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Beyond This Point

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Rank #57 in Design category

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Beyond This Point is a series of conversations engaging the creative thinkers who inspire us. Each episode, Gabriel Stromberg, Creative Director of Civilization, sits down with artists, business owners, designers, and leaders of all types to put a spotlight on different ways of seeing, thinking, and making.Beyond This Point is produced by Civilization, a design firm that develops brands and experiences that are ethical and impactful.

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Beyond This Point is a series of conversations engaging the creative thinkers who inspire us. Each episode, Gabriel Stromberg, Creative Director of Civilization, sits down with artists, business owners, designers, and leaders of all types to put a spotlight on different ways of seeing, thinking, and making.Beyond This Point is produced by Civilization, a design firm that develops brands and experiences that are ethical and impactful.

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I love this podcast, but...

By Notice integer - Feb 03 2016
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I wish Gabriel didn't sound like he was reading from a queue card all the time.

Inspiring conversations!

By Iris_Wa - Jan 20 2016
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This podcast is a must for design students and creatives from all disciplines. The Lance Wyman episode was incredible - funny and thoroughly inspiring.

iTunes Ratings

23 Ratings
Average Ratings
15
2
2
3
1

I love this podcast, but...

By Notice integer - Feb 03 2016
Read more
I wish Gabriel didn't sound like he was reading from a queue card all the time.

Inspiring conversations!

By Iris_Wa - Jan 20 2016
Read more
This podcast is a must for design students and creatives from all disciplines. The Lance Wyman episode was incredible - funny and thoroughly inspiring.
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Beyond This Point

Updated 1 day ago

Rank #57 in Design category

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Beyond This Point is a series of conversations engaging the creative thinkers who inspire us. Each episode, Gabriel Stromberg, Creative Director of Civilization, sits down with artists, business owners, designers, and leaders of all types to put a spotlight on different ways of seeing, thinking, and making.Beyond This Point is produced by Civilization, a design firm that develops brands and experiences that are ethical and impactful.

Rank #1: Turning Words Into Objects, Part I — Experimental Jetset

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EP XIII — Experimental Jetset, one of the most influential and respected design firms in the world, discusses their new book “Statement and Counter-Statement,” how their design practice uniquely operates like something they call Total Football, how they designed their iconic "John & Paul & Ringo & George" t-shirt and who they design for when they design.

This is Part 1 of our conversation with Experimental Jetset.

Brought to you by Civilization, in partnership with Design Speaks
Hosted by Gabriel Stromberg
Edited by Corey Gutch
Mixed and Produced by Erik Blood
Intro music: “Reagan” by THEESatisfaction
Apr 27 2016
31 mins
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Rank #2: The Art of Design — Paula Scher & April Greiman

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EP VIII — Paula Scher and April Greiman, two graphic design legends, sit down to discuss the blurring lines between art and design, the many forms inspiration can take, and what the ultimate purpose of design is.

Brought to you by Civilization
Hosted by Gabriel Stromberg
Edited by Corey Gutch
Engineered by Dave West for London Bridge Studio
Mixed and Produced by Erik Blood
Intro music: “Reagan” by THEESatisfaction

Recorded on 12/11/15 at Cornish College of the Arts
Feb 17 2016
57 mins
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Rank #3: Turning Words Into Objects, Part II — Experimental Jetset

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EP XIV — Amsterdam-based graphic design firm Experimental Jetset discusses how they landed the Whitney Museum rebrand, the differences between European and American design influences, why they chose so many years ago to use only sans serif typefaces, and what the visual language of the modernists is.

This is Part 2 of our conversation with Experimental Jetset.

Brought to you by Civilization, in partnership with Design Speaks
Hosted by Gabriel Stromberg
Edited by Corey Gutch
Mixed and Produced by Erik Blood
Intro music: “Reagan” by THEESatisfaction
Apr 27 2016
33 mins
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Rank #4: Print Matters — Adrian Shaughnessy & Peter Miller

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EP II — Publisher and author Adrian Shaughnessy talks with bookseller and author Peter Miller about the new era of print.

