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Ep. 119 Sunna Wehrmeijer

People I Think Are Cool

Release Date: 11/26/2018

Ep. 126 April Wolfe show art Ep. 126 April Wolfe

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Ep. 125 Emily Whitten show art Ep. 125 Emily Whitten

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Ep. 124 Andrea Tsurumi show art Ep. 124 Andrea Tsurumi

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EP. 123 Eric Vespe show art EP. 123 Eric Vespe

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Ep. 122 Gina DeDomenico Flanagan show art Ep. 122 Gina DeDomenico Flanagan

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Gina DeDomenico Flanagan is an award-winning costume concept artist. She's worked on tons of blockbuster films, including Django Unchained, Malcom X, and The Hateful Eight. In this episode, we talk about working with Quentin Tarantino, new technology, and being female in a male dominated industry. You can follow Gina on Instagram @illustratedbygina.

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Ep. 121 Kristopher Kotcher aka Frenemy show art Ep. 121 Kristopher Kotcher aka Frenemy

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Frenemy is a freelance illustrator and graffiti/street artist from Austin, Texas currently based in Kuala Lumpur. In this episode, we talk about how different countries view street art, connecting with other artists, and his journey into becoming a self-taught, full-time artist. You can follow Frenemy on Instagram (@frenemylife) and Twitter (@frenemylife).   Show notes:  Website Society6 profile Store Converse Sneaker Design

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Cat Rabbit is a textile artist and designer based in Melbourne. In this episode, we talk about her stop motion collaborations with artist Isobel Knowles, leaning into what you love, and how research can actually hinder your creative process at times. You can follow Cat on Instagram and Twitter (@cat_rabbit).

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Ep. 119  Sunna Wehrmeijer show art Ep. 119 Sunna Wehrmeijer

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Sunna Wehrmeijer is an Emmy-nominated composer based in Los Angeles. Her music credits include Prometheus, Nightcrawler, The Hunger Games and most recently Netflix's She-Ra and the Princess of Power. In this episode, Sunna talks about creating She-Ra's transformation theme, mixing synths with live instruments, and working with some of the best composers in the world. 

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Ep. 118 Lindsey Phillips show art Ep. 118 Lindsey Phillips

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Lindsey Phillips is a documentarian based in New York. I first came across her work this past year at Fantastic Fest and fell in love with her short documentary My Name is Marc. Her 13-minute documentary profiles the legendary owner of Cleveland's Norton Furniture and his wacky and often infamous commercials. In this episode, Lindsey and I chat about the history behind Marc's commercials, covering controversy, and her upcoming projects. She is a talent to watch! You can follow Lindsey on Facebook. 

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Ep. 117 Jessica Leski show art Ep. 117 Jessica Leski

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Jessica Leski is the director of I Used to Be Normal, a documentary following four women who are obsessed with their boyband of choice. I Used to Be Normal was my number one film at Fantastic Fest. Leski and her producer Rita Walsh take you deep into the world of boyband fandom, and they don't stop there!

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Sunna Wehrmeijer is an Emmy-nominated composer based in Los Angeles. Her music credits include Prometheus, Nightcrawler, The Hunger Games and most recently Netflix's She-Ra and the Princess of Power. In this episode, Sunna talks about creating She-Ra's transformation theme, mixing synths with live instruments, and working with some of the best composers in the world. 

You can follow Sunna on Twitter @sunnamusic. 

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