Artist draws the NPR voices in his head

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This came by on my Facebook wall tonight, but it's actually a few months old. Seattle artist Gaelan Kelly renders his visual impressions of what public radio reporters and hosts look like in his head, based on their voices. (Los Angeles-based NPR host Renee Montagne makes the bottom corner.) Part 2 includes Kai Ryssdal of "Marketplace."


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