Support for this episode was provided by Peter Miller Books.

Engineered by Dave West for London Bridge Studio
Edited by Civilization
Hosted by Gabriel Stromberg
Mixed and Produced by Erik Blood
Intro music: “Reagan” by THEESatisfaction
Recorded live from Peter Miller Books
Oct 21 2015
39 mins
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Rank #5: Analog Clouds — Maria Sebregondi of Moleskine

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EP VII — Maria Sebregondi, co-founder of Moleskine, inverts the Less is More philosophy, shares what she means when she talks about the analog cloud, and gives some sage advice to the contemporary nomad.

Recorded from Business of Design Week in Hong Kong

Brought to you by Civilization
Hosted by Gabriel Stromberg
Edited by Corey Gutch
Engineered by Dave West for London Bridge Studio
Mixed and Produced by Erik Blood
Intro music: “Reagan” by THEESatisfaction
Feb 02 2016
28 mins
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Rank #6: Strategic Interruptions — Robert Vazquez-Pacheco of Gran Fury

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EP XII — Robert Vazquez-Pacheco, a member of Gran Fury, the activist arts collective that created protest graphics in the 80's and 90's to raise awareness for the AIDS epidemic, discusses the importance of clarity in Gran Fury's messaging, their use of controversial guerrilla tactics that forced people to engage in their work, how they played the art world to fund their public works, and turning anger, fear, and grief into action.

Brought to you by Civilization
Hosted by Gabriel Stromberg
Edited by Corey Gutch
Mixed and Produced by Erik Blood
Intro music: “Reagan” by THEESatisfaction
Apr 13 2016
51 mins
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Rank #7: Risk / Opportunity — Kristian Koreman of ZUS

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EP X — Kristian Koreman, founding principal of ZUS, an award-winning Dutch firm working in the fields of architecture, urbanism and landscape design, discusses the designer’s responsibility in shaping urban politics and how economic constraints can be turned into possibilities.

Recorded from Business of Design Week in Hong Kong

Brought to you by Civilization
Hosted by Gabriel Stromberg
Edited by Corey Gutch
Engineered by Dave West for London Bridge Studio
Mixed and Produced by Erik Blood
Intro music: “Reagan” by THEESatisfaction
Mar 15 2016
55 mins
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Rank #8: The Designed Life — Ayse Birsel & Cameron Campbell

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EP V — Product designer and author Ayse Birsel talks with design strategist and trend forecaster Cameron Campbell about what goes into a designed life and how we can apply design thinking to our everyday lives.

Support for this episode was provided by Design Within Reach.

Engineered by Dave West for London Bridge Studio
Edited by Civilization
Hosted by Gabriel Stromberg
Mixed and Produced by Erik Blood
Intro music: “Reagan” by THEESatisfaction
Recorded live from Design Within Reach
Oct 31 2015
36 mins
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Rank #9: Building A Better World — Paloma Strelitz & Lewis Jones of Assemble

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EP VI — Paloma Strelitz & Lewis Jones, two founders of Assemble, the London-based collective working across the fields of art, architecture and design and recent winners of the Turner Prize, share their inspiring take on the role of architecture and design in our communities as well as how they apply their slogan "Make, Don't Make Do" to all of their projects.

Recorded from Business of Design Week in Hong Kong

Hosted by Gabriel Stromberg
Edited and Engineered by Civilization
Mixed and Produced by Erik Blood
Intro music: “Reagan” by THEESatisfaction
Jan 19 2016
32 mins
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Rank #10: Size, Scale and Space — Katarina Ivarsson of Boris Design Studio

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EP IX — Katarina Ivarsson, DFA award-winning industrial designer and co-founder of Boris Design Studios, shares her strategies as an agent for sustainable change and her process for designing for place and environment.

Recorded from Business of Design Week in Hong Kong

Brought to you by Civilization
Hosted by Gabriel Stromberg
Edited by Corey Gutch
Engineered by Dave West for London Bridge Studio
Mixed and Produced by Erik Blood
Intro music: “Reagan” by THEESatisfaction
Mar 02 2016
34 mins
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