D and B talk about the history of playwrighting and reminisce on B's past as a high school theatre geek.
In the penultimate episode of Season 2, B & D talk black and white photography and discus some of the best examples of the medium.
D and B explore the world of sushi, as well as B's weird aversion to it. Like, really weird. What's up with that guy?
B & D discuss comic books in their last on-screen appearance for the season.
D & B sit in front of some very famous paintings and discuss impressionism as if they know what they're talking about.
In their first ever appearance on camera, The Art Shmart Podcast's B & D are amused by their green screen and, eventually, discuss the evolution of Electronic Music.
D and B get dark, gritty, and moody as they explore the world of Film Noir.
D and B discuss the fine art of typography and Helveticas. We mean fonts.
To get to the very core of Ballet, D & B venture out into the real world and battle crying babies, herd invisible cats, and talk to a former ballerina. This season finale is not for the faint of heart. Thank you for listening!
D & B try out a two-mic system... and get technical difficulties for their efforts. At some point, Surrealism is discussed.
D & B talk about the beauty of Art Nouveau.
D & B peruse the timeline of Hip Hop culture, arriving, perhaps inevitably, at Star Trek.
D & B discuss graffiti, street art, Banksy, and Killroy.
D starts the episode by not knowing what it is about and B gives the censors a run for their money. Eventually, Dadaism is explored.
D and B recover nicely from the flaming pile of fail that was the Constructivism episode, and have a great conversation about whether independent video games should be considered art.
B mostly listens and gives D no help whatsoever as he resorts to outright plagiarism to make Constructivism sound interesting.
B & D discuss improv, stand up, and their favorite comics.
D & B flounder through another hard topic: Art Deco.
D & B discuss the history of Anime, the disturbing nature of Hentai and the many masters of Japan's greatest entertainment export.
D & B struggle through Modern Architecture in the first ever episode of The Art Shmart Podcast.