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Making It Up

By MAEKAN

Making It Up by MAEKAN is a weekly podcast exploring the latest news in the creative world and analyzing how and why it'll impact culture at large.

  1. 1.
    091: Rei Kawakubo and the role of work06/18/2019
    46:26
  2. 2.
    090: Experience as art and smart cities06/13/2019
    43:05
  3. 3.
    089: Political correctness in fashion and the rise of the slacker05/20/2019
    44:33
  4. 4.
    088: Rise of captionfluencers and MUJI Hotel opens in Tokyo04/23/2019
    43:05
  5. 5.
    087: The VICE Philip Morris partnership and overflowing museum collections04/07/2019
    45:42
  6. 6.
    086: Mega-influencers and taxing luxury goods03/26/2019
    45:20
  7. 7.
    085: Losing the suit and vegan design03/15/2019
    50:40
  8. 8.
    084: Being successful but miserable and a Nike ad on women in sports03/06/2019
    50:22
  1. 9.
    083: Healthy skepticism and artist-endowed foundations02/27/2019
    43:29
  2. 10.
    082: NOAH on consumer power and Reddit accepting Tencent funding02/14/2019
    59:11
  3. 11.
    081: Nardwuar’s influence on hip-hop and the evolution of CAPTCHA02/08/2019
    45:08
  4. 12.
    080: Personality in websites and the responsibility of billionaires02/04/2019
    36:03
  5. 13.
    079: A planetary health diet and creating while clean01/28/2019
    50:12
  6. 14.
    078: Pizza could save the world and millennial burnout01/22/2019
    44:24
  7. 15.
    077: Virtual influencers and big tech growth01/14/2019
    37:19
  8. 16.
    076: The future book and the comeback of physical books01/09/2019
    47:28
  9. 17.
    075: Creating projects inspired by heritage and airlines for millennials01/02/2019
    53:40
  10. 18.
    074: Better native advertising in podcasts and the Tumblr NSFW content ban12/19/2018
    53:11
  11. 19.
    073: Fashion profiling in Cambridge Analytica data and Amazon HQ2 gentrification12/13/2018
    42:55
  12. 20.
    072: Craigslist decreases waste generation and Rookie Mag closes12/04/2018
    50:27
  13. 21.
    071: Forbes 30 Under 30 and NASA-inspired products11/27/2018
    33:02
  14. 22.
    070: The business of background music and nanoinfluencer marketing11/21/2018
    34:24
  15. 23.
    069: Special episode recap of the Unexpected Connections conference11/14/2018
    30:59
  16. 24.
    068: Studying the impact of design on business and an algorithm for making fragrance11/05/2018
    43:08
  17. 25.
    067: Photoshop on the iPad and myths about the Chinese art market 10/29/2018
    45:51
  18. 26.
    066: How to fix fashion and giving entrepreneurs money10/23/2018
    34:47
  19. 27.
    065: Low-Tech Magazine’s low-tech website and Banksy’s self-destructing art10/15/2018
    36:21
  20. 28.
    064: Too many video games and in praise of mediocrity10/08/2018
    40:46
  21. 29.
    063: Performative well-being and the diminishing marginal value of aesthetics10/02/2018
    48:51
  22. 30.
    062: Defining authenticity and social credit systems09/27/2018
    44:44
  23. 31.
    061: What analytical media can teach and an online museum cataloguing analog sounds 09/18/2018
    44:04
  24. 32.
    060: Community-driven publications and the Kaepernick Nike campaign09/13/2018
    58:53
  25. 33.
    059: Art in space and better cybersecurity09/10/2018
    39:29
  26. 34.
    058: The Nike balaclava controversy, acknowledging luck, and the linguistic heritage09/04/2018
    47:41
  27. 35.
    057: Intrusive Upwork monitoring and Advisory Board Crystals Wikipedia collaboration08/30/2018
    50:02
  28. 36.
    056: Narcissism in the West and the censoring of fake news08/20/2018
    48:33
  29. 37.
    055: Controversy around the Netflix Originals show Insatiable and what rich people f08/09/2018
    36:47
  30. 38.
    054: Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4% and Jonah Hill in connection to origin stories08/05/2018
    39:02
  31. 39.
    053: Emotional help from AI and the Nike App at Retail07/31/2018
    34:40
  32. 40.
    052: Social media’s impact on empathy and advancements in surveillance technology07/24/2018
    37:52
  33. 41.
    051: Fashion’s inconsistent support of #MeToo and the purpose of the Michelin Guide07/18/2018
    40:37
  34. 42.
    050: The potential challenges for Grailed and what makes a good CV07/13/2018
    45:27
  35. 43.
    049: Jay-Z as the new creative director of Puma Basketball and Kickstarter launches 06/28/2018
    47:12
  36. 44.
    048: Roger Federer possible Uniqlo sponsorship and Grindr's publication Into opens a production studio06/22/2018
    37:46
  37. 45.
    047: Criticism of the Nike BETRUE campaign and an awkward marketing campaign by adidas06/11/2018
    34:59
  38. 46.
    046: Spotify rolls back its hateful conduct policy and the link between sleep and creativity06/08/2018
    38:10
  39. 47.
    045: The history of venture capital and Instagram's new features for digital well-being05/31/2018
    42:09
  40. 48.
    044: Sagmeister & Walsh launch product line Sorry I Have No Filter and nightclubs fostering culture05/24/2018
    46:38
  41. 49.
    043: Lo-fi hip-hop and the meaning of "muse"05/10/2018
    36:26
  42. 50.
