The Creative South Podcast focuses on the “people” behind the design. The best way for us to do that is to talk to people and listen to them share their stories. Not necessarily the stories you hear from the stage, but ones you get when you actually have a conversation with someone. We want to have conversations not only with the presenters and people hosting workshops, but the vendors and attendees. We also want to talk to other creative people, not just the designers, illustrators, and photographers, but the developers, writers, musicians, comedians, chefs and anyone else that uses their creative talent. It's not about being from the South, that's just where we live!
If you have suggestions for guests or questions about the show, please reach out to us on Twitter @creativesopod or @jfrostholm, or shoot us an email at jason at creativesouth dot com. #Hugnecks
Welcome to the Creative South Podcast! I’m your host, Jason Frostholm. This is the first time I’m posting a second full episode in a week, that wasn’t a bonus episode! I’m excited and hope that y’all are too. Because, if the response is good and y’all keep listening, I’m going to try to make this a permanent thing. Today, I sit down with Anderson Munro, founder of the lifestyle brand Bluu Dreams. If you recognize Anderson’s name from the podcast it’s because a few weeks ago he was on one of the bonus Episodes recorded Live at WMCFest. I had a great time talking with Anderson and was curious to learn more about him, so I invited him back for a full episode. We talk about everything from growing up a first generation American, to being an accountant by day, to his exciting new work with Mitchell & Ness, RenArts, and Reebok for The Dead End Kids, a ’86 Mets capsule.
Are you ready to Explore your creativity and meet a ton of new friends while you’re doing it? Then head over to creativesouth.com right now and get your Creative South tickets. Join us April 6th - 9th in Columbus, GA for Creative South, where you come as friends and leave as family.
I want to thank our newest patrons over on our Patreon page, my friends Johnny Gwin and Stacy Wellborn from Deep Fried Studios, and Shauna Lynn Panczyszyn. Thanks, y’all for helping to keep the podcast alive. If you like the podcast and want to help support us head over to patreon.com/CreativeSouth. Every $1 helps us cover hosting costs, upgrade equipment, and keep the podcast going. When you become a Creative South Patron you’ll get access to exciting Creative South News before anyone else, Creative South Podcast stickers and T-shirts, and you could even get your own podcast episode. So, please, help support the podcast by becoming a patron over at patreon.com/CreativeSouth.
You can find out more about Anderson on Twitter @BluuDreams and at bluudreams.com and be sure to check out the links in the show notes for more ways to keep up with him. You can keep up with the podcast on Twitter and our new Facebook page @CreativeSoPod, and follow Creative South on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @CreativeSouthGA or over at CreativeSouth.com, and I’m @jfrostholm on Dribbble, Twitter, and Instagram.
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Find out more about Anderson Munro and Blue Dreams:
Blue Dreams Facebook
1986 Met’s Capsule at Renarts