On this episode a conversation with Malcolm Gladwell about why it is so easy to be fooled by dishonest people.
On this episode, a conversation with Steven Heller, about the long and troubled history of the swastika.
On this episode Debbie talks to designer Chip Kidd and his good friend, graphic novelist Chris Ware.
On this episode cartoonist Lynda Barry talks about learning how to draw, and the damaging effects of one’s own opinion.
Writer, artist, and designer Warren Lehrer talks to Debbie about the intersection of images and letters and about the future of books.
On this episode Elissa Altman talks to Debbie about life, food, love, and the new book she wrote on the difficult relationship she has with her mother.
Debbie talks to Derren Brown about his risky stage performances as a mentalist and illusionist.
Debbie talks with writer Lisa Taddeo about sex and desire.
Debbie talks to illustrator Brian Rea about the Grim Reaper.
Debbie talks to Simon Doonan about his unlikely career and his formula for creative window displays.
Debbie talks to portrait painter Amy Sherald about her emotionally evocative work.
Debbie Millman talks with Pete Souza about his years as the Obama administration official photographer.
Debbie talks to illustrator Christoph Niemann about his singular career as an artistic superhero.
Debbie talks to David Lee Roth about his childhood, about his long career and his new skincare business, and about how he has avoided crashing, like so many other rock stars.
Debbie talks with Austin Kleon, who describes himself as ‘a writer who draws’.
Debbie talks to writer and activist Zoe Mendelson about the importance of sexual knowledge for women.
Debbie talks with author and therapist Lori Gottlieb about the importance of emotional awareness.
Debbie talks with designer Stephen Gates about why it’s important for a brand not to be liked by everybody.
Debbie talks with Seth, the artist behind the book Palookaville, about why his generation of cartoonists broke away from fantasy.
Debbie talks with Tea Uglow about experimental digital projects that are pushing the boundaries of tech and art.
Debbie talks with Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of Eat, Pray, Love about the love of her life and her latest book City of Girls.
Debbie talks with artist Shantell Martin about her unorthodox career, her collaborations, and about the business of making art.
Debbie talks to calligrapher and type designer Kris Holmes, the co-creator of the Lucida typeface family.
Debbie talks to Cey Adams about how his days writing graffiti led to a major career as a designer for hip hop acts and as an artist.
Debbie Millman talks to journalist Anand Giridharadas about his career, about a divided America, and about tech monopolies.