Ep97: PJ Richardson

On this episode of The Angry Millennial, we're chatting with Laundry Co-Founder, PJ Richardson.

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PJ is a California native, born in Santa Barbara + grew up in downtown San Francisco, where his affinity for graffiti and letter forms was born. He spent his earliest years beautifying the local transit system, before a show at the SFMOMA catapulted PJ into the world of fine art. Studied in illustration and computer animation, PJ went on to develop his repertoire of logo, music video and illustration work at his design studio Laundry which he co-owns and co-creative directs with longtime friend Anthony Liu.

In this episode, we chat about how we met through Union + Webster at WeWork in Santa Monica, his early years as a graffiti writer throughout San Francisco, his time in Maryland at MICA, making the jump to LA after graduation, taking the big leap to go from intrapreneur to entrepreneur with Laundry, working with blue chip brands like NASCAR, Airbnb. Chevy, eBay, Nike, Wrigley, Honda, Unilever, Uber, + Under Armour, and on shows like Sons of Anarchy + the Ali G Show along with films such as The Interview + The Night Before, and more on this episode of The Angry Millennial.

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