This ebook compiles awesome outtakes from SXSW2015. Written by @Briansolis and illustrated by @gapingvoid, it captures why you should be very sorry you failed to get to Austin this year:)
Gapingvoid is a multifaceted agency, publishing and advisory firm that provides creative services to a broad range of companies based on the drawings and sensibilities of cartoonist, Hugh MacLeod and his business partner, Jason Korman.
“We publish Hugh’s work in limited edition giclée prints and license it for corporate use. The limited editions as well as original works are available here in our store. Gapingvoid also specializes in corporate installations for companies wishing to create dynamic workspaces, brainstorming areas, and enlightening offices. We also provide a variety of advisory services designed to help companies build better cultures, as well as strategies and implementation for social and paid media.”
About Hugh Macleod:
Hugh MacLeod is a cartoonist who has been drawing about life and business for twenty years. Hugh’s blog, gapingvoid has been one of the most popular blogs since the early days of social media, thus developing a loyal following of the best and brightest of Silicon Valley. It remains in the top 20 of the AdAge Power 150 blogs today.
His work has informed an entire generation of entrepreneurs, advertising execs and senior leadership in enterprise. He has created work for some of the largest and smartest companies in the world including Intel, Microsoft, HP, Roche, Pearson, Dell, Havas Worldwide and Rackspace, just to name a few.
Hugh has written three books published by Penguin, including a best seller, “Ignore Everybody”, which began its life as a PDF, downloaded over four million times since last count.
Hugh is loved by the startup community. He has embraced and defined what it means to be a 21st Century entrepreneur in his art, writing, and business. There is no one more qualified than Hugh to bring the entrepreneurial experience to life through art. He has participated in it, chronicled it on his blog and in other media properties, like TechCrunch and Wired.
While Hugh has done most of his several thousand drawings on the backs of little business cards, he has also worked extensively both on canvas and print.