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Best Commercial Illustration podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Commercial Illustration podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Illustration Hour is a long-form interview podcast about the craft and business of illustration and design hosted by illustrator Julia Dufossé. With the help of successful illustrators, designers and art directors, we unpack how you can ideate better, learn new skills, keep yourself fresh, promote yourself and your work, and maintain a profitable freelance business. You'll learn industry secrets and tips on self-promotion, contract negotiation, portfolios and income streams from today's most ...
 
The Print Cast is a podcast about the expanding world of printmaking today. Host Nick Naughton talks with some of the best contemporary printmakers working today, including designers, illustrators, collaborative print artists, commercial printers, letterpress, foil stampers, and even book binders. Nick and his guests talk shop sharing anecdotes, business ideas, and technical tips with listeners everywhere. It's about the print shops, the artists, the process, and why we make all the prints t ...
 
Because we are interested in people's story, and not what type of gear they use, we introduce a new much needed podcast in the world of photography and cinematography. Featuring in-depth conversations with some of the world's leading photographers, filmmakers, and other visual revolutionaries, we are bringing you the backstory on how some of your favorite artists got to where they are today.
 
Hosted by indie recording artist CDH Live, and published fiction author Shel-Rock, "Live! & Rock" is an Arts and Entertainment talk show conceived by creatives…for creatives! Through passionate conversations, these real life brothers give listeners a glimpse into the journey of independent artists, while discussing the best of commercial T.V, Movies, Music, and more!
 
You can learn a lot from listening to creative leaders talk about what made them successful. Every artist, designer and creative entrepreneur has a unique story about their journey to find professional success that can help inspire and guide yours. From happy accidents to dealing with adversity, industry innovators share their experiences, insights and advice to help you navigate your career and find your own path. What do they all have in common? They never stop learning. Neither will you w ...
 
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If you're a printmaker, I hope you've heard of Atelier 17. The widely acclaimed mid-century Manhattan print studio was known for being an inclusive environment to make and expand the craft of printmaking. My guest today is Christina Weyl, author of a new book "The Women of Atelier 17: Modernist Printmaking in Midcentury New York." Christina Weyl is…
 
Architectural photographer Andy Macpherson joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a young surf kid growing up in Cronulla, New South Wales, to working in marketing and sales for a well known coffee roaster, to finally falling in love with architectural photography and working with clients like Dwell Magazine and a huge list of well known …
 
The Print Cast supports Black Lives Matter and believes in justice for those who have been oppressed by systemic racism. I've been making time to reflect and to learn about the issues at hand, and I am reflecting on how I can be involved and support the movement. I'm going to work to make sure this podcast is part of the healing and change that thi…
 
Sports, music, lifestyle, and culture photographer Anthony Geathers joins the podcast to talk about his most recent personal work, shooting in the streets of New York during the protest, and to tell the story of how he went from a kid growing up in Bed-Stuy, to a Marine, to studying at NYC's famed SVU, to shooting for some of the biggest brands in …
 
Commercial, fine art, and editorial photographer Joseph Haeberle joins the show to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in rural Wyoming with a love of horses, to suddenly developing a thriving wedding photography business while still a teenager, then making the decision to walk away from it and focus his camera on the lifestyle and the peo…
 
London based reportage and documentary photographer Arnhel De Serra joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in the country outside of Brighton with an affinity for guitar and Carlos Santana, to finding a camera in his hand and a desire to capture the world around him, shooting everything from the mundane to the magnificent…
 
Sign up for the newsletter Get a free trial of Skillshare Premium About this Episode Alva Skog (Web; IG) is a Swedish illustrator based in London. Since graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2017, Alva has worked with clients like Apple, the New York Times and The Guardian. Their recognizable and bold style of towering characters with rule break…
 
Today’s edition of Press On with The Print Cast was wrapped up on Thursday May 22nd, in the year 2020, over 8 weeks into my stay-at-home shut-down. For this fifth edition I’ve got a longer interview for you, so it will only be one today, featuring Josh Dannin of Directangle Press and Todd Irwin of Bitmap Press, the co-publishers of Power Washer Zin…
 
