Mark hates the movie Gravity. Josh and Andrew love it, but then pretend they don’t. This is our worst episode.
Josh interviews Thomas Fisher, professor and dean of the College of Design at the University of Minnesota about the future of cities, the impact of humans on the environment and what strategies can be implemented in order to make less of a footprint on the world.
This week the guys talk about failure, and fail to have a good episode.
In our first Lost Creature Radio Conversation, Mark talks with designer & artist Brian Singer.
Josh recounts his near-death experience while Mark and Andrew make jokes about it.
This week we talk about daily projects. The guys are working on 100 days projects and Josh just finished another year long project. We also count the number of times we can put the word project in the description. Project.
This week we talk about success and whether we’ve ever even had any in the first place.
This week we talk about our struggles with ambition. How we align where we think we’d like to be in our career versus where we actually are. We talk about the mindset that should go into accepting things as they are while working towards improvement instead of staying angry at the present.
In our first episode, we talk about how difficult it is to actually start new projects. More than fear of the blank page, we talk about the fear of not having instant perfection and getting over your issues to just put your work out there.