Antionette Carroll (founder of AIGA National’s Diversity+Inclusion Initiative | founder of Creative Reaction Lab) and Cathy Solarana (AIGA Nebraska Director of Diversity & Inclusion | Owner of Wheelhouse Collective) stop by the show to discuss design, social change, diversity, inclusion, and how failure is not a bad thing. Enjoy.
Our last show of 2010! In 2011!
We take questions from the field of Twitter (follow the site on @36point, Nate @vossome, and Donovan @eleven19), and then, we talk about them! It’s a killer end to the season, really. It at least gave me an excuse to turn Tron Girl there into InDesign Tron Girl. Which I love.
So listen up!
Wednesday I made a promise that we’d stick with Newton’s artistic longings, so consider today’s comic a minor distraction.
I’m not sure how much I want to go into the issue at hand, for fear of exposing myself. Let me just say that sometimes in life, things happen, and the best way to deal with them is to share them in three panels.
Happy Wednesday. We’ll be spending a little bit of time with Newton’s previous hair-heavy state (also seen here) for the next few days, or until I run out of jokes, whichever comes first.
News of note: 36 Point is going comic-only for a few weeks here while we re-tool the site. We’re looking into a lot of what Movable Type 4 offers and seeing what makes sense and what we think you guys would like to use around here (aside from timely comics, drew). I’m picturing an atom-bomb of total awesomeness that will probably amount to a water-balloon of “pretty-good” when it’s all said and done, but regardless, we’ll give it our best, promise.