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Metis Talent Management brand new website goes live

Last fortnight was a joy, as we came to the launch of Metis Talent Management's website. Metis is a Singapore based organisation that advises clients on Talent Management with a primary focus on Talent Development and Organisation Design. Best wishes to team Metis!

The other great thing is how folks at Metis approached this by going in for a full overhaul, including getting a new logo and brand colours. Do leave your comments on what you feel about the website and the logo!!

ENCOUNTER WITH A SKETCH ARTIST!



At recent annual festival of the company I work for, met a bunch of brilliant sketch artists. They could draw your sketch in just about 20 mins and right there. No wonder, there was a rush and after a forty minute wait, I got the chair too. Leave it here to judge you if this is indeed me, but I was mighty impressed. The reproduction here is through the lens of a phone, and therefore is not the very best.

Comments

Mayank Krishna said…
Nice sketch! Fairly resembles your face as seen in the snap of TSUNAMI AFTERMATH! post ;-)

These artists are often seen at railway station and other public places practising their art. They seem to be students of art. I happened to sit beside two such artists while waiting for train at Patna Jn some years back. I was impressed by the level of concentration they had to filter out everything else and focus on their subject and that too at around 10 in night.

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