Ogilvy Notes picks “Disconnecting the Dots”

March 07th, 2011 | Category: Announcements

So, Ogilvy Notes is going to do a graphic representation of my talk at SXSW Interactive, Disconnecting the Dots: How Our Devices are Divisive. Here’s the announcement I got today:

We are pleased to inform you that Ogilvy has selected your session, “Disconnecting the Dots: How Our Devices are Divisive”, as one they would like to graphically record at the event.

What does this mean exactly? This means an artist will visually document your SXSW panel session in real-time, and then share their interpretation via Ogilvy’s online channel and with limited-edition prints in the SXSW Trade Show Day Stage. Ogilvy is only able to provide this service for a very limited group of panel sessions, so it is quite an honor to be selected.

More information on this program, along with examples of work from all the talented artists involved, is available on their site. I love these live renderings and am super stoked to have been selected for this.


Here’s one by Heather Willems from the Ogilvy site:

Further Posting:


  • jessy said:

    Wtf. That is sick! What a brilliant idea! And congratulations, boobutt. You’re amazing! I am so proud of you. Keep me abreast of this chicken.

  • Roy Christopher (author) said:

    I’d post the drawing here, but something kept the note-takers away. I don’t know what. They didn’t tell me.

  • Dat Le said:

    Wow, that’s awesome. Congratulations!

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  • Willie Survive said:

    Congratulations! Can’t wait to see this.