Tuesday, February 26 : : : Episode 108Keith Warren Greiman

…on working up to the edge of the page.

Keith Warren Greiman’s work focuses on humans as conduits of the gritty, vibrant energy that propels our day-to-day living. His bright and animated images of real and supernatural beings depict life, captured in experience, being ascendant, melancholic and at all times wild. His work has been shown in various galleries and publications including the LA Times, Village Voice and Newsweek and his work has been recognized by American Illustration, The Society of Illustrators and Graphis. Keith joins the podcast for a conversation on parenthood, the motivation of a deadline and how the internet is slowly crushing him.

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March 19Early Access:
110 - Chris Reif

…on being the adult in the room. Chris Reif got his start as a freelance designer and developer and honed his skills at agencies around the city before becoming…

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March 5Early Access:
109 - Molly Egan

…on documenting the process. Molly Egan is a freelance illustrator who creates bright, fun characters and patterns for clients including Disney, Warby Parker, Samsung…

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March 4Rashid Zakat

Rashid is easily one of my favorite guests I've ever had on the show and our conversation for this month's bonus episode does not disappoint. We catch up with with what Rashid has been up to…

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Tuesday, February 12 : : : Episode 107Kevin Mercer

…on actively not knowing.

Kevin Mercer is an illustrator, designer and educator who creates colorful, tactile, idea driven work for editorial, publishing and advertising clients. He went to school for fine art and cut his teeth on screen printing before becoming a designer, an art director, and finally an illustrator with a rewarding practice, all the while staying curious and pursuing the big ideas. He joins the show for a conversation about working with purpose, how he fell in love with type and what he learned about himself after the most difficult experience of his life.

Episode 106Soonduk Krebs

Puns abound in this episode with Soonduk about Hillbilly Elegy, building a small business and committing to parenthood over her career.

Episode 105Jessie Jay

Jessie talks about doing work for small businesses, design as a compulsion and how much a fully stacked iPod would be worth in a post-apocalyptic world.

Episode 104JP Flexner

JP joins the show for a conversation about creating fonts out of your lettering, drawing skulls at the Mutter Museum and air-drumming while running.