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i've got lists of dream interviews lined up, but i wanted to check in with you guys- who would you like to see interviewed on d*s podcasts? i'd like to focus on independent designers instead of the big big guys, but i'm all ears. the next few weeks will feature lighting designers, shop owners and some more designing women...so stay tuned!

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Anonymous jennifer said...

okay, perhaps not the answer you are looking for... but I've been really curious to know more about you.. I just recently found design*sponge, I have listened to your podcast.. and I'd be interested in finding out what your answers might be.

just thought I'd throw that out..

12:57 PM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

jennifer

thanks for the thought, though i think most people are probably sick of hearing about this old sponge.

but if you're interested, i did two podcasts here with other sites:

http://craftypod.blogspot.com/2006/03/craftypod-22-designsponge-with-grace.html

http://sparrowcast.libsyn.com/index.php?post_id=51666

d*s :)

1:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You should interview Teresa Robinson of Small Things Designs. Her creations are so amazing!

1:43 PM  
Anonymous carolyn said...

hi there!

Your blog has become a daily staple for me, and I really enjoy your podcasts.
Have you considered interviewing Denyse Schmidt or Jody Levine (the craft editor of Martha Stewart kids) she's been a contributor to MS for EVER, I would love to find out where she find inspiration, and about her love of paper (not so much about the Martha world, but more about her own personal design influences and loves)

I would also love to hear more from the fab Indie Designers that you have been interviewing, it would be great to find out how they started their own business (I for one have been fiddling with the idea of leaving my corporate job and starting my own design - esque business) so it would be great to hear from like minded female designers who have figured out a way to do what they love for a living.

Thank you so much for the daily inspiration!

2:33 PM  
Blogger jwh said...

i would love to hear more about ellen lupton and how she manages to balance writing, working at the cooper-hewitt, teaching at mica, husband, children, running between new york and baltimore, etc... and still able to remain sane... lol

jwh

4:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it would be great to hear from a forum of individuals on a central subject to hear what each of them thinks about that subject...what if you had a fashion designer (from someone like Ralph Lauren that has both fashion and home products), an interior designer and an editor (maybe one of the young ladies from domino's editor pages).

5:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what about other people in the design community rather than just designers?...i'd love it if you could interview some photographers for design magazines or say a design writer for a magazine or some who thinking about design in an interesting way but isn't necessarily a designer.

designers certainly are interesting, but why limit yourself to that one group for podcasts -- a broader scope of the design industry would interest me more.

6:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

another thought: store owners or other people setting trends.

6:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about San Francisco artist, Rex Ray. His collages blow my mind!

11:26 PM  
Anonymous Paavani said...

You can cover up some big shots. but I would like to hear from some fresh minds. How does they start their designer' journey. How they faced problems & get projects.

12:33 AM  
Blogger limako said...

How about Rena Tom - I'm curious about how she went from jewelry designer to store owner and what about her translates into what she brings into her store that other people in her area may not carry.

Thanks, I'm really enjoying the insite an humanness of your podcasts.

1:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just received a telegram set from 16sparrows.com and I really love it...

I'd love to know more about their creative process and how their managing an online store.

Also, I like the idea of getting a forum of several people's input in regards to one subject.

Thanks!!!

9:38 AM  
Anonymous Marieke said...

Hmm. Sarah of The Little Object, Camilla Engman and Karin Eriksson I would say!

9:44 AM  

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