Season 8, Episode 15 : : : July 28Paul Carpenter
Paul Carpenter joins the show to talk about how skateboarding, punk and sports all affected his aesthetic, getting lost in the details and his work with Philly Unknown and his appreciation for both green and urban spaces.
July 23Allen & Susan Crawford
Allen and Susan Crawford join the show to talk about their brilliant careers, including the one that combined their love of marine biology with their love of illustration. We also talk about our favorite "hot" movies, memories of the Philadelphia Independent, Lord Whimsey and that time Malcolm McDowell hit on Susan while she was dressed as a werewolf…you're just going to have to listen to this one folks!
July 21Laurie Churchman
Laurie joins the show to chat about how book design is her passion, being quarantined in Peru, Zoom fatigue and how design can be a superpower.
July 16Nathan Hurst
Nathan Hurst joins the show for a conversation about challenging yourself to stay productive during the pandemic, Saturday morning cartoons and using your work to bring community together.
July 14Brian Box Brown
Brian Box Brown joins the show to talk about his new book Child Star as well as doing autobiographical comics, very special episodes of sitcoms and why creatives should try to make an interesting piece of "bad" art.
July 9Katie Sweeney
Katie returns for a chat about living abroad, home schooling, advertising in the time of Corona and whether or not we're cool enough to listen to Taylor Swift.
July 7Vic Steinman
Vic chats about what he's learned about himself during the pandemic, setting boundaries for working from home and supporting small businesses during the quarantine.
Hi-Res is a one-on-one podcast with creatives about the experiences that have shaped their careers and influence their work. New episodes post on Tuesdays and Thursdays, weekly.
About Ryan Starr
Ryan's co-workers would tell you he likes to talk. A lot. So it only made sense when he wanted to take his love of conversation one step further and create a podcast. Now he speaks with designers, illustrators and photographers about their lives and careers. Surprisingly, he lets his guests do (most of) the talking.
Not surprisingly, his co-workers do not subscribe.