Adventures In Design

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America’s only daily morning talk show for creatives just like you. Exploring the reality of trying to live your creative dreams. Sometimes educational, sometimes off topic but always entertaining! New Episodes Monday-Friday!

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Adventures In Design

Mark Brickey and Billy Baumann
361 586 - Shop Talk Classic with Billy Baumann2017-05-24 07:00:00
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362 585 - JP Connelly - Production Designer2017-05-23 07:00:00
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363 583 - Death and Taxes - A Shop Talk Special with Billy Baumann2017-05-18 07:00:00
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364 582 - April Poster Countdown with Mitch Putnam2017-05-17 07:00:00
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365 579 - Chasing Clients with Billy Baumann2017-05-11 07:00:00
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366 578 - Seasons of The Snake No.006 - Summer 2017 with Ben Neuhaus and Miranda Malloy of SnakeOilProvisions.com2017-05-10 07:00:00
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367 577 - Dave Shapiro of United Talent Agency2017-05-09 07:00:00
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368 574 - Start Today Music Business Inspiration Podcast2017-05-03 07:00:00
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369 573 - The Collection with Huck Gee - Part 17: Josh Kimberg2017-05-02 07:00:00
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370 570 - March Poster Countdown with Billy Baumann2017-04-27 07:00:00
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371 569 - Hammer Time2017-04-26 07:00:00
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372 567 - Shop Talk with Billy Baumann2017-04-20 07:00:00
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373 566 - Mikel Cirkus2017-04-19 07:13:27
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374 565 - Derek Welch2017-04-18 07:00:50
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375 562 - Paul Gaudio: Global Creative Director at Adidas2017-04-12 07:00:00
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376 561 - The DKNG Show: Chapter 82017-04-11 07:00:00
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377 559 - Shop Talk with Mitch Putnam and Rob Jones2017-04-06 07:00:00
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378 558 - The Collection with Huck Gee - Part 16: Roy Miles2017-04-05 07:00:00
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379 557 - Jason Sturgill2017-04-04 07:00:00
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557 - Jason Sturgill

Jason Sturgill is an illustrator from Portland who cut his teeth at Dark Horse Comics and Nike before they had even invented SB. With his unique style and a penchant for pursuing the idea, Jason quickly made a name for himself in the creative community when he stepped out on his own. However, there were many years where Jason was on the outside looking in, always doubting his capabilities from a technical standpoint. This interview explores some of those formative years before Jason decided to step out on his own and the mental shift that took place to bring him closer to professional happiness. It's a long road to reach your goals and Jason shares his transformative story for everyone out there looking for their place in the creative community. Talking Points Pocket Wi-Fi on your third trip to Japan and a whole day of "what the fuck is that?" The culture of Kyoto and Japanese work ethic.  A different path through skateboarding and the role of a traditional designer.  Figuring out how to get from Point A to Point B while you're standing on the wrong side of the fence.  Being in a great job ten years too early.  Exploratory surgery, surprise cancer, and starting a whole new life after adversity.  Papas Fritas, Modest Mouse, and starting a record label in college.  Finding the guy to get you on the road.  Designing at Dark Horse Comics.  Bootleg Snoopy patches as a one and done.  Getting emotional with your folk illustration based around ideas over technicality.  Networking with an online art gallery and bringing people together while you're on the other side.  Starting at Nike before SB was even invented.  The eternal search for happiness over responsibility.  The soul crushing dream job and leaping into the uncertain.  Grad school, the role of education, and a deciding that you can be an illustrator.  Shifting towards the abnormal and the gift editorial illustrators nationwide received.  Becoming more than a graphic designer that illustrates.  Prisoner Cats and late night space backpack purchases.  Risographs weird place in the printing world, printing costs, and patience.  Getting into the See Saw Club or evolving past it.  …read more

380 555 - Shop Talk with Billy Baumann2017-03-30 07:00:00
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