April 29, 2022
We met Aru about 4 years ago at I think the same convention we met Sarah Millman because they were tabling with CB. It's just taken a while for us to organise a proper chat with them but we hope you agree that it was well worth the wait.
Aru chats with us about their comics and recent dip into making games and project management. We also have a chat about attention spans, to-do lists, autism and boy love. Aru also joins us in the drawing and creates a marvellous image.
We encourage you to send us your drawings and get in touch which you can do via e-mail or social media. All of the drawings will be published on our Facebook, Twitter & Instagram feeds. We also accept donations via Ko-Fi or Patreon
May 1, 2020
Another month is upon us and we are still in lockdown, we hope you are all well.
This episode was recorded at the beginning of March. Elliot and Kay collectively known as Arthole joined us after a full day at the Bristol art fair Shake. We fed them and plied them with tea to find out more about their own art fair, style, interests, influences and whatnot.
Of course, we also made them roll some dice and invent something on the spot and they did not let us down. How Kay managed to draw a whole page of a comic in such a short space of time is beyond us.
Do yourself a favour and go check out their social media to find out when the magazine will be released. Or become part of the elite Arthole Isolation Club and buy yourself a swanky t-shirt. You will be helping to support the magazine and two lovely young artists at the same time.
We encourage you to send us your drawings and get in touch which you can do via our website or e-mail. You can get in touch and find all of the drawings on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. We also accept donations via Ko-Fi
May 24, 2019
Our second episode for May and we have the pleasure of chatting to Stephen Hayles who is one of the directors of Upfest the biggest urban paint festival in Europe. We have split this episode into two parts because it was a long a chat and wanted to bring you as much content as we possibly could.
In the first part he takes us through what it's like to have a crazy dream come true and now be responsible for what we believe is a truly amazing daytime festival. For more information about the festival have a look at the Upfest website.
We cannot thank Stephen enough for coming onto our little Podcast, we think he is really inspirational. Look out for part 2 of this chat later on today and our next full episode will be out on June 7th.
We encourage you to send us your drawings and get in touch. You can find all the ways to do this on our website. We put up all of our artwork and episodes on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. You can also drop us an e-mail & support us via Ko-Fi