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The ultimate podcasts for creatives. Hosted by Nick Longo, Mikelle Morrison, and Jordan Wilson. A unique team of creative professionals, united together to bring unique inspiration and uncommon perspectives. We help creatives continually improve their careers and endeavors with in-depth interviews, round table discussions, and instructional lessons.
 
The Quickie Podcast for Graphic Designers is a damn good show where host Dave Hopkins interviews talented Graphic Designers, Illustrators, and Creative Directors, quickly - usually 30 minutes or less. Hear from freelancers to creatives at world-renown businesses and agencies, about their wins, their fails, lessons learned, what inspires them, and the story about how they even got there. Subscribe to be entertained and inspired by each guest's unique journey. Plus who doesn’t love a good quic ...
 
Exploring the interaction between the medium of comics and the discourse of healthcare. Episodes include conversations with comic authors, academics and healthcarers, plus select presentations from our international Comics & Medicine Conferences. Our podcast is hosted by MK Czerwiec, and new episodes are generally released weekly in .m4a format with embedded images to go along with the audio. Visit graphicmedicine.org to view our podcasts in either .m4a or .mp3 (audio-only).
 
The Graphic Sound is a podcast about creativity and work. Digging into the thought processes behind graphic design, illustration, and other creative fields, the show aims to uncover simple principles that drive creative people. Hosted by graphic artist Brandon Rike, a leading designer in the music merchandising industry, The Graphic Sound exists to simplify the methods with which we put our creativity to work.
 
A weekly graphically enhanced podcast that includes the latest book news and insightful one-on-one interviews with your favorite literary personalities. Please visit www.authorinyourpocket.com to get more information on the authors featured on our show. TriCom Podcast is dedicated to putting Authors In Your Pocket!(tm)
 
‘Graphic Wieners - A comic book podcast’ is a monthly comic book and graphic novel book club. We discuss some of the best - or worst, depending on the Wiener’s opinion - comic book and graphic novels throughout the art form. Expect deep feelings, candid opinions and sketchy knowledge (with the odd health update thrown in). Each issue will focus on one book but the conversation will spin off in many directions, including some of the latest news within the industry and movies. We ask you all t ...
 
KingEz is a Songwriter, Writer, and Graphic artist who likes to talk while he's working about philosophy, theology, music and art... So he came up with the genius idea of putting a mic in front of his face, so people think his talking is not crazy.
 
👀 Attention. The foundation of humanity and the reason we exist. We exist because we were attentive. From ape to homo sapiens, from morning 'til night and from Facebook adverts to Super Bowl ads. Everywhere around us there are millions of things fighting for our attention — all at once, mind you. In this podcast, Iacob Pastina and Ch Daniel explore what attention means, where, why and how people pay attention. Iacob is a moving image director, while Daniel runs an experiences design agency t ...
 
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THE Julia Serano explains why Loki and Sylvie have no time for your gender essentialism, Tea Fougner delves into Loki's gender fluidity in comics and we all wish the queer showrunner would stick around another season. Julia Serano is an Oakland, California-based writer, performer, biologist, and activist. She is best known for her nonfiction books …
 
Episode 81 Greetings, Explorers! While recording our next episode of the Summer Special we saw the Omega signal in the sky! That must mean it’s time to take a look at Batman: Last Knight on Earth. Written by Scott Snyder, art by Greg Capullo, and published under DC Black Label. This story is trumpeted as the final Batman story by the duo of Snyder …
 
This weeks guest is Alex Lang. He is the Director of Visual Propaganda at Liquid Death. He is also a Graphic Designer and Creative Consultant at Destroy + Design. During this episode we talk about: -growing up a military kid. -Augmented Reality Design and why he is such a big fan. -the advertising design gig that he had, what he learned, and why it…
 
"Extra time equals extra opportunities" - David Jon Walker. In this episode, we are joined by David Jon Walker. A talented designer and Associate Professor of Art in Graphic Design. We chat about his experience over the last year and how he took advantage of 2020 to set new Creative and Personal Goals. We talk about how he set new goals, including:…
 
