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18 May Movers, Shakers, & Tastemakers: Chris Glass of Wire & Twine

Chris Glass creates stuff. You’ve probably seen his “Made In Ohio” t-shirts around town, among other things.  Chris a tall fellow from Southwestern Ohio. Growing up, his family had a big garden, raised cattle, ate fresh eggs, and had ducks and peacocks. Since he didn’t have neighbors, he found other ways to entertain himself when not pestering his good-hearted family. He earned a design degree from Ohio State University and currently spends his days at a rural studio in Oxford, Ohio where he makes things with friends to sell on Wire & Twine or projects for others. He spends his nights at home in Cincinnati.

Glass joins Sean O’Mealy on “Movers, Shakers, & Tastemakers” to talk about music, Cincinnati, and how his very first schoolbook doodle was the Violent Femmes’ logo.

 

Chris Glass

Chris Glass