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Announcing Art Heroes Review


Art Heroes Review, No. 02
How it can suck to succeed and the Bubble Wrap Effect— a conversation with Hugh MacLeod

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I am excited to launch Art Heroes Review, a companion publication to the radio show that completes the vision I had when Art Heroes began. The name Art Heroes Review was carefully chosen to reflect the fact that it is both a serial publication on a regular schedule, as well as a review of the best information contained in each show. Starting with the transcript of the show, each issue is edited for clarity and then boiled down to the very best material. In some cases, I've added new material that was not in the show but should have been, so it's not just a rehash of what you've heard. When you download an issue, you'll actually get two files— the Review and a corrected version of the full transcript as well.

To celebrate the launch, I'm giving away the issue based on Episode No. 02. How it can suck to succeed and the Bubble Wrap Effect— a conversation with Hugh MacLeod. I will be uploading more issues of Art Heroes Review each day this week. Once I get caught up with the backlog of shows, the Review will be published weekly.

Reese Spykerman did an amazing job on the design for the Review, which won't surprise you if you listened to her episode, How to design effective artist websites that get results. We've worked together to present the information from the Art Heroes Radio show in the most useful and useable format possible.

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Welcome To Art Heroes Radio


When I was growing up I wanted to be an artist, or maybe a superhero. And everyone was quick to tell me "people just don't do that in real life, that's all just stories and nonsense."

But my heroes were heroes, so I figured that's what I oughta do too. I think most of the time, what really makes a hero is having the balls to stand up and do it anyway, no matter what people tell you is possible. Of course, it helps to study how the artists and heroes before you managed to pull it off, and ultimately, that's what this show is about.

My goal with Art Heroes Radio is to help artists and entrepreneurs become heroes on their own terms.

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I'm best known as an artist and designer. Relaxing makes me tense, so I tend to put in a lot of hours on diverse projects.

On the way to a successful art career I've been a poet and writer, a tech geek, a print and web designer, illustrator, industrial designer, musician, teacher, actor, set designer and even a paid guru once.

It's all the same thing in the end— I wake up most days thinking about how I want to change, fix or improve some aspect of the world. And after a couple cups of coffee I get started on it.

My specialty is impossibility remediation: if it can't be done, I'm on it.

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