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The Circle of Trust

The Circle of Trust is the paid subscriber content for listeners of the Adventures In Design podcast. Containing over 300+ episodes and 500 hours of design, illustration, printing and business tips n tricks. Hear every episode in it’s entirety! The Circle of Trust has the full Adventures In Design audio catalog, featuring every episode with bonus content added or you can choose to go straight to the bonus content. Every topic possible on following your creative passion as a hobby or career has been covered in this collection and we’re not even close to finishing the conversation adding another 200 episodes in 2016. 

Solo - Spoiler Free Review And Spoiler Ridden Discussion

Mark Brickey


Enjoy this special Memorial Day Weekend episode!

Wondering if you should make time to see Solo this weekend? Enjoy the first 15 minutes where we review the spirit of the movie without giving up a single detail.

After you've seen Solo enjoy our discussion of not only the story and characters but the design and creative process of the newest Star Wars Stoy.

373 - Bobby Kim of The Hundreds

David Defeo

If you want someone to listen you have to grab their attention. If you want to keep that attention you need to have something worth saying. Everyday each of us are endlessly marketed to and Bobby Kim of The Hundreds found his own way to cut through the white noise and speak directly to the world from his early blog posts to his current seat at the head of the streetwear industry where he now uses the attention he earned to continue fighting for a better world. The Hundreds was the first platform Bobby used to gain our attention yet there is so much more to this politically charged, socially introspective, feminist father who applies his mind to his own impact on the community around him. Far from an out of touch and jaded who's who in the fashion world, Bobby has pioneered what a brand can do and how they fit into the marketplace from the small doors to mall doors. So listen up because Bobby has something to say and its definitely worth your attention.

Talking Points

  • How wanting to be involved with your interests and hobbies transfers over when you run your own business.
  • The early signs of streetwear and why it is so difficult to put your finger on the beginning of something.
  • The importance in labeling a movement so it can be marketed.
  • The initial goals of The Hundreds and how they distinguished themselves as more than just another shirt based brand.
  • Blogging before using a computer was cool.
  • Finding the avenues available to express yourself when the obvious ones are closed off.
  • How social media has changed the ability to find and engage with mentors.
  • How being DIY pushes you to be better at what you're doing and the benefit of having an adversary.
  • What to do as a parent when your kids have no obstacles to overcome.
  • Bobby the Lawyer and how he found his true calling
  • Leaning on IP for recognition from fans and how to properly use a flip to actually say something.
  • Bobby shares a cryptic legal outlook shared by Tim Doyle
  • Focusing on yourself and not being concerned with what others are doing.
  • The lack of sustainability in a company with nothing to say.
  • Bracing yourself for the eventual backlash of expressing your opinion in an overly sensitive public spectrum.
  • Is opening a location with high visibility and even higher rent a fiscally beneficial move?
  • The secondary aspect of a brand that also acts as an ad agency be leveraging credibility within their fanbase.
  • Telling a story within a collaboration to give it impact and meaning for both parties involved.
  • The true fate of Boba Fett.
  • Turning consumers into eventual paychecks over time.
  • The pros and cons of going from Fairfax to Mall Doors and how controlling distribution can protect and limit your brand.
  • Two Walt disciples geek out over Disneyland and what is was like for Bobby to own a piece of it for five hours.
  • How to impress the 15 year old inside of you.
  • Leaving breadcrumbs for anyone interested enough to follow you.
  • The joy in connecting with other people
  • The pressure of defining what is next and staying as funky as your last cut.
  • Handling the responsibility of representing a company that has employees counting on it and people depending on it to maintain its credibility.

Duck Tales with James Flames on Podcast The Animated Series

Mark Brickey


Joining us in Cave of Cartoons this week is our good pal and exceptionally talented poster artist, James Flames. He brings by one of his favorite cartoons from his childhood in Brooklyn, "Ducktales"!  We discover on this episode if "Ducktales" really is as good as we remember or was it just another cartoon with a really catchy theme song. Does Disney's first weekday syndicated cartoon show hold up? Let's find out!

464 - Anthony Green

David Defeo

Anthony Green has used his life to travel down many creative roads and in every incantation you will find the same burning spirit waiting underneath to be unleashed. While luck and raw talent have played a pivotal role in his success, there is no denying that Anthony has a connection with every aspect defining the human experience from the most vulnerable to the most carnal. By publicly surrendering to these raw emotions, people around the world have transcended language barriers and jumped over literal barriers to share just one moment in proximity to the emotions Anthony personifies on stage that also drive them. All these experiences come at different costs that Anthony welcomes from balancing family time and life on the road to overcoming addiction and developing a whole new playbook on coping. Nothing is held back as Mark and Anthony leave it all on stage for everyone to hear in this emotional interview into the mind and heart of a perfect hollywood height little god.

*Cover photo courtesy of Andrew Swartz.

