Death Before Desk Job is a podcast geared towards creative individuals who are pursuing — or are attempting to pursue — their creative endeavors to their heart's content. Host Paul Motisi interviews creatives from all walks of life to better understand their processes and motivations, and tries to find valuable advice for anyone looking to carve out a larger place for creativity in their lives.
Mark Dean Veca
Painter Mark Dean Veca speaks about working with Zoltron for Primus' poster series, the joy of ritual tedium, and finding that spark that makes him pick up a brush.
See Mark's work on his website (http://markdeanveca.com) and you can folow him on his Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/mdvecastudio) and his Instagram (http://instagram.com/markdeanveca)
Comprehensive show notes at http://deathbefordeskjob.net
Bruce Pandolfo (AllOne)
Rapper and poet Bruce "AllOne" Pandolfo speaks to justifying his existence through creative exercise, embracing improv with Avalanche Canvas (and on a typewriter) and making puzzles for yourself.
Follow AllOne on Instagram (http://instagram.com/allonevoice) and Twitter (http://twitter.com/allonevoice) and get his music on BandCamp (http://allonevoice.bandcamp.com).
Full links and show notes on http://deathbeforedeskjob.net
Illustrator Sam Neukirch speaks about reconciling the imaginative with the observable, the Brony convention circuit, adapting to drawing with chronic tendonitis, and navigating a creative life as a neurodivergent person.
Check out Sam's work at http://samdoesart.com
You can also find her on:
Full show notes at http://deathbeforedeskjob.net
Re: The Election
Paul just needed to vent this week, but he tried to tie it into the show's themes by encouraging you to research President-Elect Biden's policies, how they affect you as a creative, and how you can channel your creativity to impact change in politics.
Michael McManus (Gamblers)
Musician Michael McManus from the band Gamblers talks about the mechanics of music service agencies, practicing the art of the business, and choosing to not remain in the darkness.
Get show notes at deathbeforedeskjob.net
Illustrator Kerin Cunningham talks at great length about using Twitter to gain exposure for her merch line's Kickstarter, getting fed up with the state of art schools (so much so she held a panel on it at Chicago's C2E2), and her love of My Chemical Romance. This one is a doozy.
Links and show notes at http://deathbeforedeskjob.net
Customer ReviewsSee All
I’m probably biased.
It’s my show. But I can’t see the reviews, so maybe if I leave a review, it’ll let me.
I never was a podcast person before but Desk Before Desk Job changed that. It’s easily my favorite now and I always look forward to what is coming up next. Keep it up, Paul!