CES: Live Art with Gapingvoid
Ask any Intel employee, and they’ll tell you that Intel fosters innovation and creative thinking. We all take pride in being a part of a company that creates processors that can enable you to be innovative, express your creativity, connect and have fun with family and friends, and get through your to do list every day. When you think about it, Intel processors enable you to express your human potential.
It’s an exciting week for us here at CES and we want you to know you’re a part of it.
To kick things off, we’re going to offer you free CES swag! It’s not just a t-shirt, magnet, or coffee mug. It’s high quality artwork with key themes from Intel and CES. Check out the images we’ve got for you below. (click on any image for the full-size version)
Throughout CES this week, not only will we be showcasing the visibly smart technologies from Intel, we’re going to be working with GapingVoid, otherwise known as Hugh MacLeod. You probably already know Hugh. He’s famous for creating cartoons on the back of business cards. Plus, he authored Ignore Everybody, a book about creativity that was a Wall Street Journal best seller.
Hugh is going to be at the Intel booth several times each day creating live artwork and signing prints for you. If you’re at CES, stop by the Intel booth, look for Hugh, and you can get an autographed cartoon. If you miss him, or you’re just going digital this week, check back every day here at Inside Scoop for digital versions of Gapingvoid cartoons that speak to CES 2011 and Intel technology.
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It’s going to be a great time here in the Entertainment Capital of the World. My cab driver told me 140,000 people are expected in Las Vegas this week. I hope to get that many here at Inside Scoop too!
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