Ep 51 - The ART Of Unrequited War

11/7/16

Will the real constantly doodling, SimCity playing, Lagunitas swilling, comic book loving artist please stand up...and go away. 1:05:16                                                                          Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                                     CoHost:  Pete Feliciano                                             Producer/Sound Engineer:  Squidge McSqueezy                  Guests: KS Notrom & Nigel Sussman

Will the real constantly doodling, SimCity playing, Lagunitas swilling, comic book loving artist please stand up...and go away.

1:05:16                                                                          Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                                     CoHost:  Pete Feliciano                                             Producer/Sound Engineer:  Squidge McSqueezy                  Guests: KS Notrom & Nigel Sussman

Ep 51 - The ART Of Unrequited War

I don't know a whole lot about Art. But I here he's a fine duck hunter. I've also got it on good authority that he listens to the Lousy San Francisco Podcast. That Art fella's one mixed up chap.

This week we thought it'd be fun to bring Pete's competition for 2016's best up-and-coming artist, Nigel Sussman, into the bomb shelter and see what happens. Fun wasn't the word for it. Neither were the words: civil; coherent; engaging; entertaining; or safe. However, the terms insensitive and delicious came up a couple times during the animal obituaries.

Crude and oblivious would make a good sub-heading for our discussion of San Francisco's Legacy Businesses. "Failed attempt at brevity" would be the phrase that encapsulates the latest Bridal Fitness Coach commercial. And "Antagonistic" became the watch word when Pete went Anglophobe during our in-depth interview of Nigel.

So if you enjoy the works of Escher, Rube Goldberg, and Where's Waldo you'll probably still be disappointed...not to put too fine a point on it. 

Show Notes:

Go to Nigel Sussman's Alphabet Compendium website to get the book by clicking on the image.

                                            And there's also Nigel's music                                               (Which should be taken into account when comparing him to Pete)