26 October 2017 | Los Angeles

Glug LA: Three is the magic number!

Hello Gluggers,

Together with our pals ICHI Worldwide and The Mill LA, Glug LA presents "THREE IS THE MAGIC NUMBER"! A truly magical night where you'll hear mind bending stories about fear, fuckups and following your instincts. NOT ONLY that but you'll also be able to have your fortune told by our mystical and hilarious tarot card reader / comedian - Karen Rontowski.

Giant Pizzas all round!

Our line-up include the awesome Paul Woods and Christian Titze from Edenspiekermann, and the fantastic Lisa Hassell from illustration agency Inky Goodness. You can read up on all of our speakers below...

What a line-up!



Paul Woods – Edenspiekermann Los Angeles

Paul Woods is an award-winning designer, illustrator and writer working as Chief Creative Officer at Edenspiekermann. He has created work for brands such as Google, Morgan Stanley, Red Bull and Time Inc. Woods writes about the future of design and technology for Communication Arts, Fast Company and Net magazine. He will be releasing his first book, Doing Great Work Without Being an Asshole, in 2018.

Christian Titze – Edenspiekermann Los Angeles

Christian Titze is an international expert on digital business and branding. He also knows the words to most Katy Perry songs. Throughout his career he has run various global teams and accounts for clients including Volkswagen, Red Bull, Bosch and Nokia. Having started his career at MetaDesign Berlin, his roles have taken him from Germany to China and back – and now to Southern California, where he set up shop for Edenspiekermann two years ago.

Lisa Hassell – Inky Goodness

Lisa Hassell is a British creative director, agent / producer and educator specialising in illustration and graphic arts. Lisa heads up Inkygoodness, a Birmingham based creative consultancy and boutique illustration agency representing a diverse roster of international artists and multidisciplinary designers. She is also founder and director of art and culture platform Inkygoodness, an organisation focused on championing emerging creative talent. Founded in 2010 on a shoestring, Inkygoodness now attracts an engaged global audience of 60k, made up of design students, creative graduates, freelancers and young professionals. Lisa is also an active writer and regular contributor at Creative Review amongst others.