Ian French - a.k.a. IF the poet was a troubled youth. He rebelled against authority, did drugs and got into all kinds of trouble. Before his antics caught up to him, he started a business with his brother in his 20’s. They would go on to build one of the most successful and largest direct marketing agencies in the country. Not being one to fall asleep on his laurels, IF discovered slam poetry by chance at age 50 and fell in love with the discipline. It was all his overly curious, ADHD mind was craving for his whole life. A few years later, he’s a well-respected spoken-word artist, competing and performing all over the place. Listen to our latest episode of Truth is Golden - Slamming Into Fear to learn more about Ian, what makes him tick and what poetry has brought into his life.Read More
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At Revelateur Studio, we are ardent advocates for creativity, but always find ourselves a little isolated from the rest of the creative world, because, let's face it, our job can be a touch lonely at times.
As a result, we wanted to create our own community of creative people, to share our successes and lament our defeats with, but more importantly, get to know them better and learn some lessons along the way.
This podcast the result of our desire to share this passion of ours with you as well as the lessons we gleaned from the people we are interviewing.
In the first episode, we interview Joe Prendergast, VP of sales at Muzo, a band of rockers from the UK who decided 15 or so years ago to disrupt the office furniture market. Not only their products are cool, but they are really well designed with the end user in mind. What makes them unique? Their love for music and endless creativity when it comes to promoting themselves guerilla-style. Listen to Joe talk about the company's DNA, products, their love for music and answer the perennial question: Stones or Beatles?
Give it a listen here.
About the podcast: The intent behind "Truth Is Golden" is to look at renowned creatives and their work with a critical eye. We aim to ask deep questions in order to peel back the layers of marketing, clever one-liners and sexy branding. We want to show the world what it truly takes for genuinely creative forces to find their own voice make a go of a career at it. We want to hear about the successes, the failures, the inspirational stories and the lessons gleaned from all of it. In short, we want the truth, so that we can inspire other people to fulfill their creative vision and in the process, hopefully make the world a better place.
the junction shadow house by post architecture keeps getting more press and is now recognized by dezeen a top toronto home interiors for 2016 among others such as drew mandel, rzlbd and +tongtong. it also got two full features on dezeen and archdaily, just a few weeks ago. it was nominated for the building of the year award on archdaily and we hope that it makes it past the first round as finalist.