Punk Professor. Space pirate. Design rebel. Noah Scalin is not your ordinary guy ~ he might not even sleep! He teaches design at the Virginia Commonwealth University, runs a socially conscious design firm called Another Limited Rebellion, and has just launched a kickstarter campaign for a new book of skulls that you’ll want to hear all about. We had so much to talk about that this show is just part one of a two part interview.
Noah’s work can be seen in many publications including USA Today, Wired and The New York Times. His art has been exhibited at the Mütter Museum in Philadelphia, the Museum of Death in Hollywood, The International Museum of Surgical Sciences in Chicago, and the Museum of World Culture in Gothenberg, Sweden. He gets around. Noah has written a series of books on creativity, made skulls with Martha Stewart on her TV show, and even found time to meet me in his Richmond studio. We had so much to talk about that this show is just part one of a two part interview.
In this episode you’ll hear about:
- Chop Suey Books in Richmond, Virginia
- The Grateful Dead
- The Dao
- Images of the Capuchin Crypt
- Sedlec Ossuary in the Czech Republic
- Crash, the film