Today’s guest is a seasoned podcast and design veteran that you may or may not probably haven’t heard of, by the name of Jeremy Fuksa(no no, that’s “fewk-sah”, I too said it wrong repeatedly and on purpose). Jeremy is the co-host of the international, award-winning radio podcast streaming voice-talky showtime The Shakes which is devoted to the research and study of Michael J. Fox.
When Jeremy isn’t getting into fights with prison kangaroos, he can be seen on the street corners of The Country Club Plaza(in Kansas City) selling Steely Dan mixtapes and signed pairs of Lisa Loeb’s glasses. In his spare time Jeremy curators the Michael J. Fox Fan Club Museum Of Old Props.
Today’s show is not sponsored by a reliable internet connection or mustard.
Today I am honored to have Curse-Master General Aaron James Draplin. You probably know Aaron as the man behind Field Notes brand the insane creative mastermind behind creating nearly every logo ever. Aaron has had an intense, long-term war with sharks, the band The National and one day wishes to have a yard.
When Aaron isn’t tolerating the intense adoration of fanboys (like me) he can be found making logos for nature, like the sun, rain and morning dew. He is also carrying a train on his back around the greater United States talking to people about design and beards.
Today’s show is not sponsored by Laughing or Field Notes.
Today’s interview with Mr. Aaron James Draplin will be postponed until next week to honor the memory and great love and respect that Aaron had for his father Jim, who passed away over the weekend. Sorry for the delay and the serious nature of an otherwise ridiculous and silly podcast, but sometimes it’s important to take a timeout and be serious. I’m sure I speak for all of you that our prayers, thoughts and condolences go out to the Draplin family.
When Dan isn’t eating the bones of dinosaurs, analyzing the perfect Barbara Que he can be found looking sternly at cameras or reading “Confederacy Of Dunces” to put Merlin to sleep at night he can be found collecting various sound effects for his multitude of podcasts.