This is the Threadless podcast! Where we talk to creative people doing creative things. There’s always something we can learn from creatives from all corners of the artistic world talking about their craft. If you’re looking to get inspired, find out about some amazing things to add to your binge-watch/reading/tunes list, and if you want to nerd out, then welcome home!
Jordan writes for HBO’s "Divorce", "The Nightly Show", and "Uncommon Sense Live." He is also the co-host of an incredible podcast with Michelle Buteau called "Adulting" that covers the trials and tribulations of adulthood. Join us as we talk with Jordan about what it means to be an equal opportunity entertainer, how growing up in Texas shaped his youth, why British comedy was such an influence in his material, and more hilarious but critical lessons in life.
Artist Lauren Asta dropped everything to become a traveling full time muralist. On this episode, Threadless chats with Lauren about what it’s like to work with big sports teams like the Chicago Bulls and White Sox, interacting with the public while doing a piece, and why Chicago is one of the greatest cities in the world!
Our first episode of 2019 is nothing short of inspiring as we’re joined by Priya Shah, Founder and Executive Director of The Simple Good. Their mission is to connect the meaning of good from around the world to empower at-risk youth through art and discussion. An artist herself, Priya shares with us a few mind-opening stories from kids that overcame their own limitations. Who says they can’t rule the world? We talk about travel, life, art and ways to remember to pause and congratulate those small, good things that happen everyday.
On this episode, we’re joined by cartoonist Carey Pietsch! Carey most recently illustrated “The Adventure Zone” - a graphic novel based on the Dungeons & Dragons podcast of the same name that quickly topped the New York Times’ Trade Fiction Best-Seller list the month of its release. Carey has also worked on “Adventure Time: Marceline Gone Adrift”, “Lumberjanes”, her own titles “Rift” and “The Witches’ Daughters”, and much more. Join us as we talk comics, artist's block, creative collaboration, and more!
Can’t stop bingeing "BoJack Horseman" on Netflix? Get to know one of the creatives who brought the show to life! We sat down with production designer and producer of "BoJack Horseman", Lisa Hanawalt. Besides giving the show its unique look and characters, this artist extraordinaire creates books of art and comics like Hot Dog Taste Test and co-hosts the podcast Baby Geniuses in her free time. We talk about everything from the "BoJack" aesthetic and her favorite episodes, to creative anxiety and cats eating people (for real). Give it a listen!