Nancea Ceo has reached that moment in her career that most creatives can't wait to get to, the moment where you get to choose projects that matter to you versus the one you have to do. In today's crazy 24-hour news cycle Nancea wanted to take her costume design and fashion talents to a project that mattered and one that helped tell the story of social justice, she found a creative home on Showtime's The Chi.
956 - Shop Talk "Heaven Could Be Awkward"
After a week of battle, Mark & Billy try to kiss and makeup while talking about the heaviest of topics that we are living through and then pondering how making it to heaven could be really awkward. Oh yeah, and they talk about branding and dielines because you know design podcast.
953 - Lincoln Design Co.'s Brand Practice No.05 "Run Wild"
Let's take a look at Lincoln's internal branding and how it's helped them get the opportunity to do this same level of exciting work for many of their clients. Today we look at the evolution of Lincoln Brand and how it evolved away from the design studio. We also explore Lincoln's line of new fonts that you can affordably purchase and use in your next design. Lastly, we close the episode with a solid lesson in branding when we break down the original capsule design created for The Great PNW when Lincoln created the Run WIld campaign. How can you make this work? Work for you? Listen and find out! Website:
952 - Shop Talk "No One Earns A Billion Dollars?"
Mark & Billy can't seem to agree on the fine print, can anyone actually earn a billion dollars? How do you feel about Crocks with attached fanny packs? Can design be so bad that it becomes good again? All of this, a couple of fights and some good laughs on Shop Talk. To hear the full version of today's episode and to get a discount on the new Magical Idea T-Shirt & AID Freedom Logo T-Shirt become a member of the Circle of Trust: http://aid.network/
951 - Indiana Jones Adventure - Disneyland For Designers Episode 05
We know you love Indiana Jones Adventure at Disneyland, but have you ever stopped to think about why it's designed the way that it is with no real main show building and a 1/2 mile walk to the attraction? Why did this ride ever get designed at Disneyland and why did they take a nearly 25 break from making any more attractions? Today we explore all of this and how "Indiana Jones Will Be Looked Back Historically As A Beloved Disneyland Oddity" on Disneyland For Designers Episode No.05 To hear the full version of today's episode and to get a discount on the Magical Idea T-Shirt become a member of the Circle of Trust: http://aid.network/