Podcast: Heather Day, Artist

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Have you ever wondered about the people who made your favorite mug, shirt or chair? In Why Do We Have Things?, Rita Mehta of The American Edit and Erin Husted of Hackwith Design House interview the independent designers, artists, small business owners and creatives behind our favorite things.

Our second podcast guest is Heather Day, an abstract artist from San Francisco. (Are you thinking, wait, what is this podcast? What happened to TAE? Read this… and rest assured, normal TAE posting will resume soon!)

Heather talks to Rita about her work, finding inspiration through a cross country road trip and her love of surfing, managing a business without taking focus away from her craft, and her recent collaboration with a fashion brand, Bon Mot.

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Notes from the show:
Heather Day Art | Instagram
Tappan Collective Gallery
West Coast Craft
– Heather’s collection with Bon Mot
– Kelly Slater in Entrepreneur

Thank you for listening and please give us your feedback! We’d also really appreciate it if you would subscribe and leave us a review in iTunes. I really hate to ask for stuff like this, but here’s why it matters: basically, the more reviews and subscriptions we get, the more likely people are to find the podcast, and then the more likely we are to be able to get rad interviewees, improve our sound, etc. So if you take the few minutes to subscribe and review, we can provide you with even better content throughout the year!

Our amazing sponsors are also on board to make reviewing and subscribing worth your while! Through the end of the month, we are giving away:
– $100 gift card from Hackwith Design House
– $100 gift card from Wilson & Willy’s
– a gift set from Appointed Co.

To enter the contest, subscribe and review on iTunes and then send a screenshot of your review to podcast@theamericanedit.com. Winners will be chosen randomly at the end of the month! THANK YOU!

Images via Heather Day

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