143: Brand New: Meg!
Updated: May 15
I am thrilled to introduce our guest in today’s episode: It’s Meg!
Meg Lewis is a designer, illustrator, artist and all-around creative. In this conversation, Meg and I get delightfully weird!
We discuss Meg’s approach to their work centred around making the world a happier place, Meg’s ‘no process’ process and their definition of success.
You’ll hear about the dreamiest client project Meg’s ever worked on (it’s a good one!), including Meg’s wildest idea that they can’t get out of their head.
You’ll also hear about Meg’s approach to finding their style, including why they’re not upset by copycat work.
I invites Meg to play an improv game with her about the embodiment of fonts and it’s embarrassingly magical (you can practically hear the hives forming on my neck).
Finally, you’ll learn about Meg’s awesome advice to their younger self, what happened when Meg decided to dance and you can’t forget the clowns and the mimes and circus stuff.
It’s a fun one!
This episode is part of a guest lecture series in Design as Communication, Bachelor of Brand Design Program, George Brown College School of Design.
About Our Guest:
Meg Lewis is a designer, public speaker, educator, and performer. Their mission is to make the world a happier place by helping brands and individuals embrace their uniqueness through personable design and fun education. At Meg Lewis Fun House, Meg and her team blend humor with design to create playful experiences to bring brands closer to their community. Through education, talks, and programming, Meg empowers individuals and teams to celebrate their individuality through workshops and classes on idea generation, personal style, career strategy, and more!
Music: Mad Hatter Tea Party - John Bartmann licensed under a CC0 1.0 Universal License.
Talk Paper Scissors Theme Music: Retro Quirky Upbeat Funk by Lewis Sound Production via Audio Jungle