Did you miss out on the festivities at this years Core77 Conference, "The Third Wave"? Don't sweat it, as we are rolling out many of our presenters' presentations over the next few weeks.
In this video, CEO of Roots Studio Rebecca Hui explains how company's online database helps rural communities make money from their original artwork by licensing art out to large brands and companies. Hui also demonstrates how digging deep into one's personal experiences can make for great design ideas:
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