Feasting On Design

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Design influences the world around us every day. We chat with designers, illustrators, photographers, and others to find out the stories that made them want to get into the creative world as a career, and talk with chefs, bartenders, restaurateurs and anyone else that uses their creative talent about how they use their creative talents to design their menus and restaurants. If you have suggestions for guests or questions about the show, please reach out to us on Twitter @feastondesign.

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Feasting On Design

Jason Frostholm
121 47: Whiskey and Branding with Peter Bacallao2016-11-18 05:36:00
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122 46: Inappropriate Jokes with Jillian Adel2016-11-15 00:41:00
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123 45: Dream Big with Jamal Collins2016-11-11 05:50:00
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124 44: Bringing Fire with Scott Biersack2016-11-08 11:52:00
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44: Bringing Fire with Scott Biersack

Welcome to the Creative South Podcast! I’m your host, Jason Frostholm. Today, I talk with designer and hand lettering artist, Scott Biersack. We talk about being nearly homeless when he was younger, his time studying type designs at the Cooper Union, dealing with depression and anxiety, the pressure he puts on himself, and more, all right after this. I want to thank our friends over at Jak Prints for sponsoring this episode. I had the opportunity to take a tour of their facility up in Cleveland this past August and it was incredible. Whatever you need printed they can do it. Do you need stickers? Jak Prints can do it. Do you need T-shirts? Jak Prints can do it. Embroidered hats, business cards, banners? Jak Prints can do it! They make great stuff at a great price. Speaking of banners, Jak Prints has their lowest prices on banners ever right now, Some of them are up to 70% off. I just looked up the cost of and 8’ x 5’ banner, how much do you think it should cost? $200? More? You can get it from Jak Prints for just $70. While we’re talking about the great offers lets talk about the fact that Jak Prints is offering free 877 silver ink upgrade going right now. But it’s not just on silver ink, if you are looking to get some hats embroidered you can get free silver thread! So when you get something printed or embroidered now through the end of the year, add some silver in that design. If you love pocket-sized notebooks, check out Jak Prints Pocket Notes. They come with tons of options making them perfect for gifts, giveaways, branding and custom office supplies. Custom pocket notebooks are sized for quick sketching and note taking. Plus, unlike other printers who make you design around their company logos, Jak Prints builds their custom notebooks from the ground up, giving you the entire cover to customize in vivid full color. Jak Prints makes great, affordable stuff for designers like you and I. They focus on quality and customer service and have been loyal Creative South Sponsors for years. Why not pick them next time you need stickers, banners, or pocket notebooks printed? Plus, Jak Prints is giving you a great discount when you Use Promo Code: CSPODCAST16 you get: $25 - Save: $5, $50 - Save: $10, $ 75 - Save: $15, $100 - Save: $25 ,$150 - Save: $40, $200 - Save: $50, $300 - Save: $75 just use promo code CSPODCAST16 at checkout, or visit Jak.ink/Design. 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. 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 Scott on Twitter and Dribbble @youbringfire 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. And, if you like the Creative South Podcast head over to iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Play Music – rate us and leave a review, this helps more people find the podcast and allows us to keep getting awesome guests. Now go out and Hug Some Necks! Find out more about Scott Biersack: scottbiersack.com Facebook Behance …read more

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140 33: Derek Friday2016-09-12 02:40:00
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