ISO50 Stockholm Workshop

Posted by Scott

UPDATE: Registration for this event is now open here.

I’ll be hosting a free (thanks to our gracious sponsors) workshop / talk in Stockholm during January. The workshop will focus on a lot of the concepts I covered in the the Barcelona and New York series along with some new ideas and a good dose of design theory.  I usually do a lot of hands on work within Photoshop so you’re encouraged to bring a laptop if you want to follow along.  There will be a full question and answer period at the end so come prepared if there are any specific concepts you’d like to discuss.

It should be a fun night, the event itself will last about 2 hours and afterwards we’ll move over to the hotel bar for some drinks and mingling. I’ll be bringing some prints from The Shop, but due to the distance I will be traveling for this one, bringing shirts won’t really be practical. Due to other limitations there will not be a live Tycho set, but I will be playing some new music and any questions you have about music are welcomed. Hope to see you all out!

Flasher By The Sea Presents:

Scott Hansen / ISO50
Blending Analogue & Digital: A Design Workshop
January 25, 2008 – 18:30
Stockholm, SWE
Cost: Free (thanks to our sponsors)
RSVP / Tickets: Info is here

Arranged by Stockholm Multimedia Usergroup and Grafiskt Forum
Sponsored by Adobe and Gimlet

Clarion Hotel, Skanstull
Ringvägen 98, BOX 20025 Stockholm
Telefon: +46 (0)8 462 10 00
Arrive at the lobby and there will be signs pointing to the event.

35 Comments Leave A Comment


mika says:

December 29, 2007 at 6:36 pm

thanks Scott,

and it seems that the whole thing is for free..?!
in this case i have only one expression – BEAUTIFULL!


mike says:

December 29, 2007 at 8:43 pm

I wish I could go! I love your work, you have been a big inspiration to me. I’m a student and was in kind of a creative slump. Your stuff has reinvigorated me!


Joaquim Marquès Nielsen says:

December 30, 2007 at 8:43 am

I’ll try to make it to Stockholm from Kolding, Denmark.
I wouldn’t miss an event like that for the world!

Hmm, on the other hand – if there were to be a similar event in London, that would probably be easier? What to do…


drew kora says:

December 30, 2007 at 8:54 am

Scott, any more info on your Chicago appearance? It’s been listed for a few weeks now, but no info. Is it a speaking engagement or a Tycho set? Or both? Whatever the case, I’m keeping that day clear.


Marcus Stade says:

December 30, 2007 at 11:03 am

Hi, my name is Marcus Stade and I’m one third of the trinity that is Flasher By The Sea and we’re very happy to have Scott come visit us in January.

This is an event presented in collaboration with Grafiskt Forum ( and Stockholm Multimedia User Group ( and is sponsored by Adobe ( and Gimlet (

This event is FREE as previously stated. However, seats are limited, so please do wait to order plane tickets and what not until we release information on how to RSVP. Again, we’re really excited to have Scott come visit us and we’re positive that it’s going to be an awesome night!


Marcus Stade says:

December 30, 2007 at 3:01 pm

I will try to convince Scott to post it here on his blog so make sure to register to his RSS feed! ;o)

Information will also be available at as well as in the next few days.

Also, if there are any questions regarding the event, feel free to contact me:
marcus.stade at

Happy new years!

PS. Sorry for spamming your blog Scott! I’ll make sure there’s a few extra beers in the bar waiting for ya when you get here!


Joel says:

January 11, 2008 at 12:08 pm


i was wondering where do you get your inspiration from?
what kind of tools you use for your work (ex. photoshop, stock pictures) ?


mackie says:

January 26, 2008 at 1:40 am

Ey Scott!
thnx for a nice evening. Was interesting seeing/hearing about your process in the workshop and some of you background info.. Take care.. /mackie


Ola Olsson says:

January 27, 2008 at 2:17 pm

Hey Scott!
Just wanna say, thank you for sharing your work and philosophy with us in Stockholm last friday!
Great stuff.

Wish you good karma in the future. /Ola


mariana says:

January 28, 2008 at 12:16 pm

My name is Mariana and I come from uruguay, america’s sur. I love´d your job, I congratulate you, and wanted to tell q’re a very good reference for excellent graphic design.
A greeting from across the world,
Mariana –


Amy says:

February 17, 2008 at 12:08 pm

Hi Scott, im from Argentina, and im travelling to Itali, maby London in July, and i was wondeing if you are gonna host a workshop or something like that someplace in Europe on that date. I know its a little early… but.. just to know.

Thnk u very much