Offf New York 2007: Tickets on Sale


Offf is coming to New York this November 2-4, and tickets are now on sale. For those who’ve been to the event in Barcelona, where it was born and has been held for the last six years, you know it’s an amazing mix of art, design and music fueled by unbridled creativity.

Some of the confirmed speakers this year include Gmunk, Troika, Hillman Curtis, Hi-Res! & Nanika, Paula Scher, Motion Theory, Rob Chiu & Dstrukt, Tronic Studio, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, Neville Brody and Kyle Cooper.

And that’s just a partial list.

At $60 a ticket, it’s also a bad ass deal. And trust me, the tickets are going to go very fast, so if you’re at all interested in attending, buy yours now.

Oh, and I’ll be heading up a panel at the event, so if you go, make sure to grab me and say hello.

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Justin Cone

Together with Carlos El Asmar, Justin co-founded Motionographer, F5 and The Motion Awards. He currently lives in Austin, Texas with is wife, son and fluffball of a dog. Before taking on Motionographer full-time, Justin worked in various capacities at Psyop, NBC-Universal, Apple, Adobe and SCAD.



Pre-ordered ! Thanks Justin.


12 dollar “service-fee.” 60+12=$72. whatever. I’m still going. but I think it’s funny they hide that fee till the end your shopping cart check out. daaaaag.


I would like to point out, that I did some illustrations for the OFFF book, and they refuse to send me a copy, without me paying for my own work, ie… they got my illustrations, published it, and are selling it. So if I want a copy for my portfolio, I have to send them 50 bucks. So with that in mind, and the 12 dollar service fee, I feel like the OFFF folks are stabbing designers left and right, any possible way without the least bit of negative press, because they will bring you your design heroes to show you how awesome they are.


“Oh, and I’ll be heading up a panel at the event, so if you go, make sure to grab me and say hello.” hahahaha


Hey Rothermel,

I want to thank you for your comments and concerns with the OFFF
Festival and I especially want to thank you for your participation in
the OFFF Barcelona 2007 Catalogue. I totally respect your opinion, and
I would like to provide insight from our point of view. OFFF is not
an event to make money—never was and never will be. We, the founders of OFFF, put this festival together because we love the content and the people. We think it is f#@king exciting sh#t. The catalog is a
whole other expense for us, but we do it so people can bring the
festival home with them to share to friends and colleagues. Bringing
OFFF to the States has been a whole new nightmare. New York City is
not cheap or easy, and I can assure you we are not making a dime. We
are, however, meeting, reaching, and collaborating with a whole new
group talent that we did not have exposure to in Barcelona. I hope
someday we will cross paths at an OFFF Festival. I look forward to
chatting with you in further detail and sharing woes as struggling
artists. And please, if you would like to offer a contribution to
this year’s OFFF catalogue, we encourage your participation. It would
be our pleasure to pay for printing and promotion of your work to be
seen around the world. Thanks.

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