The Future of Creativity at Adobe MAX

Is Adobe MAX the ultimate experience to get your creative juices flowing? Adobe’s flagship conference is the rare event that not only showcases the latest and greatest improvements to their essential set of tools, Creative Cloud, but also brings 14,000+ of our creative brethren together to learn, ideate, and inspire each other in wholly new ways.

And there were plenty of iconic moments in each of the three days. It started with memorable keynotes, first by the Adobe team showing off the newest additions to Photoshop and Project Aero (their powerful augmented reality tool), and then followed by inspiring conversations with Ron Howard and Questlove with Lilly Singh. Inspiration was around every corner, whether it was Aaron Draplin walking through his iconic designs or fawning over Ken Lashley’s amazing art for Star Wars and Black Panther. Every afternoon there was an opportunity to hone your skills in a Creative Cloud workshop. And, to top it all off, a massive party powered by the rocking tunes of Beck and his amazing band. Without a doubt, Adobe MAX packs something exciting and educational in almost every minute.

In between all the excitement, we truly appreciate the thousands of you in the creative community who stopped by the colorful Media Temple booth to talk to us. Thanks for introducing yourselves and playing our (now legendary) plinko game, and we hope that you enjoyed our colorful Scout Books (illustrated by Eric Nyffeler) and visited some of our highly recommended L.A. haunts and sights. Relive some of our favorite moments in the photos below.

 

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The Media Temple booth. Photo by Mike Martens

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The Team and the legendary plinko board. Photo by Yu Chang

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The VR experience. Photo by Yu Chang

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The Adobe Sneak Peek Stage. Photo by Yu Chang

Beck and his amazing band. Photo by Mike Martens

Beck and his amazing band. Photo by Mike Martens

Did you snag one of our scoutbooks? Photo by Yu Chang

Did you snag one of our scoutbooks? Photo by Yu Chang

 

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