Podcast Ep. 5: Co-Founder of “Hi-Fructose” Magazine, Annie Owens!

Just in time for Halloween, we have spooky art extraordinaire Annie Owens on the show for episode five!

Find out what urban legend inspired this painting on the podcast! (Via Facebook.)

Annie Owens is the co-founder of the modern contemporary art magazine Hi-Fructose by day, amazing artist by night. If her work reminds you at all of the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark books that kept you up at night as a kid, that’s because artist Stephen Gammell (and the horror genre in general) are a big influence on her.

One of the watercolor pieces Annie had at La Luz de Jesus gallery in Hollywood (via Instagram).

We talk to Annie about horror movies and ghost stories (including a few of her favorite urban legends), about starting Hi-Fructose, and about some of her favorite artists. Give it a listen and get inspired! We exist in all of these places:

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We can all learn something from fellow creatives, even when their craft is from a seemingly opposite corner of the creative world from our own artistic niche. In fact, that’s why we record our podcast over at Tribeca Flashpoint College! While we know nothing about audio and editing, our friends over at Tribeca know exactly how to make us sound dang good, and we love them for it.

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Check out Annie Owens’ art on Facebook! And be sure to check out Hi-Fructose!| Follow Tribeca Flashpoint College on Instagram, their site, and check out their Artist Shop!

Carlyn Hill

Content manager & writer at Threadless by day, dad joke aficionado and contributor for sites like HelloGiggles and The Mary Sue by night. When she’s not writing or drawing, you can find her in her cave of a room and hanging out with her boyfriend, Netflix.

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