Pixel Recess

By Pixel Recess

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Pixel Recess is a very brief podcast with industry leading designers and developers, focusing on nearly everything but design or developing.
41 episodes · since May, 2013
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April 18, 2014 · transcript
Oh hey there guys! Welcome back! Where have you been? I've been busy at work making new episodes with imaginary people inside my mind, but I guess you guys didn't hear those? Anyway, today's show is with an old friend, who may or may not be 23,000 years old, Motke Dapp. You might know Motke from his days of busking with design to help fund his movies, or for pushing around color shapes. In his spare time Motke remakes famous movies using animals, such as The Ten Commands using meerkats and Die Hard with jellyfish; and contemplating the taste of colors and which sandwich makes the best hand puppet. Please rate and review this podcast on iTunes! Today's show is NOT sponsored by 1-800-FLOWERS or International Beard Of Power Conspiracy.
March 12, 2014
Ready yourself for the dance-tronic spectacular of today's guest — "tear-off" clothing connoisseur, conference speaker dance specialist, future President of the Fantasy Football Fail League and writer of Game Of Thrones meme network bloglr tumblesite Sex-Hobbit, oh, and also a front-end mechanic of Acme CSS, Jenn Lukas. When Jenn (with a hard "n") isn't contemplating the cries of John Snow, you can find her writing things and spontaneously reading books out loud. Please rate and review this podcast on iTunes and vote for it as the Best New Podcast on the Net Awards. Please don't make me create thousands of alias email accounts to make my dream of superfluous internet stardom (and subsequent celebrity mental breakdown) a reality. Today's show is NOT sponsored by George R.R. Martin or The City Of Philadelphia.
Feb. 21, 2014
Welcome to another episode of dumb! On today's episode we have International Champion of Celebrity Buzzword Faceoff VII, contest strategerist of board game word metrics, a Word Fascist and Twitter biologist, Kristina Halvorson. You might also know Kristina for being from Minnesota, strategizing strategies about others strategizing their content about others content, and purveyor of Unsuckit Please rate and review this podcast on iTunes and vote for it as the Best New Podcast on the Net Awards. Please don't make me create thousands of alias email accounts to make my dream of superfluous internet stardom (and subsequent celebrity mental breakdown) a reality. Today's show is NOT sponsored by Kenny G or Mad Libs.
Feb. 13, 2014
On today's show we have the talented internationally known artist, hooligan, vandal, censorist, and thief Austin Kleon. When Austin isn't busy taking naps under his desk or sorting through the various envelops with dick pics in them, he can be found melting lake-effect snow and making his own form of alcoholic drink. You might also know Austin as the inspiration for the city of Austin, in Texas — where they make BBQ and hipsters; for making the infamous app Austigram, for advocating the defacement of the Constitution, and not doing things to books. Austin may or may not like midwesterners and will do many things for a million dollars. Today's show is NOT sponsored by dick pics or newspapers.
Feb. 5, 2014
There is nothing normal happening in today's episode. Not only is there no interview, there is no discernible direction, motivation, or context for what transpires. What I hope at the very least is that some fun and humor is found at the expense of the endless glut of future entrepreneur (aka entermanures) visionaries and whatever. I want to thank Sean for going along with my insanity and you the listener for enduring the mouth crimes that inevitably ensue. Please rate and review this podcast on iTunes and vote for it as the Best New Podcast on the Net Awards. Please don't make me create thousands of alias email accounts to make my dream of superfluous internet stardom (and subsequent celebrity mental breakdown) a reality. Today's show is NOT sponsored by meat or words.
Jan. 29, 2014
I knew it would happen eventually, and now it has. The interrogation has been turned, and now I have become the victim of my own making. So today, my friend Sean Sperte — who works in Seattle on an app product where people play tag throughout the universe — asks me the dumb questions and I provide the letter crimes with my mouth words. I (apparently) speak 2 languages, besides my version of English, I also speak sarcasm and fart. I am also a entermanure for a company that makes clown apps for kids. When I'm not busy using potty words and asking ridiculous questions to famous(ish) creative people, you can find me doing this podcast in a closet or a parking lot and shamelessly begging people to rate and review this podcast on iTunes and vote for it as the Best New Podcast on the Net Awards. In real life, I make monsters and fart jokes. Today's show is not sponsored by cough drops or the new adventure ride at Disney World, The Polar Vortex.
Jan. 23, 2014
Well there you are! I've been looking all over for you. It's time for another excuse about time and lateness and words, but it doesn't matter because we have a new episode with international gentleman Dan Rubin. You might know Dan from his coast to coast to coast Instagramming career — where he takes photos of architects and their cats, or from his burgeoning solo-jazz, musical parody career — where takes popular tunes and turns them into songs about design, photography and rounded corners. When Dan isn't accumulating more Instagram fans than Justin Bieber has run-ins with the law, he can be found in waiting at an airport on his way to a speaking engagement (aka running from the FBI), or on Google searching for phrases like "Cat Carrot", "Rhino Kumquat" and "Armadillo Cabbage". Today's show is not sponsored by United Pickle Workers or Starbucks WiFi.
Jan. 8, 2014
Welcome back. I guess. I hope all of you had a wonderful holiday break (if you got one, I can't assume that you did) and that it was filled with awkward family moments, gifts you can't return and shirts that don't fit. Anyway, today's guest is design-legend, multi-dimensional soothsayer, time-traveler and all around tall handy-man Kurt Braunohler. When Kurt isn't getting paid in gift cards and making designs inspired by fecal mistakes, you might find him rummaging the shorelines of California researching whale blowholes, or hauling oil and brown things into New Jersey. Kurt also has an inspirational podcast called "The K-ohle" as well as an album that might be about design, called album thing called "How Do I Land?". Today's show is not sponsored by The Gap, Coca-Cola Brand Related Products or Elf On The Shelf. Be sure to vote and submit the show for the Best Podcast at The Net Awards. Now. Go. Hurry.
Dec. 17, 2013
Happy Holiday Christmas New Year stuff! You've waited for weeks and days and now it's here, the chin-wagging talk-time with Mr. Dan Cederholm. Aside from writing no more than 2 Volumes of CSS based fan-fiction, Dan is a self professed flannelback, clown school dropout, chronic mis-speller and founder of Dribbble (the 3rd "b" is always silent and 4 b's make any word French). When Dan isn't drinking New England moonshine you can find Dan honing his skills making balloon art, communing with ghosts, fantasizing about bee based fashion and writing banjo music about CSS and SaSS. Previous to a horrific FBI incident involving witches propaganda Dan wanted to be a clown. Today's show is not sponsored by Moleskine Head Injuries and Instagram.
Dec. 3, 2013
Yes yes, I know, another kid interview. Here's the truth: I did not have any time to edit together my episode with Dan Cederholm and rather than release an episode late in the week, I cobbled and hobbled and threw together a "late night" interview I had with my youngest son, Luke. Lame? Perhaps, but I think you'll enjoy the "interview". True to the nature of interviewing a 4 year old, there are vast amounts of butts, burps and incoherence. It might be endearing or annoying, I personally am on the fence. When Luke is avoiding the color purple or praising the magnificent accomplishments of his best friend Felix, he can be seen refusing to eat foods that are not sugar or bread. In his spare time Luke plays the Nintendo 3Ds and pretends that he is Mario, occasionally "gathering" coins from my night stand. Luke cannot state enough how much he hates purple. Today's show is not sponsored by Painful Kids Concerts and Regret Week.

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