Christina Falzano, Managing Director of Conran Design Group stops by The Reflex Blue Show to talk about getting into branding, changes over the years in phone bills, how people interact with brands now, working in branding for the pharmaceutical and health spaces, and more. Enjoy. The post Christina Falzano: The Reflex Blue Show #219 appeared first…
 
In this installment, Ian Williams interviews Professor Helen Spandler, Dr Jill Anderson and Tamsin Walker, of the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) about their Wellcome Trust funded project which explores how zines ‘craft contention’ about mental health – and can help to turn individual struggles into critical issues for society. Ian writes,…
 
Our July podcast episode is themed Perspiration and our special guest Lisa Peranzo embodies every ounce of it. Lisa Peranzo has over 10 years of experience in the fitness industry. She has worked with a diverse population, including first responders, athletes and adolescents. Her experience in the fitness industry has also included working with cli…
 
Jenn, Bear and Josh are joined by three-time guest Reid Wooldridge to talk about the final More Moore episode - League of Extraordinary Gentlemen! What was Nemo's plan? Is the movie bad or good? And how many English literary references can you possibly fit into one graphic novel? Tune in to answer these questions and Moore!…
 
"After a year worrying about Marvel emailing me from their legal team with a cease and disist — I get an email from Marvel asking me to write a story for an upcoming comic!" - Stephanie Williams Stephanie Williams is a comics historian and pop culture critic for notable publications such as SYFYFANGRRLS, Marvel, The A.V. Club, Nerdist, Den of Geek,…
 
Episode 80 Greetings, Explorers! We’re kicking off our 2021 Summer Special with Everyone is Tulip, published by Dark Horse Comics. Co-creators Nicole Goux and Dave Baker sit down with us to discuss their comic book, which debuted June 17 in comic book shops and June 29 in book stores. Nicole illustrated comics like Shadow of the Batgirl, Fuck Off S…
 
"As a boundary defying human I found myself looking for ways to engage with the stories that made me feel alive. When I watched a superhero movie or read Octavia Butler I was talking about real things in a way that felt more fruitful" - S.E. Fleenor, writer/editor/podcaster. S.E. Fleenor joins us to talk about the queer speculative fiction antholog…
 
Zoran has a lengthy chat to writer Emmet O'Cuana about his life in comics, how he feels about comic book Kickstarter campaigns and the sometimes blind hope that novice comic book creators wear on their chest. Emmet also gives insight into his processes of writing and how he moved from podcasting about comics over to creating comics such as Faraway,…
 
After a difficult year in quarantine, The Test Pilots kick off with a new 2 part episode series on Mental Health in the Design Community and interview industry professionals Meg Lewis and Kate O’Connell. Tune in for the first episode of the series—filled with personal stories, helpful tips, and more! This episode is sponsored by Skillshare. To take…
 
Ready, set, MANIFEST! Danielle and Cicely have a JAMMED PACKED GEMS episode with best selling author, content creator and tv/radio personality Shonda Brown. Shonda Brown White is passionate about encouraging and empowering women through life and love real talk. This divine purpose has led to her to write and publish books including the bestselling …
 
Our Manifest episode is definitely helping us kick off summer right! Meet distinguished podcaster and veteran mom, Jennifer Reed. Jennifer is a mother of a little girl, a wife for the second time and a caregiver to her Navy veteran husband. Listed as a top 50 mom podcaster in Podcast Magazine in May 2020 she is current 2020 Elizabeth Dole Fellow fo…
 
This weeks guest is Karina Daniluck. She is a Lead UI/UX Designer based out of Kelowna BC. She is currently working with an app start-up company, and prior to that, she was with Disney for over 12 years. During this episode we talk about: -how she got into design because she wanted to improve the town's aesthetics. -her early design days at Club Pe…
 
