Interview 146: Steven Heller, NYC-based art director, curator, editor, and writer, talks growing up in the city, his early ambition as a cartoonist, finding his niche, and why we’re all imbued with something—it’s just a matter of finding it.
Interview 145: Kevin Allison, NYC-based comedian and host of RISK!, opens up about growing up gay in the Midwest, life after The State, and why overcoming his fear of making comedy personal has been the most rewarding endeavor.
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)
Immediately download and enjoy our inaugural issue anywhere! Issue one includes two brand new interviews (Tavi Gevinson, Roman Mars), and new images, commentary, and/or updates from interviewees previously featured on the site.