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January 31st, 2024

Episode 69: KISS and their Flaming Wheel of Death

  1. Episode 69: KISS and their Flaming Wheel of Death Evergreen Podcasts 8:49

January 31: Way back in 1973, KISS played their first show at the Popcorn Club in Queens. Now, it’s no secret that Todd is a member of the KISS Army, so we felt highlighting their coming out party was appropriate for this week’s mini-episode where we talk about the artwork for their landmark album “Rock ‘n Roll Over.”

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Visit our full episode page for show notes, the visual examples we discuss, additional links and more!

https://www.twodesignerswalkintoabar.com/episodes/episode-02-1976

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Have a question or idea for Todd and Elliot? Send a note to hello@twodesignerswalkintoabar.com and we promise to read it. After that it’s anyone’s guess.

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Visit https://www.twodesignerswalkintoabar.com/merch to have a look at stuff we’ve made for listeners just like you and support us on Patreon for subscriber-only extras.

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Todd Coats & Elliot Strunk Co-Hosts of Two Designers Walk Into a Bar

Two Designers Walk Into a Bar is a podcast about iconic design and popular culture.

Hosted by graphic designers and collectors Todd Coats and Elliot Strunk, the podcast is constantly looking at pop culture and thinking about how it influences us and what we do for a living. Starting with a theme, we choose iconic work that we find meaningful and use humor and insight to break it down, turn it inside out and try to understand why it has stood the test of time. Two Designers Walk Into a Bar encourages listeners to dive into their libraries, mini storage units or memories with us.

Our website has each episode plus transcripts, notes and other extras.

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