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Crafted is a show that explores the philosophies, tools, and techniques that we use to create exceptional work. The show interviews independent artists, designers, hackers, founders, and makers on how they began, their artistic and technical process, motivation, and how they define success and failure.

Latest Episodes

Crafted LIVE with SET Creative

This is a very special live edition of Crafted, recorded in front of an audience at Design Week Portland headquarters at Pioneer Courthouse Square on October 10, 2014.I interviewed Israel Kandarian, Louis Carlton and Joel Ryan Brandon of SETcreative, and experiential creative agency.We discussed best in class brands, executing with quality and speed, And feeling fast. We also talked about examples of their work with Nike, Uniqlo, and the Design Week Opening Party.

26 MIN2014 DEC 1
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Crafted LIVE with SET Creative

A Profession Not Neatly Defined with Tsilli Pines

As Tsilli Pines' profession evolves, she describes herself as less of a designer and more as "the person that gets things done". In the years since moving to Portland, Tsilli has positioned herself as a leader in the Portland design scene, as the host of the Portland chapter of Creative Mornings, Co-Director of Design Week Portland, and Graphic Designer at the creative agency Fine. We discussthe concept ofleaving a legacy,its impact on motivation, and the rewards ofreaching out to those you admire and respect.

51 MIN2014 NOV 21
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A Profession Not Neatly Defined with Tsilli Pines

The Pressure with Adam Garcia

EIn this episode I talk with Adam Garcia, the Art Director, Designer, and Illustrator behind his studio The Pressure.After studying at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design, Adam worked at Rhymesayers, 160over90, and Nike. His expertise includes illustration, event coordination, branding, packaging design. Adam is also an adjunct faculty member at Portland State University and host of the Amazing Stumptown Spelling Bee.We spoke about the winding road to a career and the unforseen benefits and opportunities that arise from being vague. Titles denote expertise, but can also limit the type of things you create.Follow Adam Garcia on TwitterSee Also:The PressureRhymesayersMinneapolis College of Art and DesignOMFGCOJolby and FriendsNikeDungeons & DragonsThe Amazing Stumptown Spelling BeeThe Upside of Limitation with Kate Bingaman Burt160over90If you want to help support the show directly, visit patreon.com/crafted.The Music you heard on this episode is from Travelling Day, Phantom Fauna,...

59 MIN2014 AUG 29
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The Pressure with Adam Garcia

The Upside of Limitation with Kate Bingaman Burt

For Kate Bingaman Burt, illustration started out in such more, holding herself accountable for the tens of thousands of dollars of debt she was in. Through her "automated projects", She put illustrations of her credit card statements online, using the entire world as a way of holding yourself accountable. With an acquired taste for illustration, she began her daily drawings, documenting one purchased item my day from February 5, 2006 to February 5th, 2014.One of her projects that struck me most was on the found objects. Free boxes (which pepperthe streets of Portland during the summer) exhibit a curious collection of mementos, antiquated media, and things that someone might have a use for. Kate takes note of these things and out of it arise questions of consumerism, preciousness, and personality. What does a book about Freud, anUgly Betty DVD, and an old towel say about someone? Whatever it is, it makes for an interesting story.In episode three of the show, Kate discusses growing up...

34 MIN2014 JUL 30
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The Upside of Limitation with Kate Bingaman Burt

For The Love of Bread with Philippe Garcia

In this inbetweenisode, I sit down with Philippe Garcia to discuss his improbabletransition from working as a freelance audio engineer in Lyon, France, to owning a bakeryin Portland, Oregon.You can find out more about Philippe and his bakery on his Facebook page.The music you heard in this episode was "Mary Celeste's Daughter" byPhantom Fauna and "Magicka" by Jenova 7.

10 MIN2014 JUL 24
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For The Love of Bread with Philippe Garcia

Working for Happiness with Adam Arnold

In this inaugural episode of Crafted, I sat down with Adam Arnold to discuss the importance of struggle. Adapting to challenges and being able to overcome limitations in pursuit of goal is what separates hobbyists from those with a seemingly divine purpose. Through struggle, Adam Arnold helped shape the burgeoning fashion scene in Portland in the early 2000s.Adam describes his studio as an extra limb of his. It's an extention of his mind, brought into physical reality through white walls and bricks.“There just isn’t enough time in a life to develop, make, and work on all of the things I want to. That’s why I’m often in my studio. If it weren’t for this place, where I can experiment daily with fit, color, construction, and form, I would surely die unhappy. It is every artistic person’s divine right to have such a place, and I am very grateful to have one. It not only helps in the development of ideas, it is essential to the personal evolution of the soul.”Iinterviewed Adamfor ...

