Interview 144: Theron Humphrey, Nashville-based photographer, opens up about the breakup that served as the catalyst for his travels, meeting his canine companion, Maddie the Coonhound, and searching for balance between creating for himself and others.
Interview 142: Jon Setzen, LA-based creative director and entrepreneur, shares about his imaginative childhood, typing his first line of code, why he loves his creative community, and the importance of sharing our mistakes.
Interview 140: Molly Crabapple, New York City-based artist and writer, recalls her early years in the city, opens up about a defining Occupy Wall Street experience, talks about combining art and journalism, and gives some damn good advice.
Just added: The Great Discontent, Issue One (Digital Edition)
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Interview 139: Emilíana Torrini, Iceland-based singer and songwriter, recalls her first musical influence, explains why and how she refuses to be consumed by the industry, and encourages us to get the hours in early on to find out who we are—and then stick to it.
Interview 138: David duChemin, Vancouver-based humanitarian photographer and writer, tackles the tough subject of money, shares about his recovery from a major accident, and urges us to call bullshit on fear and follow our longings.