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SADCAST: a podcast featuring stories, art and design from "No Fun City."
27 minutes | Aug 2, 2022
EP 86 - Living the Dream with Illustrator Justine Crawford
How does one transition from a 9-5er to full time artist? Justine Crawford (@justinecrawfart) explains to new host Becca Clarkson. You can come see her cover art for SAD's 33rd issue, WILD, as well as the beer label she helped design for SAD's Sour at our launch party on August 13th @ Tightrope Improv!
24 minutes | Jun 21, 2022
EP85: Transitions with Activist Jessie Nelson
Jessie Nelson goes through the details of their human rights case, fighting against discrimination in the work place, in a special segment by Becca Clarkson. Pam reflects on her time with SAD Mag and says goodbye to the SADCAST for now. With music from ACR (Aaron Charles Read).
41 minutes | Mar 16, 2022
EP84: Your Third Place with Kevin Romain
Chatting with Kevin about his coffee bus and creating a coffee shop that won’t ruin the neighbourhood in a special segment by Becca Clarkson. With music from Kevin Romain.
42 minutes | Jan 4, 2022
EP83: Controlling Your Destiny with Illustrator Hiller Goodspeed
Chatting with prolific illustrator Hiller Goodspeed about how staying true to his creative vision has lead him to doing his most fulfilling work. With music from Perkulat0r.
45 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
EP82: How to Focus with Illustrator/Art Director Carson Ting
Chatting with the multi-talented Carson Ting about how to focus and get shit done, even if you have to fake it sometimes. Also discussed: Productive procrastination, The Illustration Department, Astropad, ADHD and pour over vs french press coffee. With music from Bojm.
41 minutes | Aug 6, 2021
EP81: Getting Attention with Dates of YVR
Talking to Vancouver meme queen @datesofyvr about her biggest turn offs and how roasting can be a type of flirting. Also discussed: Dad jokes, anxiety, waxing, low rise jeans, and the biggest karaoke “don’t”. With music from @pradomonroe @z.d.b.t @specialsworldwide
57 minutes | Mar 30, 2021
EP80: Finding Your Purpose with Design Researcher Satsuko VanAntwerp
EP80: FINDING YOUR PURPOSE WITH DESIGN RESEARCHER SATSUKO VANANTWERP // Chatting about the Japanese concept of Ikigai or how to find the thing that makes you get outta bed every morning with design researcher Satsuko VanAntwerp. See Satsuko’s talk on Ikigai for free here. With music from World Brain. Also discussed: SADCAST Playlist AI Hackers These drawers
58 minutes | Feb 17, 2021
EP79: Motherhood & Creativity with Artist Alice Clair
Fresh off of mat leave we delve into the topic of motherhood & (vs?) creativity. Talking with artist, illustrator, and mother Alice Clair about finding your way as a creative and who we would FMK in the Adobe suite. With extra tips on how to balance creativity and kids from writer Michelle Cyca, artist Sandeep Johal & photographer Lindsay Siu. With music from Humans. Also discussed: Dictionary of colour combinations @stillherestilllife Oobleck
55 minutes | Feb 13, 2020
EP78: Comedy Duo Allie Entwistle & Kerri Donaldson
Find out how the comedy duo Brunch like their comedy, influencers and eggs –– the answers will surprise you. Also discussed, Spotify's broke ass, why auditioning sucks and are street magicians the new prop comics? With music from Peach Pit
44 minutes | Jan 6, 2020
EP77: Designer & Comedian Seabus Memes
Chatting with Vancouver's online provocateur Seabus Memes, who, surprisingly is very chill IRL. We discuss all the hits including Tinder, Uber, Cactus Club and the secret to getting a cab to take you to the North shore. With music from Jay Arner.
42 minutes | Dec 9, 2019
EP76: Designer & Letterer Sami Christianson
Sami Christianson talks about going from working in an agency to co-founding Best Studio with her friend and colleague Mariko Whitley. We discuss how they came up with their confident studio name and the details on what it’s really like to start your own studio. With music from Slow Tide.
47 minutes | Nov 6, 2019
EP75: Designer & Illustrator Trevor Basset
Trevor talks about what it's like being a senior designer at Starbucks while managing his side hustle Throw & Co. We also take a peek at the Seattle design community and Trevor's new drink & draw group, SAD Friends (weirdly, not affiliated!). With music from Wimps
48 minutes | Oct 7, 2019
EP74: Cameron Spires from Goat to Self
Cam chats about his side hustle @goattoself, his many future creative projects, and how it compares to his day job as a copywriter. We also chat about what’s funny, what’s over the line and how to tell the difference. With music from Necking.
39 minutes | Sep 6, 2019
EP73: Alice Forneret from Dead Mom's Club
Talking about grief and unconventional grieving strategies with expert Alica Forneret. Also, on the accounts side of things, Dan Culic from Rethink talks about his biggest pet peeve when working with creatives. With music from Club Sofa.
44 minutes | Aug 6, 2019
EP72: Comedian Andrea Jin
Pam chats about her creative personality according to Adobe. Guest Andrea Jin talks about the importance of being an authentic comedian along with musings on how to give criticism, family guy, manic pixie dream girls and asking the important question, if you like Dane Cook are you OK? With music from Kellarissa.
46 minutes | Jul 5, 2019
EP71: Illustrator Graeme Zirk
Discussing what made Graeme leave his design job at Lush to follow his dream of being a full-time illustrator. Also discussed: is being a creative better now, or in the past? And how doing something you suck at can set you free. PLUS Katheryn Benedict-Perri from Glasfurd & Walker stops by to tell us what she thinks makes a good creative from an accounts perspective. With music from Devours.
49 minutes | Jun 4, 2019
EP70: SAD Comedy Vol. 7
Excerpts from our live SAD Comedy show recorded earlier this year, featuring the truly hilarious Abdul Aziz, Pardis Parker, Tin Lorica, and Katie-Ellen Humphries. Hosted, as always, by Jackie Hoffart.
52 minutes | May 1, 2019
EP69: Katie Stewart & Michelle Cyca from SAD Mag
Pam chats with fellow SAD mag co-publishers about what it’s been like to build the magazine and what it’s like to let it go to the next generation. Also discussed, the weird secret behind Kinfolk's success and design & advertising awards. With music from Dream Cars.
36 minutes | Mar 25, 2019
EP68: Comedian Yumi Nagashima
Seeing what it was like for Japanese born comic Yumi Nagashima coming up in the comedy scene in Vancouver. Also discussed: Terrace House, punching up, comedy taboos, and Aziz Ansari and that whole mess. With music from K!MMORTAL.
43 minutes | Feb 25, 2019
EP67: Text Artist Mega McGrath
Chatting with the mega talented Mega McGrath about originality, mantras, the rap calendar, and staying hyped about your creative practice.
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