Tuesday, June 13 : : : Episode 60Conrad Benner
...on the spirit of revolution.
Conrad Benner is a photographer and champion of street artists with his blog, Streets Dept., where he documents the ephemeral street art around Philadelphia and celebrates the artists behind these compelling pieces. Conrad talks about the early days of Streets Dept. as well as to discuss Revolutionary: A Pop-Up Street Art Exhibition; a six-week exhibition of 13 contemporary Philly based artists installed at 13 locations across Philadelphia’s Historic District.
Tuesday, June 6 : : : Episode 59Rashid Zakat
...on finding the authenticity of an experience.
Rashid Zakat is a visual storyteller interested in music, motion and design. He creates short documentaries for the big screen and web, designs websites and photographs people for shows and his social media project “Negroes of New York.” Rashid joins the show for an expansive conversation about new outlets for creativity and content, the awkwardness of meeting people through social media, being a “preditor” and just about everything else, (Moonlight, WWF, Will Smith and more)!
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Episode 58Nicola Black
Nicola is a graphic designer and community leader, and she sits down for a chat about caricatures, the biggest challenges freelance designers face, contest culture and lost baked goods.
Episode 57House Industries
Rich Roat, Andy Cruz and Ken Barber join the show to discuss the House Industries exhibit at The Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan and their new book, The Process is the Inspiration.
Episode 56Paul Kepple
Paul Kepple is an educator and award-winning book designer whose work includes the iconic Owner’s Manual series as well as nonfiction works for the musicals Wicked and Hamilton.