Dinky Doors' Pechakucha to *SAVE THE WORLD*

Here’s that time where we did a ‘PechaKucha’ talk to explain why and how we’re going to *SAVE THE WORLD*.

If we sound a bit muffled, it’s er… because we’re in disguise as you can see below in the photos.

Enjoy, and if you like it, don’t forget to Applaud it at the end.

Clicky clicky piccy piccy below:

If you don’t know, PechaKucha means ‘Chit chat’ in Japanese. You get 20 slides and they advance automatically after 20 seconds, so there’s little room for dinky dawdling or deliberations.

Do you ever feel like the world is mildly on fire?

Do you ever feel like the world is mildly on fire?

Attempting to SAVE THE WORLD

Attempting to SAVE THE WORLD

Everyone pledging to protect our identities and support our dinky mission to *SAVE THE WORLD*

Everyone pledging to protect our identities and support our dinky mission to *SAVE THE WORLD*

If you’re interested in giving a PechaKucha talk yourself, it’s great fun and the whole evening tends to be eclectic, eye-opening and heart warming in equal dollops. Find out more at PechaKucha Cambridge.

Oh, and a BIG thank you to Lucy Price for the photos. They’re awesome, more photos here.

If you like what we do, and want to help support our dinky mission to *SAVE THE WORLD*, take a peek at our Patreon page. Public street art is hard because you don’t have customers. And to reach the most people it’s put into a public space for free.

BUT… for the cost of a cup of tea, you can effectively buy a bit of public art. Instead of it being just for you home though, it’s in public where EVERYONE, including you, gets to see and hopefully enjoy it. You can be directly responsible for making the world more joyful and delighting young, old, rich and poor.

We’d be enormously grateful for your support - helping to cover the costs of making these Dinky Doors.

Or maybe you’d prefer to use PayPal?

With much love,

Team Dinky