Dave Curry has spent the last twenty years playing multiple roles at digital agency POP. Dave’s writing has been published by Advertising Age, his thoughts heard over the airwaves of American Public Media, and his work recognized by Print Interactive Annual, Communication Arts, Webby Awards, The FWA, The Seattle Show, and Graphis Design Annual among others.
Before POP, Dave was a member of the Emmy award-winning art department for the CBS television show Northern Exposure. For reals.
The “Say Something Worth Stealing” name and brand was created by S. Bradley Askew, a graphic artist and designer living and working in New York City.
You can see more of Bradley’s jealousy-inducing work at hello.sbradleyaskew.com.
Our theme song is composed and performed by the mysterious Breakmaster Cylinder.
The complete theme song is available on SoundCloud.
If you want to know more about BMC, we’d love for you to follow these links:
- Reply All Episode #39 – Reply All Exploder featuring BMC
- Breakmaster Cylinder on SoundCloud
- Breakmaster Cylinder on Bandcamp
- Follow Breakmaster Cylinder on Twitter
For earlier episodes, the “George Street Shuffle” was our theme song, licensed under Creative Commons.