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OFFF 2012

We were lucky enough to be invited to attend this year’s OFFF creative festival which just wrapped in Barcelona.

With a fantastic line up and an all new, spacious venue at the Disseny Hub, Barcelona, OFFF played host to a wonderful selection of talks, presentations, workshops and more.

Due to busy schedules, only one of our team, Guy Moorhouse could make it for a portion of the event, but in a short series of posts we’re going to cover our highlights from the festival, so stay tuned for more soon.

We’ll also have a little giveaway competition later this week for an exclusive new comic that debuted at OFFF from crazy, happy illustrators, Brosmind.

For those considering going to OFFF next year, it was confirmed at the end of the event that it will be at the same time and place in 2013, so hopefully we’ll see you there too.

More soon.

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    Luke TongeLuke Tonge
    21st May 2012
    12:31 pm
  1. Looking forward to the reports Guy :)

  2. GlennGlenn
    21st May 2012
    1:42 pm
  3. Damn, are they really sticking to the same dates. Perhaps I can convince my future wife to have the honeymoon in Barcelona :D

  4. GuyGuy
    21st May 2012
    1:53 pm
  5. Not 100% it’ll be exactly the same dates, but they did say Barcelona in May.
    You don’t want a divorce on your hands ;)

  6. GlennGlenn
    21st May 2012
    7:16 pm
  7. Hmm… you may be right. Perhaps I can disguise it as a honeymoon and the simply sneak off while H is distracted by shopping.

  8. JackJack
    12th Jun 2012
    9:11 am
  9. So looks like i’ll be missing OFFF because of your wedding – now we’re even!

  10. GlennGlenn
    13th Jun 2012
    6:53 am
  11. I think I may have Heather 75% convinced to have a ‘mini-moon’ in Barcelona before we head to Italy ;)

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