07 Breakfastcast

Breakfast Its Supposed to be FunnyThis episode, I’m joined by Kirby Rightbackatcha Rudolph and Jeff Pecina to talk about some caricature controversy that came up on Social Media that seemed to put a bit of a rift between those who like to exaggerate in retail, and those who stick with more of a traditional approach. Why can’t we all just get along?

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  1. aaron philby

    I wrote something well worded before. You’ll have to imagine it, but it was something about the word “traditional,” and why I think that might not be a fitting word for a caricature that doesn’t make fun of it’s subject. But I do like how you strap the idea of tradition to the anvil of prioritizing money above all else.
    I don’t think there’s any real adamant feelings when it comes to the crazy versus fairly funny and likenessy. There’s no bad blood there, but it’s more like this thing where as artists we can feel the vibe of the artists we work with. We understand their priorities far more intimately than the customers and so we’re frustrated when a real honest to goodness ruze is taking place that it’s not as transparent to the customer (whom we desperately want to love) as it is to us.
    I also want to say where are all the comments? There should be more comments up in here.
    I also want to say I like you all and wish the best for you.

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    1. alirthome@gmail.com Post author

      I agree on both counts. I think it does really come down to frustration of the artists not being on the same page when they work together. And also, where are the comments? Maybe we are all talked out about it 🙂

      And thanks for the well wishes 🙂

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