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James White @signalnoise in Columbia Nov 21st

November 7, 2013 / By aigasouthcarolina

At SOCO – the Columbia Cowork, 823 Gervais St. Starts @ 6:00 PM

Getting in won’t cost you a thing, but please RSVP here so we know you’re coming. 

Come out Thursday, November 21 to welcoming James White, the 1-man wrecking crew behind the Signalnoise Studio. James will present on being a Design Renegade, and share some of his radical artwork in his signature rock’n’roll style. Then stick around for a musical performance from Charleston songwriter Joel T. Hamilton’s latest project Mechanical River that is sure to be unlike anything you’ve ever seen.

Come check out the Columbia’s Cowork space at SOCO’s first Open House!

Park FREE in the City Garage at Washington Street or behind the Hilton and walk down. Streets closed from Assembly to Gadsden and both sides of Lincoln from 6-10pm.

Once our party winds down, be sure to head out into the Vista and enjoy the Vista Lights street party right outside the steps of SOCO! We hope to see you there!

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Design Renegade
James White – Signalnoise Studio
@signalnoise

In order to reach our goals in the upside-down world of graphic design, you need to be a rogue. A misfit. A renegade. James White from the Signalnoise Studio has based his career on doing things outside of the ordinary, turning his back on boardrooms and creative briefs in order to chase his design dreams with vengeance and rock n’ roll. He will be telling his story while discussing personal projects built from love and ambition in his small home office in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. These led to him working with respected people all over the world, from his favourite metal band to film juggernaut Kevin Smith. James will talk about chasing your creative path, building your personal body of work, the value of supporting friends, and never forgetting the artist inside.

Being “different” isn’t enough anymore. You need to be a renegade!

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