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Ep. 15 Ian Glaubinger

Ian is a pop culture illustrator and graphic designer. He's created eye catching images for Star Wars, Gallery 1988, and Teefury. In this episode we talk about what it was like creating licensed work for Star Wars, managing his own work hours, and why he's strictly a PC man! 

Direct download: EP15_Ian_Glaubinger.mp3
Category:Art -- posted at: 6:05pm EDT

Ep. 13 Tina Henry

Tina Henry is the mastermind behind Tina Seamonster and also the creator of the indie craft and comic shows Grump and Smudge at Artisphere. She's been making and selling crafts for over 10 years. You can find her work in Books a Million stores across the nation and also around local stores in DC. She just recently said goodbye to crafts and hello to a new career in writing. I sat down and talked with her about this next phase in her life. You can follow Tina on Twitter @tinaseamonster

Direct download: Tina_Henry_Final.mp3
Category:Art -- posted at: 10:38am EDT

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This week we get crafty with Derek Sanchez-Hoeksema of Oh Sew Nerdy! Derek is best known for his edgy pop-culture cross stitching. His work has been showcased in gallery shows across the nation. You can check out his shop, Oh Sew Nerdy, on Etsy and see what new designs he's working on on Oh Sew Nerdy's Facebook and Instagram.

Direct download: Derek_Final_Revised_Audio.mp3
Category:Art -- posted at: 10:30am EDT

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Today we have the wonderful, talented Dave Perillo. He is seriously one of those dudes that you want to sit down and have a beer with instantly when you meet him. He is one of the best known pop culture artists in the biz, and he just wrapped up his solo show at Gallery 1988 titled Squares 4 Squares. He is currently at NYCC if you want to stop by and see him. Also, he has a limited edition Frozen print out today. This guy is everywhere!

Direct download: 2014-10-10T06_12_08-07_00.mp3
Category:Art -- posted at: 9:12am EDT

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This week I sit down with illustrator, writer, and sculptor Patt Kelley. We caught up on his latest graphic novel, Scout, and we talk about the awkwardness of interacting with people at comic conventions. Patt is a super cool dude. You can check out his work and comic What's for Breakfast on pattkelley.com.

Direct download: 2014-09-26T04_47_16-07_00.mp3
Category:Art -- posted at: 7:47am EDT

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In this episode we kick off the series with animator, Heather Larkin. We talk about how she jumped career paths from biology to animation and her fearless interactions with pitching ideas to media executives.

Direct download: 2014-08-08T08_35_31-07_00.mp3
Category:Art -- posted at: 11:35am EDT