In the tenth episode of Pirated radio I speak to graphic designer John Macklin about his work for the now infamous record label Factory records, his time working as a lecturer at Manchester metropolitan university and why Manchester has been able to re-invent itself from an industrial workhorse of a city into one of Englands creative hubs.
In episode 8 of Pirated radio I speak to logo wizard Ian Paget about his process he goes through when undertaking a brief, what a logo actually is and what its used for (spoiler, it might be different than you may think) and we also touch on the future of logo design and the inevitability that computers will take all our jobs. Pleasant, to say the least. Enjoy!
In the 7th episode of Pirated radio I chat to the multifaceted Jacob Nelson about a multitude of things from the importance of setting life goals, responsible design and is the idea of being able to share dreams. No really, multiplayer dreams. Enjoy.
In the sixth episode of Pirated radio I chat with street artist turned AR creator Doddz. We touch on his time at university, his work after graduating, his more recent work he is doing in the AR space being partnered with Facebook and the future of the AR scene. Enjoy
In the fifth and by quite a margin longest episode of Pirated Radio I speak to the type designer, art director, Donald Trump hand mocking Mark Davis about his love for type, his career, the future of type and his typeface that was featured on The tonight show with Jimmy Fallon, Tinyhand.
In this episode I chat to Charlotte Maldari, founder of Kaffeen, a company on a mission to keep design studios busy by creating and implementing bespoke marketing activities to find and keep new clients. We speak briefly about the ever changing design industry and how to go about starting your own creative practise.
In this episode of Pirated Radio I chat to Aleenah Alam, a design student currently in her second year, about how she got into design, where she sees things going for herself in the next few years and diversity in the industry.