Internet + Convention = Intervention: The Premier Showcase of Online Creativity. Featuring Webcomics, Blogs, Podcasts, Videos, Makers, and more. Intervention (a combination of the words “Internet” and “Convention”)highlights independent artists from all spectrums of creative output (Comics, Music, Podcasts, Video, Blogging, Stories, etc.) who use the Internet as their primary distribution method. The convention hosts panels, workshops, movie showings, music concerts, open gaming, and dance events.
For thousands of years man has desired the color blue for art. Unfortunately it was very hard to come by. True vibrant Blue could only be extracted from a rare rock called Lapiz Lazuli and it could only be found in a single cave in Afghanistan. It was more valuable than gold.
The Walt Disney Company has a history of taking from the Public Domain and not giving back. Instead they copyright what they take and then try to extend copyright on said properties indefinitely which keeps them out of the public domain forever. They have profited immensely from the Public Domain and legally pursuing any one who they feel threatened by. They do not give anything back. Only take.
Interview with Artist, Writer, Director, Story Artist and comic creator John Sanford who currently works as the Director of the Dreamworks Animated Series Riders of Berk . John is also the creator of the web comics Chippy and Loopus and K&J which his wife writes. John is originally from Denver Colorado. He attended Calarts and in 1993 started at Disney on the Hunchback of Notre Dame as a Story trainee. He also worked on Mulan, Atlantis, a little on Lilo, then co-directed Home on the Range.
First up, I’m sure I missed something. There were lots of big news in the Art World this year. Damien Hirst had another installation ripped off. Works of Fine art selling for record numbers, A&E the arts and entertainment channel finally went to shit. Anyway, sorry If I missed something this is just the stuff that really stood out to me. Bansky, Miyazaki, German Art Horde, Russian balls nailed to the floor, Bush paints kitty cats, Zimmerman painting, Picasso raffle. And now Here we go.
Welsh born Freelance Cartoonist Andrew Charles Griffiths drops by the Studio to talk about his new Children’s Book Eddie the bad tempered Teddy. We talk Animation, Comics, Cartoons, Illustration and there’s even a cameo by Alan Moore!
Sexy horror comics creator Geo Brawn IV joins me for our annual Halloween show on Man vs. Art. We talk about a bunch of cool things like Breaking Bad, Creativity, Gags, 80’s action films, graphic novels, and much more!
THIS PODCAST IS A CELEBRATION OF ART IN ALL IT’S FORMS. THE GOAL IS TO MAKE INTERESTING, COMEDIC, SOCIAL SATIRE AND TO INSPIRE ARTISTS THE WORLD OVER.
THE SHOW IS FILLED WITH HILARIOUS BITS OF IGNORANT NONSENSE AND ADULT THEMES THAT REALLY REQUIRE THE MATURITY LEVEL OF BEAVIS AND BUTTHEAD TO FULLY APPRECIATE.
PLEASE DO NOT LISTEN IF YOU ARE OFFENDED BY SUGGESTIVE LANGUAGE, OR IF YOU HAVE ANY SORT OF GOOD TASTE AN/OR ABSOLUTELY NO SENSE OF HUMOR.
Has the Comic Con jumped the shark? Should it even be called “Comic” Con? In this episode one old geek comes to terms with the fact that the comic con has become something else. It has mutated. No, Evolved. No, The comic Con has adapted. Can this old geezer geek accept the change?
Poet Christopher Luke Trevilla and Artist Raul Aguirre Jr. go deep into the artist rabbit hole and explore the mind of the artist.