Month: July 2018

Episode 280 – David Lloyd

Virtual Memories Show 280: David Lloyd “Art should be an adventure, and once it ceases to be that, you’re done.” From A(ces Weekly) to V (for Vendetta): UK comics legend David Lloyd joins the show to talk about his storied career, and how he made the shift from artist to publisher with the online comics…

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Episode 279 – Hal Mayforth

Virtual Memories Show 279: Hal Mayforth “As a kid, I was scared of Superman comics. Robots, too.” Illustrator-painter-cartoonist-musician Hal Mayforth joins the show to talk about making art out of the everyday. We get into his daily sketchbook practice (along with transcendental meditation), the shelf-life of illustrators’ styles, the music he makes out of found…

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Episode 278 – Dmitry Samarov

Virtual Memories Show 278: Dmitry Samarov “The curse of knowing more is that you see more.” After our pre-opening tour of the Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation museum, artist Dmitry Samarov and I repaired to a cafe where we recorded a noisy conversation while Dmitry sketched me. This ridiculously casual episode gets into artists…

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Episode 277 – Nathaniel Popkin

Virtual Memories Show 277: Nathaniel Popkin “A city, like a book, can be read.” For a guy who calls himself a master of nothing, Nathaniel Popkin does a pretty good job for himself as a novelist, literary editor, critic, journalist, and urban historian. Nathaniel joins the show to talk about his new novel, Everything Is…

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Episode 276 – Mark Ulriksen

Virtual Memories Show 276: Mark Ulriksen “When I went on my own, I gave myself two goals: I want to do work that I like and I’m proud of, and I want to earn the respect of my peers. I have control over the first and not the second, but I think I got ’em.”…

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