Bear, Jenn and Josh are joined by special guest Jason L Blair of Fun Sized Games to discuss The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina! Josh screwed up the audio on this one. How does it stack up to Riverdale? How is this comic like the old horror pulps? And when someone says "Sabrina, no!" why is her immediate reaction "SABRINA YES!"?…
 
Zoran has a lengthy chat to writer Emmet O'Cuana about his life in comics, how he feels about comic book Kickstarter campaigns and the sometimes blind hope that novice comic book creators wear on their chest. Emmet also gives insight into his processes of writing and how he moved from podcasting about comics over to creating comics such as Faraway,…
 
This weeks guest is Patty Nguyen. She is a very talented Graphic Designer out of the Bay area. Patty has worked with clients like Apple, Blackberry, SJ Giants, Camp + King, and many more. During this episode we talk about: -the two people that really pointed and encouraged her to pursue design and creative. -the Blackberry conference design work sh…
 
Our longest-running tradition here at the DGDC, Bill Gardner returns for the 2021 Logo Trends Report. Bill and the Logo Lounge team report what they have found by thoroughly scrutinizing the more than 35,000 logos submitted to LogoLounge since last year’s report. As always, this report comes with a disclaimer, "It is an observation of the trajector…
 
“One of the goals of Renegade Rule was to present a book and world that allows for queer joy” - Ben Kahn “The closer it is to trope-y fan fiction the more I like it” - Rachel Silverstein Meet the writers of a new original graphic novel published by Dark Horse, Renegade Rule! "The Manhattan Mist have beaten the odds to land themselves in the nationa…
 
Meredith Reese, Chief Integrated Behavioral Health Officer has been with Vista Maria since July 2003. In her current role, she is responsible for the integration of mental health and physical health services on campus serving all youth in care. Meredith holds a certification in Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care-Pediatric Track and has t…
 
"Most people comment on logo rebrands as if they're judging a diving competition when they should be judging a swimming competition. It's not what kind of splash you make when you hit the water. It's how long you can keep your head above the water." Michael Bierut said it best. We should review logo rebrands differently. Logos need to have a long l…
 
EPISODE 79 Greetings, Explorers! In our final episode of season 5, the gang takes a look at Pride of Baghdad. It’s a fictional tale based on the true story of four lions that escaped the Baghdad Zoo after the U.S. military bombed Baghdad in 2003. Written by Brian K. Vaughan and artwork by Niko Henrichon. The story concerns a small pride of four lio…
 
This weeks guest is Steve Green. He is a Senior Creative Director at NIKE out of Portland OR. During this episode we talk about: -what it was like to literally drop everything for the opportunity to work at NIKE. -his early creative influences in drawing and skate culture art. -the struggle he faced at the mid-way point in his current time at NIKE …
 
Policing and the model minoirty myth are deconstructed through a noir genre lens in this hardboiled detective series created by today's guests, sak Pichetshote and Alexandre Tefenkgi. A new Image Comics series, The Good Asian stars detective Edison Hark—a haunted Chinese-American detective—on the trail of a killer in 1936 San Francisco's Chinatown.…
 
Our episode on RENEW will completely REVIVE with the energy we're bringing! Join us as Danielle chats with award winning, best selling author and founder of CrownYourself.com Kimberly Spencer. Kimberly Spencer is an award-winning high performance, trauma-informed coach and trainer, Amazon best-selling co-author, international motivational speaker, …
 
This weeks guest is Ryan Long. He is the Creative Services Manager and Designer behind the HAAS F1 Racing team. If you aren't following F1 racing yet, go check out the Netflix documentary Drive to Survive to see what you are missing. @ryan_long_01 During this episode we talk about: -design for an F1 team and what is included in all that. -how his o…
 
Graphic Campus's Theresa and Gene Yang with Rosa Lee, get deep with Matt de la Peña. We get to listen in on his origin story, his basketball background and how the new book he wrote and illustrated by Christian Robinson, Milo Imagines the World, came to be. We discuss how reading a picture book contains multiple, complex layers. Milo Imagines the W…
 
