Passionate and humble, John Trippe created a website to share his photos and art in 2000, what ended up happening was the creation and curation of a successful art sharing template that would inspire an entire movement online. John moved to San Francisco to pursue skateboarding and art. Before long he was publishing his own art ‘zine called Fecal Face, and when digital publishing when in its infancy he released fecalface.com. The website would go on to spread art across 50,000 unique visitors a day and inspire generations on how you can adapt to do what you love on your own terms. Fecal Face celebrated it’s 10 Year anniversary at The Luggage Store Gallery, a location he had been inspired by as a young art fan in San Francisco. In this episode we follow John as prepare for the blowout group show and reflect on the website’s past and future.

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Super8 film shot on a Beaulieu 4008 ZM2 on Kodak Vision2 200D in San Francisco California.

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FECAL FACE FEATURE – The Creative Lives Season 2 from The Creative Lives on Vimeo.

Passionate and humble, John Trippe created a website to share his photos and art in 2000, …

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