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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!

Adventures In Design Mark Brickey

    • Design
    • 4.6, 323 Ratings

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!

    Anderson Bluu | Sneaker Pop Artist | FOLLOW YOUR OWN PATH

    Anderson Bluu | Sneaker Pop Artist | FOLLOW YOUR OWN PATH

    Andersom Bluu visits us to share how he's followed his own path in the art world and created his own genre of artwork in the sneaker world.

    • 1 hr 48 min
    DAROLD PINNOCK | Passion Behind The Art Show

    DAROLD PINNOCK | Passion Behind The Art Show

    Fellow podcaster Darold Pinnock joins us for a conversation about his unique road to creativity as a career and how creating his podcast helped inform many of the decisions that would lead to his success. Find his podcast, Passion Behind The Art Show, where you listen to podcasts.

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Where Do We Go From Here?

    Where Do We Go From Here?

    Looking back on one of the saddest weekend's in recent American history. Where do we go from here, how do we know what to feel? How can Wrestling help us heal?

    For more information about today's episode visit: http://www.aid.network

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Toby Oliver Cinematographer | Dead To Me and Get Out

    Toby Oliver Cinematographer | Dead To Me and Get Out

    Toby Oliver was the guy behind the camera for Dead To Me season two, Jordan Peele's acclaimed Get Out, and a long list of other great projects. He shares how he does his craft, sitting at the intersection of where storytelling meets technology. But even more, than the technical art, he shares how working on a movie is working with a team. Follow along for great advice on how to help others create amazing projects and how empathy goes a long way in creativity.

    • 45 min
    Shop Talk Looks How Businesses Are Changing with OKpants

    Shop Talk Looks How Businesses Are Changing with OKpants

    Shop Talk looks back at Memorial Day 2020 that felt maybe like a stretch of weird Sundays versus the celebrated holiday weekend that kicks off the summer season. Pants talks about the childlike fun of creating vector art cityscapes, and the boys' debate is Elon Musk and Grimes marketing geniuses for naming their child or just assholes.

    Today in the Circle of Trust, we look at how businesses are evolving in the new landscape. Pornography empowers the performer, while Airbnb's independent owners are...

    • 39 min
    Jason Edmiston | Pop Culture Painter

    Jason Edmiston | Pop Culture Painter

    Pop Culture Painter Jason Edmiston joins us for another episode full of great insight on building an art career built to last. He shares with us how he has been able to pivot during the pandemic, as all of his live events are canceled. Jason goes deep into explaining how he created the light source for his Godzilla painting and give insight into his newest paintings to join the Eyes Without A Face Series.

    In Today's Circle Of Trust - We say goodbye to an illustration legend that shaped...

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
323 Ratings

323 Ratings

JoshCrist ,

Empowering, insightful and actionable! 🙌

Whether you’re well established as someone who can translate creative energy into the impact you want to have on the world, or just getting started as a catalyst for change - this is a must-listen podcast for you! Mark does an incredible job leading conversations that cover a huge breadth of topics related to the ins and outs of building a thriving career and life you can be proud of as a designer - from leaders who’ve actually walked the path. Highly recommend listening and subscribing!

Plasmic Steve ,

Up and Down

I first subcribed to this podcast years ago. Listened for a while then unsubcribed because the host kept putting down formal education in design. He was also childish, not in a fun/funny way but in an attention-seeking way.

A couple years later I heard that an artist I admired was a guest on AID so I listened, felt like maybe I should give it another chance, and re-subscribed.

I listened for another year or so but gave up and unsubscribed again. I just can't get past Mark's biases. By his own admission most of the artists he admires are people who drop out of school - and he admires them primarily because they're dropouts and not in spite of that fact. Why? Choosing to enter school and then leave isn't a positive feature. You can like their work in spite of them droping out but to elevate that as the reason for the admiration is concerning.

Mark started one episode by calling a college diploma a piece of paper, a common term used by those who are self-taught. A college degree in Graphic Design means you've made it through a formal cirruculum, learned to take critique from your professors and peers, and have an understanding of the history of the craft. These aren't bad things and to have them repeatedly dismissed just took away any desire for me to listen to another AID episode.

carleypete ,

Skip the Long Intros

The guests have a lot to offer, but I didn’t realize going into it that I would have to skip the first 10-20 minutes (!!) of each episode just to get to the interview. Common downfall of a lot of podcasts is the host talking too much to let the guest get in any of their own words. This show definitely struggles with that as well. A real shame, since there aren’t many good design pods.

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