Talking Points

  • Serendipitous moments cluing you in to where you need to be in life.
  • Taking different paths to end up in the same place.
  • Decompressing from tour to take care of your family life.
  • Surrendering to the freedom found on stage.
  • The common bond between Anthony and his audience.
  • The wave on stage and in song.
  • Acknowledging the sexual energy that surrounds everything.
  • Facing your insecurities in front of everyone.
  • Giving your kids the contact buzz.
  • Looking at the family you grew up in and the family you made.
  • Changing everything about your life to develop a new playbook.
  • Anxiety, insecurity, and overcoming it.
  • Where do you place your energy and how does that reflect on what you want?
  • The evolution of the relationship with your parents.
  • Biting the bullet and soldiering on.
  • A dangerous energy lurking behind confidence.
  • Intimacy as a necessity and balancing who delivers the discipline as new parents.
  • Mrs. Doubtfire-ing it 100% no matter which side of it you're on.
  • Fighting back for your freedoms.
  • Feeling and defining God.
  • Battling with your addiction to placate introverted needs and how Young Legs pivoted to Pixie Queen.
  • The short cut to feeling great and losing your regular coping mechanisms.
  • Self reflected relationships with Scott Weiland on social media.
  • Offering yourself up to the world and holding the audience in the palm of your hand.
  • Breaking the cycle of hero worship and sharing what you're scared of the most.
  • Anthony's Black Book and daily exercises to express yourself.
  • Seeing past the wildness to your wellspring of inspiration.
  • Becoming a mountain and staying in love with music.
  • Staying humble in the face of praise.
  • Hearing your voice for the first time on old tape recordings.
  • The  unquenchable desire to make music even during your off time.
  • Different bands. Different energies.
  • Yoko Ono Syndrome and being yourself at home.
  • The father Anthony wants to be.

Circle of Trust - Schedule

Mark Brickey


What In The Hell Is Going On Here?

Dear COT,

It's exciting times for the AID Network and I want to share with you all what's going on and what to expect on this off week.

Clickbait and I are working away on the COT app and will have beta testers kicking the virtual tires in June. While this process is happening there will be some days where there will be no new shows so that we can work on the app and use our bandwidth restrictions to make sure we are uploading classic AID episodes into the app archive. This will help us make sure that when the app launches it has as many of the big names and powerful episodes from the past 750 episodes as possible to make everyone feel like they have the power in their pocket or purse on launch day.

I'm also up in Portland Tuesday - Friday recording our new series with Lincoln Design Co. "Brand Practice" which will begin in June and align with the release of the new AID Network logo created by Lincoln. While I'm in Portland I will be recording with Dan Stiles, working on our race car and conducting interviews with Matt from Crop and Tony from Industry Print Shop. As well as filming all of this for upcoming VLOG episodes. So, there's a lot of content happening this week. 

And speaking of content if you miss me while I'm gone, you can catch up Wake Up Call every day over on iTunes or at Anchor. Wake Up Call will be a part of the app and the newly designed AID.Network but for now it's on those platforms for ease of updating. Plus a new VlOG went up today featuring BTS on the latest Dan Stiles interview. Check it out on our YouTube channel. 

So from now until next Wednesday, the feed may be a little sloppy and a little weird but there will be some new content mixed in with some classics. I wanted to let you know what's happening so that it all made sense to you and you didn't think I was being lazy, because it's like the dead opposite of that right now. 

Thanks for your patience and understanding!

769 - West World, Deadpool 2, Solo, Isle of Dogs - Comment Below

Mark Brickey


Mark Brickey and Sean Mort watch a lot of shit so you don't have to! Comment Below your weekly guide to entertainment.

This Week On Comment Below

Your Top 5 Songs And Freaky Friday With Little Dicky 

West World Season 2 Episodes 1-4 Reviewed
(Spoiler and Spoiler Free Versions)

Deadpool 2 Reviewed
(Spoiler and Spoiler Free Versions)

Isle of Dogs Reviewed

In The Circle of Trust

Solo A Star Wars Story Previewed
(Spoiler and Spoiler Free Versions)

Wake Up Call Update

Mark Brickey


Mark Brickey's Wake Up Call Now Available To Listen To On These Platforms



Radio Public

Thanks so much to everyone who gave the first episode a listen! And major thanks to those of you that shared your estranged parental stories with me. It means a lot to me to open that dialogue with you! 

Episode two is available today. Please subscribe and leave a review to your preferred platform. Reviews, subscriptions and ratings help aggregate podcasts higher in the charts and allow new people to discover the content. Any help in spreading the good word is greatly appreciated. 

I wont be posting about this project everyday and clutter up the COT feed but I will update you on developments as they happen. 

Thanks For Your Support!

767 - Alfred Kurt Berger III

Mark Brickey


Alfred Kurt Berger III has worked on Disney's Tron Legacy, Alice Through The Looking Glass and Clash of The Titans. He's a visual effects designer, a storyboard artist, a character designer and damn good portrait illustrator. All of that is the least fascinating thing about the guy whom I think may be the most fascinating guest yet! Sit back, grab a cold coffee and get the headphones in your earholes because we're going on an adventure and your new bud Alf is leading the way. 

NEW SERIES: Mark Brickey's Wake Up Call

Mark Brickey


Episode 01 "Best Decision I Ever Made: Giving Up On My Mother"

Hey friends here's a new daily short 5/10 minute podcast series I'm starting. Currently it's only available here: but stay tuned for more information as this is brand new and it will evolve like all projects do. 

Series Description

5/10 Minutes Every Morning That Will Inspire You To Make The Most Of Your Day. 
New Episodes At 8AM EST Every Day That Ends In Y.

Special Request

Maybe send this over to a friend that you know that has suffered through the abandonment of a parent. It's been a scar that I have carried my entire life and is probably the number one motivator in all that I do and have done. It would mean a lot to me to reach out to someone else in the same situation.