Episode 78 May the Force be with you, Explorers! In this episode, Duel of the Fates the gang reads (read in your best Yoda voice). The script, originally planned to close out the Skywalker saga, was written Colin Trevorrow (who was also hired as the director). However, due to creative differences and/or other claims, Disney scrapped the script, Col…
 
This weeks guest is Tim Chuang. He is a talented Graphic Designer out of Vancouver BC. @ During this episode we talk about: -his comic book intro to design and illustration. -the 10th-grade parent-teacher meeting where his parents were told about Graphic Design as a career and that their son is very talented. -West Coast Hip Hop and Jordan 5's. -th…
 
"Zemo is the only character with an ideology" - Brandon Wilson "A real Captain America looks to the rest of the world like The Joker" - Spencer Ackerman Talking about Disney's latest Marvel TV show, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier with two of my favorite Marvel experts. Spencer Ackerman award winning national security journalist and author of REI…
 
Despite running a profitable, successful design business, many of us have experienced a few failures. We see failure as the end result of our efforts, or worse, we see it as the definition of our character. In this episode, Nick and Mikelle reflect on our own failures – financial challenges, client relations, and communication dilemmas. Hopefully d…
 
Ian Williams talks with Zara Slattery, whose book Coma comes out May 13, 2021 in the UK from publisher Myriad Editions and September 14, 2021 in the US. The book chronicles her experience with an infection which forces healthcare professionals to put her into a medically induced coma. For relevant links, visit graphicmedicine.org. Download here…
 
Meet Author and Educator, Sherri L. Smith! We chose her book, Flygirl, for our upper grades/middle school community read because it epitomizes hope for a better future. We dig in deep with Sherri about her various jobs leading up to writing this book about a black woman becoming a WWII Women's Airforce Service Pilot. We explore crossing racial boun…
 
This weeks guest is Adam Vicarel. He is a Creative Director and Designer at Vicarel Studios. What a great conversation! During this episode we talk about: -some of the creative work he was around that started getting him interested in the design and art direction. -the comment from a teacher that helped him understand the common ground between art …
 
Doctor Julian Bashir is Deep Space Nine’s resident physician, humanitarian, James Bond cosplayer and disaster bisexual. We are joined by Ali Nagib, Assistant Director of Illinois NORML, an organization that was key to ending cannabis prohibition in Illinois. In this episode, Ali helps us discover why Dr. Bashir was so important for representation, …
 
Our Bonus Episode features Genie Dawkins, founder of The Parenting Cipher. Genie Dawkins is a single mother of four (two grown and two school-aged) and has over 19 years of being a parent advocate of special needs children. Additionally, she is an international speaker, best-selling author, Host of The Parenting Cipher podcast, and Parent Confidenc…
 
Theresa and Rosa, from Graphic Campus, chat with Edie Lau, the author of Clementine's Great Big Uh Ohs! Her two sons, Gabriel and Nathan co-wrote this book about a sweet little mouse that faces daily "UH OHs" creating anxiety filled disasters while learning to manage her anxiety with confidence. "They hope many children who struggle with anxiety/ri…
 
EPISODE 77 Greetings, Explorers! The gang heads into the den of Something is Killing the Children, Vol 1. The children of Archer’s Peak are not safe. One child survives an attack that leaves the rest of his friends dead. No one believes his story about a monster killing his friends. However, the new stranger in town believes him. Her name is Erica …
 
So your book has been published! It is now in out in the world for everyone to read.And now . . . what happens? Do people mostly come to find your book organically? How do you make sure people are still reading your book in a year . . . and what can you do to make sure that they're still reading your book in five years?We talk to Julia Pohl-Miranda…
 
Episode 250! Can't believe we made it here. Thank you for spending some of your time with me and the talented creatives on this show. This week's guest is Monte Eady. He is a Graphic Designer and Entrepreneur, as well as a Creative Director and CoFounder out of Milwaukee WI. During this episode we talk about: -making the decision to hop into that s…
 
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