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jill bliss podcast!


it's friday and time for a new podcast! today i'm speaking with california's jill bliss. jill is a designer's hero among designers- when i speak with independent designers she's often mentioned as someone designers look up to and think is "the greatest" so it was an honor to speak with her. so, [click here] for 15 minutes will jill bliss. also, if you'd like to subscribe to the d*s podcast feed on itunes, search for "design*sponge" and you can sign right up. also, don't forget to sign up for the newsletter (to finally launch next week, hooray!) for exclusive extended interviews with jill and the rest of the podcast subjects. enjoy! [thanks again to jill to taking the time to interview with d*s and for sending that super cute pics of herself, her work and her studio!]



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Anonymous Anonymous said...

great podcast! i love that jill combines organic forms with modern sensibility, that she is inspired by the monterey bay aquarium (such a cool place), and that she is committed to reaching out to other artists...and, of course, her work is so beautiful. i'm excited to visit her booth tomorrow at the bazaar bizarre!

looks like it should be a good time...


8:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you, I very much enjoyed this. Thank you. Your voice sounds extremely soothing and kind.

9:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Im on the plane back to Sweden, trying to catch up with all the posts of yours that I have been missing while in Shanghain(yes, my Chinese internet connection did block blogspot.com). Im not sure wheter I have mentioned it before ;) but i loove your writing and designer finds (as well as the new internet connections on SAS international flights that allow me to read them while travelling). Have a good weekend Grace!

7:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jill's work is super cute, but YIKES! Her website is a disaster :(

4:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A few weeks ago, I bought one of her wallets from a store here in Chicago called Penelope's, but I had no idea what Blissen was--I just loved the fabric and construction of this groovy little object. So now I know, and I appreciate it even more!

8:00 PM  

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