Adobe MAX Recap Pt. 2 – Gallery Fun and MAX Keynote

So one of the fun opportunities that came out of going to MAX was the opportunity to exhibit some of my artwork at the Surf Club Gallery in Hollywood curated by former Adobe employee and cool cat Rick Miller. The event featured artwork from local tiki artists and Adobe community members. It was a lot of fun and a great time was had by all including a very swank birthday cake for Rick.

Surf Club Art Gallery owner/curator Rick Miller and I.

Now, onto Adobe MAX Day 1 (Day 4 for me). Tuesday marked the first Keynote address by Adobe. It was very cool to see new faces showing off the new features of Adobe’s mobile apps including updates to Line and Sketch. I’ve already found real-world uses for Adobe Shape and Premiere Clip so those details will be coming in a later post. All the apps are FREE to use and connect seamlessly to your Creative ID – which was the underlying theme for the keynote. All your assets, apps and files are synced through your Adobe Creative ID. This new structure and communication between all these inputs either through the new CC Library or via my CC sync have been a joy to work with and have already made me more efficient even when on the road.

Hey look! It's Bert Monroy and Corey Barker!
Hey look! It’s Illustrator Guru Bert Monroy and KelbyOne instructor Corey Barker!
The Adobe Community Team all set for the Keynote!
The Adobe Community Team all set for the Keynote!
Our seats for the MAX Keynote.
David Wadhwani opens up the Keynote address.
Scott Belsky emcees the new Adobe apps.
My new mantra.


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