In the second episode dedicated to TJ’s fans who are inspired by his words to create their own works of art, we talk to a variety of artists who draw, paint, make videos, and more.
The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and me. This episode was written by Sita Rajasingham.
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