    042: Should we use physical/psychological testing to optimize us for jobs and why society needs to care about helicopter parenting.04/27/2018
    44:41
  43. 51.
    041: Is there a benefit to copycat technology and assessing the NY Times op-ed section04/18/2018
    46:55
  44. 52.
    040: What comes after Facebook and Virgil Abloh at Louis Vuitton04/04/2018
    1:02:28
  45. 53.
    039: The power of reality television and why people don't ask for help03/29/2018
    44:39
  46. 54.
    038: Food is your flag and YouTube stardom doesn't mean riches03/24/2018
    43:37
  47. 55.
    037: Authenticity in entertainment published by celebrities and tech logos all resembling each other03/06/2018
    41:22
  48. 56.
    036: The shifting nature of Asian-American identity, and the tyranny of convenience02/24/2018
    41:38
  49. 57.
    035: Whether higher education is a waste of time, and non designers learning the fundamentals of design.02/15/2018
    43:01
  50. 58.
    034: HuffPost shuts down its contributor network and China wants to become a global soft power02/09/2018
    1:03:23
  51. 59.
    033: How Japanese culture approaches space, and the value of being an expert generalist.01/26/2018
    40:07
  52. 60.
    032: The normalization of bad grammar, and the idea of creative integrity and the struggling artist myth.01/24/2018
    31:03
  53. 61.
    031: Rich Brian's new name and GTA Online's pay-to-win mechanisms01/13/2018
    36:21
  54. 62.
    030: Discussing VICE's New York Times expose and the prophetic words of John C. Jay12/30/2017
    49:48
  55. 63.
    029: The pros and cons of a Disney and Fox merger and MUJI's flawless brand execution.12/29/2017
    45:33
  56. 64.
    028: What if Apple became a subscription service for hardware? Can journalism engage audiences through gamification?12/18/2017
    33:05
  57. 65.
    027: Preserving food culture amongst tribes and the future of dining in the sky.12/08/2017
    42:39
  58. 66.
    026: The FCC's steps towards eradicating net neutrality, and giving kids slack for what they say on social media.12/02/2017
    38:11
  59. 67.
    025: Why do we need to touch things at museums, and what are the factors behind critical thought and analysis?12/02/2017
    39:02
  60. 68.
    024: Have we hit peak merchandise? The dark world of Children's YouTube.11/24/2017
    38:31
  61. 69.
    023: ComplexCon 2017 and media's future at the hands of billionaires11/15/2017
    47:55
  62. 70.
    022: Our first-ever guest, video games as a military tool, and the relevance of Barbara Kruger's subway ticket art.11/09/2017
    45:15
  63. 71.
    021: China starts rating its citizens to increase trust and AI becomes increasingly common10/30/2017
    41:03
  64. 72.
    020: The case for adding sneaker culture into the curriculum, and the current state of push notifications?10/20/2017
    49:20
  65. 73.
    019: The encroachment of AR into our public spaces, and Dropbox's controversial rebranding.10/13/2017
    43:10
  66. 74.
    018: How Apple is tackling streaming music, and PUMA & Daily Paper's trip to Africa to build a football pitch.10/06/2017
    41:25
  67. 75.
    017: Coca-Cola sponsors a video game character and how tech and social media has changed food reviews.09/29/2017
    42:26
  68. 76.
    016: Improving photographic diversity in media and the emergence of Polaroid Originals09/22/2017
    42:40
  69. 77.
    015: The value of a New Yorker magazine tote bag as cultural currency, and what it means for Detroit to have a "chief storyteller."09/15/2017
    51:02
  70. 78.
    014: How can blockchain and cryptocurrencies change social media? Can you achieve greatness on a 40-hour work week?09/08/2017
    58:49
  71. 79.
    013: Black Girls Code turns down $125K from Uber and how creatives should look at money09/01/2017
    42:28
  72. 80.
    012: How aging affects our creative process and PR agency Derris' new investment fund.08/25/2017
    39:25
  73. 81.
    011: Is church-based streetwear the next big thing? Can a tech-minded approach to food work in the face of regulation?08/18/2017
    30:09
  74. 82.
    010: Should you speed listen to podcasts? What does it mean when memes are used as political tools?08/11/2017
    33:45
  75. 83.
    009: WeTransfer's $10,000 grants for ex-SoundCloud employees and the power of the newsletter08/04/2017
    34:38
  76. 84.
    007: Is 90s web design making a comeback and Nike's silence over the A$AP Bari incident08/01/2017
    44:17
  77. 85.
    008: Los Angeles' new social media camp and Deloitte's approach to diversity in the workplace08/01/2017
    40:25
  78. 86.
    006: Netflix for Education, Cannes Lions, and the importance of stories over payment07/31/2017
    53:47
  79. 87.
    005: MTV News Cuts Long-Form and Brooklyn Beckham’s Photography Book07/18/2017
    33:45
  80. 88.
    004: Spotify and labels, Brian Anderson, and toasting the end of The Toast07/06/2017
    39:10
  81. 89.
    003: Video Games or movies, AI-moderated comments, and when sponsorship and politics intersect07/03/2017
    37:27
  82. 90.
    002: Debating the news, Google cataloging fashion, and Wonder Woman's achievements06/28/2017
    41:38
  83. 91.
    001: The Pilot Podcast06/27/2017
    33:54

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