Wed, 28 February 2018
January 2014 Jay Shaw stopped by and talked about his graphic design-heavy poster style, he also shared info on his at the time new job at Mondo as a designer and soon to be an art director. However, the moment that four years later still goes down as one of the best stories ever told on Adventures In Design was the details on his first ever “design job.”
July 2014 Sonny Day stopped by Mark’s house in Los Angeles while working his way from Australia to Austin, Texas for his upcoming solo art show Mind Intern. Sonny shares how the loss of his dad opened him up emotionally to feelings that he decided not to ignore but pour into his artwork.
Today hear Mark Brickey, and Mitch Putnam not only look back on the evolution of AID but how these two designers have made their work known around the world and become two of the most respected names in illustration, movie posters and printmaking.
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The World's Greatest Poster Artists celebrates a collection of interviews conducted on AID showcasing some of the most talented artists in the poster design community.