EFII Podcast Episode 84 – Paul Sahre


PAUL SAHRE!!!

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This super-packed episode of the Escape from Illustration Island Podcast features an in-depth conversation with Paul Sahre, a multi-faceted Artist and Designer who consistently innovates on creative projects with everyone from The New York Times to They Might Be Giants! We discuss his pursuit of “interaction” through illustration and design plus plenty more. On top of an engaging talk with Paul Sahre, you will also find some really fun extras in this episode for your listening pleasure. Tell your friends the EFII Podcast is back and better than ever!

(The music and spoken word track at the end of the episode was created using audio from the archived EFII appearances of Jessica Hische and Christoph Niemann.)

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Relevant links discussed:
(These open in a new page so you can browse while you listen.)

Paul Sahre Website

Two-Dimensional Man – Paul Sahre’s Memoir

They Might Be Giants

Dial-A-Song

“Prepare” Video for TMBG (or watch below)

Frank Netter

Astropad

EFII Community on Patreon

Escape from Illustration Island Podcast

Thomas James Illustration Website

Good Job Tommy

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7 Comments on “EFII Podcast Episode 84 – Paul Sahre”

  1. Antonina Novarese
    April 30, 2017 at 1:09 pm #

    This is a great episode and it is really inspiring to see that the podcast is back.

    • May 2, 2017 at 2:19 pm #

      Hey thanks so much, Antonina. Feels good to be back to such welcoming listeners!

  2. Antonina Novarese
    May 3, 2017 at 8:13 am #

    Hello, Thomas. I have recently discovered this great site, so I had just a few weks to be sorry your podcast is over – and here it is back!
    I don’t know, maybe it is not a right place to ask, but there used to be a site “illustration mundo”, you have mentioned it in the early episodes. I cannot find it, I only come to a Nate Williams portfolio site. Do you know if it still exist? I am trying to figure out if those things are gone or it is me not seeing some obvious links or something.
    Thanks a lot and a big-big welcome back!

    • May 3, 2017 at 1:52 pm #

      Nate Williams used to run Illustration Mundo but has since discontinued it. That’s one of the drawbacks of the early episodes. Some things have changed in 5 years.

  3. Antonina Novarese
    May 4, 2017 at 12:45 pm #

    That’s is a sad news. And a “zero to illo” seems to also be gone. It could be great to have a podcast episode about this kind of sites that are active today. Those who survived and maybe some new have emerged. And a good luck with this one,
    of course!

    • May 6, 2017 at 1:22 am #

      Great idea. I’ll definitely be working in some resource interviews. Thanks for bringing it up.

  4. September 4, 2017 at 3:28 pm #

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