Welcome to Works In Process / Ep 25
Translate YOU in your personal style. People hire me for my style, and so I look inward (at) what makes me who I am? What makes me unique and amazing? (And) what has molded me into the person that I am today? I look at those things and remember how I can translate me and what has made me who I am into a style.
—Meg Lewis, Artist, Illustrator, Freelancer, Designer, Educator, Amateur Clown
In this episode of Works in Process, host George Garrastegui Jr. chats with Meg Lewis, a designer working to make the world a happier place through friendly, personable design. By celebrating individuality, Meg has created a one-of-a-kind career that allows her to utilize every niche, personality, trait, interest, and skill to create brands, services, and offerings that no one else can.
In our conversation, Meg talks about her bold, friendly, personable, clean design style that focuses on color, fun, and following her own beat. Beyond her transition from designer to artist and illustrator, Meg talks about the ongoing project, the Funhouse, and how she wants us to have a creative career that makes us less sad.
As you will hear, it was a fun and off-beats convo with straightforward ways of staying true to yourself. Enjoy!
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A podcast series by George Garrastegui, Jr. — designer, educator, and curator. Works In Process is a collection of discussions that explore the creative process. I interview individuals to gain more insight into the ways they work and the projects they produce.
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