of conferences, workshops and performances by the most relevant artists of our time.

More than a decade ago, OFFF was born as a festival. Today, OFFF is a way of understanding art. A way of life. Evolving and transforming.

Camaloon Stand @OFFF

Clearly Camaloon could not fail to explain to the many designers present how our gallery works and the benefits that we have reserved for our designers.

We set up our stand proudly in the Market Corner for all these three rewarding days.

Placing all our best creations, showing the talent and creativity of our artists

skin for laptop

We wanted to bring a varied range of products, the evergreen badges passing through the fridge magnets until you get to our new skins for MacBook Air 11", iPhone 4/4s and iPad Air.

Our intention was to show through a video as through a few steps everyone can enrich our gallery with his designs.

how to subscribe to our gallery

The turnout at the festival was incredible! We got to know many artists, designers, geniuses, future visionaries, sailors of innovation, we had a big art-networking!

On Saturday we had the pleasure to get to know Sara Blake an illustrator, fine artist and an art-awesome-director-person!

We managed to stay a bit with her after her conference, and we took a pic with Camaloon ;)

Sara Blake & Camaloon

One of Sara's drawings

Sara Blake artwork

We also also known Jessica Walsh, a multidisciplinary designer who won design awards from the Type Directors Club, Art Directors Club.

Jessica Walsh

Being in touch with designers from all over Europe (and event the world) and see their reactions when touching the finish and testing the quality of our products was inspiring for both them and Camaloon.

Camaloon definitely left a mark in their minds and for some people on their clothes and devices
Stick everywhere

/ federico