Dave Kloc’s journey as an illustrator and screenprinter is creative in it’s own right. He’s never had a plan and didn’t even set out to be an artist, but was ushered into his career because of his go with the flow approach to life after he volunteered to create weekly show posters for the wildly successful comedy show, The Meltdown in Hollywood. As an illustrator his approach is similar; it's a stream of consciousness on paper resulting in posters that project a surrealist, dreamlike absurdity. Despite his laid back approach, he’s a perfectionist and always wants to put out work he can be proud of believing that learning occurs in the process, but not in the product.
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One episode for Jeopardy! champion Andrew Lee wasn't enough! Listen to Part 2 of his winning story.
Andrew Lee was training for Jeopardy! since childhood and in the summer of 2016 he finally got the call from Alex Trebek that he had been dreaming of. Not only did he appear on the famed game show, but he won! Listen to find out his design of a winning strategy.