The designer podcast you need to be listening to

Hello all my designer friends out there, whoever you may be. Let me start off by saying that I’m not huge into podcasts, nor have I been paid or received any benefit from posting this. I want to plug a show called Adventures in Design because… well… I just blatantly love this show. For those of your shaking your head with excessive skepticism and judgery… piss off… Do yourself a favor and listen to an episode. It’s well produced, chock full of great content, and mostly free. Mark Brickey, the host/creator/semi-genius of the show, interviews one or a couple of designers, illustrators, artists every weekday. The interviews are in depth touching on personal subjects of self-doubt, positivity, entrepreneurship, porn, piety, and so much more. I find myself wishing my commute was longer just so I could finish an episode in the car because at work I get interrupted with phone calls, emails, and coworkers constantly. I love this show so much that I paid the $99 to be in the “Circle of Trust” not because I wanted the excellent special content, but because I don’t want this guy to stop making the show. Yeah, it’s that rad.

So, if you’re a designer, creative, illustrator, or an artist, start listening to this show. When you love it, and you will, pony up the bones for the Circle of Trust so Brickey doesn’t quit making gold. Joseph, out.

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