Pixel Recess is a very brief podcast with industry leading designers and developers, focusing on nearly everything but design or developing.
United States
41 episodes
since May, 2013


Episode #38 - Motke Dapp Does Not Have Face Baldness

· 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.
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