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Today on the Creative South Podcast, I’m talking with Clint Walkingstick. Clint is an independent graphic designer based out of Oklahoma City. We chat about starting off in college as a creative writing and psychology major before a class where advertising was discussed changed his outlook, navigating the design world and wearing multiple hats when you aren’t a big name designer, the importance of family once you become a dad and more.
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