Just before the Christmas holidays I finished a logo for Public Radio International, for a new podcast they are developing with Inkstick Media called Things That Go Boom.
I loved working with Inkstick on this, and I'm super happy with how it turned out!
Not sure if you knew this, but I used to be a graphic designer, and designed logos all the time, before I made the jump to full time artist. So this was kind of fun to revisit my past, dig into my ol' toolbox, while applying my drawing style to a podcast's identity.
With all the talk of potential nuclear war with North Korea, among other things, Things That Go Boom is super relevant to what's going on in the world today. Here's how they describe it:
It's a new podcast from Public Radio International (PRI) and Inkstick Media that explores national security and foreign policy in a way that doesn’t make you want to gouge out your eyes. You don’t have to be an expert to tune in. Just grab a cup of whatever you like and pull up a seat. Things That Go Boom digs into the big stories – and the stories you’ve never heard – through a combination of narrative storytelling; short, accessible explainers; and frank conversations with experts in the field.
(P.S.: Yes, I'm open to doing commissions - just get in touch here).