Hosted by Don Lehman, Core77's podcast series is designed for all those times you're sketching, working in the shop, or just looking for inspiration from inspiring people. We'll have conversations with interesting creatives and regular guests. The viewpoint of Afterschool will come from industrial design, but the focus will be on all types of creativity: Graphic design, storytelling, architecture, cooking, illustration, branding, materials, business, research... anything that could enrich your thought process, we'll talk about.
If you're reading this, then you've probably had the same dream as a lot of us: You want to make and sell your own thing. You may not even know what that thing is yet exactly, you just know you want to do it. And that can be daunting. Maybe even feel nearly impossible.
Well you're in luck, because today's guest, Rusty Meadows, is just the guy you want to talk to. Rusty is the founder of the Nearly Impossible conference, an event for people who make and sell physical products that's set to take place this November 7th and 8th in Brooklyn. The event is geared towards sharing stories about overcoming the hurdles we all face when trying to bring our ideas to life. Rusty's experience comes from his role as manager of Tattly, the designy temporary tattoo company that celebrated it's second birthday earlier this year.
Michael Karnjanaprakorn (Skillshare
Tina Roth Eisenberg (Swissmiss)
Jason Santa Maria
Anna Bond (Rifle Paper)
David Bias (The Impossible Project)
Rachel Shechtman (Story)