Photographer Jeremy Ball drops by the podcast to talk about Esbjörn Svensson Trio, being sheltered from worldly music, arguing like a lawyer, how one room of his house became a school in the Eighties, learning to forget his Apostolic upbringing, secretly watching Howard the Duck, judging not, having an affair with a married woman, putting all of his clothes into a few trash bags one Saturday morning, serving watery soup, finding a woman who loves coffee, marrying her, and starting a photo business with her.
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Graphic designer and letterer, Sadie Rogers swings by the podcast to talk about why she eats soup, being limited to a ten-color palette, her mom painting E.T., putting dog food up her brother's nose, finding out she was pregnant and accepted to Cal Poly on the same day, going to school with a newborn, hiking the John Muir Trail, being hit by a falling tree, becoming a better mom, and the coolest bowl anyone has ever given her.
Find her online at: http://www.sadieadesign.com/
Holiday rabbit, candy distributor, and aspiring collegiate drummer, Elwood "Easter" Bunny hops by the podcast to talk about his band, The Floppies, his home in Mobile, Alabama, Cadbury Creme Eggs, Peeps, running a trailer park with his mother, Hot Bench, Glenn Miller, becoming the Easter Bunny in 1997, delivering eggs, shooting up, giving back to Jesus, having the shelves stocked by February, his thick glue-like saliva, and his big surprise for the most well-behaved kid each year.
Find him online at: http://easterbunny.com/
Artist Neal Breton drops by the podcast to talk about The Ragged Jubilee, working for Kung Fu Records, starting his own record label, clean living, becoming a painter, getting fired four or five times, fox women with knives, taking a brain vacation, Raymond Pettibon, colors, making art that people want, pretending that every painting is his favorite, The Granite State, having a 'night watchman' dad, bothering the guy who created The Tick, bleaching his hair until it fell out, Stuckey's Pecan Log Rolls, buying a bass with his pencil box money, and his time at The Establishment.