Emily and Jackie talk about bathrooms in other countries, peeing outside of bathrooms, handbags, college, learning for the sake of learning, TVs that don’t have TV, movies, American Hustle and Newsies.
Emily and Jackie talk about living near NYC, speaking Spanish, time management, living in New York City, living in Troy, Emily’s projects, moving apartments, moving books, rearranging space, tiny appliances, toilet-sink combinations, and a la carte bathrooms.
Emily and Dan discuss NY winters, communication to build strong relationships and to take care of yourself, addressing needs, Marshall B. Rosenberg’s Nonviolent Communications, the effects of Facebook on communication, and what makes someone an adult.
Emily and her mother, Dawn, talk about tattooing animals, factory farms, weird meat, canned vegetables, what pets do when you’re not around, accessible playgrounds, daylight savings time, horse shoes, people shoes, and baby sitting co-ops.
Emily and Jenny talk jam comics, Super Art Fight, comics conventions, Child’s Play, Penny Arcade, Jamie Noguchi, Habiba, feeling not successful enough to talk to your peers, Craig Thompson, Bone, Dada, memes and Desert Bus For Hope.
Emily is joined again by Heather aka DJ Heat Machine, and the two discuss Platypuses, Armadillos, Kangaroos, Reality TV, celibacy, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, media slants, terrible comments on the internet, bananas, the wood guy, straw feminists, bra burning and Alex Jones.
Emily and Heather talk college radio, the mysterious dump button, FCC rules, Janet Jackson’s boob, SPORTS including repetitive injuries, the Super Bowl, and throwing footballs. They also discuss fake balls as in testicles, including the metal kind that hang from trucks and the prosthetic kind that hang from pets. In addition to dog plastic surgery, they discuss cats, facebook trends that have jumped the shark, internet fossils, bands, instruments, mini / seeing eye ponies, mouse deer, guinea pigs, hamsters, chicken nabbings, hermit crabs, and the Jersey shore.
Emily and Caroline talk about repurposing things as a means of purging, student loan debt, rolling jubilee, college as a luxury, planned obsolescence, dryer fires, the life span of the repair industry, sign painting, New Bohemia, fixers collectives, sewing machine repair, Troy Nexus, the difficulty of collaborating, Warby Parker glasses, Harry’s razor blades, alternative business models: subscription services, of-the-month clubs, CSAs, Art Snacks, underwear and twerking.
Emily is joined by Caroline and the two discuss graphic design, hipster logos, creating a typeface, teaching comics, summer camp, basketball, educational experiments, the importance of reading, whether or not technology is changing our ability to read, technology that will read things to you, the psychological weight of stuff and storage units.
Emily sits down with her father, Joe, to discuss working, priorities, the problem with “you young kids” today, whether or not Emily is lazy, paper routes, gambling, bowling, getting hit by a car, skiing, Warren Miller films, moguls, and vehicles.
Jessica Jenkins returns! In this episode, Emily and Jessica talk about newspaper boxes, Little Free Libraries, coffee shops, art supply stores, pricing your work, carrying air conditioners, the late Troy Co-op, inking, noodlin’ around, masters’ studies, pricing freelance work, Jessica Hische, winter blues, and hibernation.
Emily and Terence talk art careers, applying to animation school, degree mills, methods of pursuing a job, alternative (adult) education, vectors, editorial illustration, sketchbooks, sequential art exercises, artist references, guns and spaceships, Steven Universe, networking, and starting things.
Emily and Jess talk about breast feeding, cutting your own hair, bleaching your own hair, losing your own hair, periods, menstrual cups, pads, tampons, Depo-Provera, IUDs, cramps, bloomers, old school menstruation practices, and puberty.
Emily and Tonya discuss note passing, inclusivity in community projects, Margination, Savannah, GA, water colors, the Hudson Valley, nicely tailored clothing, art creeping, gouache revenge, French movies, and singing versus visual art.