51 MIN2014 JUL 16
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Working for Happiness with Adam Arnold
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Latest Episodes

Crafted LIVE with SET Creative

This is a very special live edition of Crafted, recorded in front of an audience at Design Week Portland headquarters at Pioneer Courthouse Square on October 10, 2014.I interviewed Israel Kandarian, Louis Carlton and Joel Ryan Brandon of SETcreative, and experiential creative agency.We discussed best in class brands, executing with quality and speed, And feeling fast. We also talked about examples of their work with Nike, Uniqlo, and the Design Week Opening Party.

26 MIN2014 DEC 1
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Crafted LIVE with SET Creative

A Profession Not Neatly Defined with Tsilli Pines

As Tsilli Pines' profession evolves, she describes herself as less of a designer and more as "the person that gets things done". In the years since moving to Portland, Tsilli has positioned herself as a leader in the Portland design scene, as the host of the Portland chapter of Creative Mornings, Co-Director of Design Week Portland, and Graphic Designer at the creative agency Fine. We discussthe concept ofleaving a legacy,its impact on motivation, and the rewards ofreaching out to those you admire and respect.

51 MIN2014 NOV 21
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A Profession Not Neatly Defined with Tsilli Pines

The Pressure with Adam Garcia

EIn this episode I talk with Adam Garcia, the Art Director, Designer, and Illustrator behind his studio The Pressure.After studying at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design, Adam worked at Rhymesayers, 160over90, and Nike. His expertise includes illustration, event coordination, branding, packaging design. Adam is also an adjunct faculty member at Portland State University and host of the Amazing Stumptown Spelling Bee.We spoke about the winding road to a career and the unforseen benefits and opportunities that arise from being vague. Titles denote expertise, but can also limit the type of things you create.Follow Adam Garcia on TwitterSee Also:The PressureRhymesayersMinneapolis College of Art and DesignOMFGCOJolby and FriendsNikeDungeons & DragonsThe Amazing Stumptown Spelling BeeThe Upside of Limitation with Kate Bingaman Burt160over90If you want to help support the show directly, visit patreon.com/crafted.The Music you heard on this episode is from Travelling Day, Phantom Fauna,...

59 MIN2014 AUG 29
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The Pressure with Adam Garcia

The Upside of Limitation with Kate Bingaman Burt

For Kate Bingaman Burt, illustration started out in such more, holding herself accountable for the tens of thousands of dollars of debt she was in. Through her "automated projects", She put illustrations of her credit card statements online, using the entire world as a way of holding yourself accountable. With an acquired taste for illustration, she began her daily drawings, documenting one purchased item my day from February 5, 2006 to February 5th, 2014.One of her projects that struck me most was on the found objects. Free boxes (which pepperthe streets of Portland during the summer) exhibit a curious collection of mementos, antiquated media, and things that someone might have a use for. Kate takes note of these things and out of it arise questions of consumerism, preciousness, and personality. What does a book about Freud, anUgly Betty DVD, and an old towel say about someone? Whatever it is, it makes for an interesting story.In episode three of the show, Kate discusses growing up...

34 MIN2014 JUL 30
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The Upside of Limitation with Kate Bingaman Burt

For The Love of Bread with Philippe Garcia

In this inbetweenisode, I sit down with Philippe Garcia to discuss his improbabletransition from working as a freelance audio engineer in Lyon, France, to owning a bakeryin Portland, Oregon.You can find out more about Philippe and his bakery on his Facebook page.The music you heard in this episode was "Mary Celeste's Daughter" byPhantom Fauna and "Magicka" by Jenova 7.

10 MIN2014 JUL 24
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For The Love of Bread with Philippe Garcia

Working for Happiness with Adam Arnold

In this inaugural episode of Crafted, I sat down with Adam Arnold to discuss the importance of struggle. Adapting to challenges and being able to overcome limitations in pursuit of goal is what separates hobbyists from those with a seemingly divine purpose. Through struggle, Adam Arnold helped shape the burgeoning fashion scene in Portland in the early 2000s.Adam describes his studio as an extra limb of his. It's an extention of his mind, brought into physical reality through white walls and bricks.“There just isn’t enough time in a life to develop, make, and work on all of the things I want to. That’s why I’m often in my studio. If it weren’t for this place, where I can experiment daily with fit, color, construction, and form, I would surely die unhappy. It is every artistic person’s divine right to have such a place, and I am very grateful to have one. It not only helps in the development of ideas, it is essential to the personal evolution of the soul.”Iinterviewed Adamfor ...

51 MIN2014 JUL 16
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Working for Happiness with Adam Arnold
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