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David duChemin
A Beautiful Anarchy
Hosted by photographer, author, and former comedian David duChemin, A Beautiful Anarchy is a deeply human, honest, and insightful mostly-weekly kick in the pants for anyone who longs to create anything with soul and too often finds themselves mud-wrestling with the muse to do so. A Beautiful Anarchy is a candid ongoing exploration of what it means to be an everyday creator, whether you're a writer, photographer, sculptor, or a puppeteer who works exclusively with vintage macrame owls. The struggles and rewards of bringing something new into the world are universal, and you’re not alone....
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 472 ratings
Nobody Does It Better
There should be a Nobel Prize for podcasters—I’d move to Sweden and vote for David.
SohoSandy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/06/21
David always shares profound and meaningful wisdom that provides so much food for thought. You won’t find any gear or tech talk here, David is a deep thinker and is incredibly eloquent in conveying ideas that help you become a more authentic artist. A must for any photographer/artist seeking...Read full review »
Ricardo Da Cunha via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/31/21
Amazing podcast!
Hands down one of the best podcasts out there for creatives or anybody who wants to improve their mindset.
VJWild via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/07/21
Recent Episodes
The creative life is full of decisions. Do we? Don't we? And how? Some people over-think their choices, some go with their gut. I go with a simple paradigm that brings things into perspective and focus: if something isn't a "hell, yes!" then it's usually a no. How can this way of thinking help...
Published 07/10/21
There is a relationship between the skills—or craft—that we hone, and our ability to dream about what is possible and reach beyond it. Creativity is not the realm of technique alone, nor only in the inner life of the imagination, but in the way they work together and call each other forward....
Published 07/03/21
Creativity is less the stuff of brilliant ideas and more the reality that those ideas take work to realize, to take a project from (in the words of Pixar co-founder Ed Catmull) suck to un-suck. Unless you're James Dyson, in which case you're trying to do the opposite. It took Dyson 5,127...
Published 06/26/21
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