CraftSanity Podcast Episode 162: An Interview with Liz Reed, co-creator of Cuddles and Rage

by jennifer

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I try to crack up at least 10 times a day and some days that’s tough. This is when it pays off to have a web comic bookmarked. On the this episode of the podcast, you’ll meet Liz Reed, co-creator of the Cuddles and Rage comic featuring humorous hand drawn comics and and sculpted dioramas.

Liz created Cuddles and Rage with her husband, Jimmy, in 2010. Disturbingly cute, their comics and sculpted dioramas featured a lot of personified food. And there’s something very amusing about seeing a sculpted taco sitting crosslegged on a couch.

On this podcast, Liz shares the fun story of how she and Jimmy met and eventually became co-creators. Liz and Jimmy live in Oak Ridge, Maryland, where Liz works on the Cuddles and Rage full time.

Liz and I laugh A LOT on this episode, so you might not want to be drinking expensive wine while you listen because you might get the giggles, too, and spit out some of the good stuff and that would be a real shame. :  )

So tune into the podcast and then go check out Cuddles and Rage online and shop for their books, sculpted creations and other amusing artwork in their Etsy shop.

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Thanks sponsors: Thanks to my Patreon sponsors and ACS Home and Work for sponsoring this podcast.

acshomeandwork-300x124I discovered ACS when I was looking for a local source for flour sack tea towels to use for my printmaking and embroidery projects. I’m happy to be supporting a West Michigan-based company with my business and ACS is graciously sponsoring the CraftSanity Podcast.

Local West Michigan listeners can shop ACS products at the Red Door, 6837 Lake Michigan Dr, in Allendale Charter Township. It’s the ACS outlet and also a pickup location for locals who want to order flour sack tea towels and other goods and skip the shipping costs. Visit Red door for a variety of tea towels and other home goods.

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