Rich Tu is the VP of digital design for MTV, VH1, CMT, and Logo. Hear what inspires Rich to create energetic and electrifying designs for brands like Nike, New York Times, and Coca-Cola. He has always been stimulated by street art and the underground scene, allowing a fresh and youthful vibe into mainstream media. From deciding to develop his artis…
 
On this episode I'm joined by the head of Clarkson Creative and director of photography for NCAA photos Jamie Schwaberow to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in Ohio with a love of sports and dreams of becoming a journalist, to finding a camera in his hand and covering some of the biggest sporting events in the world. From an early age J…
 
In conversation with Matt Rota, Javier Ameijeiras, associate designer for the Oscars and Art Director for Hamilton, provides a fresh take on what it means to be an illustrator and designer. He discusses taking the formal pen & paper tools he honed in college and adapting them to exist in 3-D. His creative forces have been applied to the physical wo…
 
Artist, filmmaker, photographer, and all around creative human being Thomas Campbell joins the podcast to talk about his newest skateboard film "Ye Olde Destruction" as well as how he went from a kid growing up in the 70s skateboard scene, to writing for magazines while he was still in high school, to hitchhiking around the world, to doing a solo a…
 
Richard Thompson III, known to some as RVT3, joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in New Orleans with a passion for music, to pursuing an education in the arts at SCAD, to living in LA shooting some of the most luxurious and well designed automobiles on the planet, and forming long lasting working relationships with com…
 
Martin Ander, better known to some as Mander, joins the show from his studio in Sweden to talk about how skateboarding, graffiti, and music shaped his youth and influenced him as an artist that would go onto to create hundreds of skateboard graphics, design award wining album artwork, and more recently begin exhibiting his work in galleries. Althou…
 
Today on The Print Cast, it's the fourth edition of our series Press On, something we launched as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. I want to talk directly to printmakers about how this situation impacts their lives, their businesses, and how they'll keep busy through the shutdown of daily life. Each iteration of the series will bring you storie…
 
Sofia Jaramillo returns to the show after her recent biographical episode to talk about working as a photojournalist and storyteller during the Covid 19 quarantines in Jackson Hole for High Country News and how she chose to follow a story of positivity, showcasing her small mountain community coming together to help each other out and show compassi…
 
Sign up for the newsletter Get a free trial of Skillshare Premium About this Episode Haley Tippmann (IG; Web; Society6) is an illustrator based in Koblenz, Germany. who loves to draw people. Haley's signature way of drawing, an observational, organic and extremely expressive style has earned her commissions from clients like the New York Times, the…
 
Matt Rota sat down with Nathan Fox, Chair of the MFA Visual Narrative Department at the School of Visual Arts and award winning illustrator & comic book artist, to discuss how he went from editorial to comics and how he developed the skills to effectively craft visual narratives. To see Nathan’s work, visit his profile on Artrepreneur or pick up hi…
 
On this episode of the podcast I sit down with Catherine Simard to talk about how she went from walking the runway as a fashion model, to pursuing a career as a stylist and art director, to walking away from it all to live a life of travel and simplicity and chase her passion to become a landscape photographer. Cath grew up in Quebec and was scoute…
 
Today on The Print Cast, it's the third edition of our series Press On, something we launched as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. I want to talk directly to printmakers about how this situation impacts their lives, their businesses, and how they'll keep busy through the shutdown of daily life. Each iteration of the series will bring you stories…
 
Photographer, Director, National Geographic contributor, and now business entrepreneur, Andy Bardon joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in New Jersey with dreams of mountain adventures, to studying social sciences in college in Colorado, to finding himself in the midst of an expedition on Mount Everest and on the cover…
 
Sign up for the newsletter Get a free trial of Skillshare Premium About this Episode Brian Blomerth (Web; IG) is a freelance illustrator and cartoonist. From 2017 to 2018, Brian wrote a weekly cartoon titled Alphabet Junction for the magazine VICE. Since then, bands and companies have commissioned Brian to deliver his uniquely personal style of dog…
 
For artist Matt Rota, finding community and building a network is key. He sat down with Artrepreneur’s Chief-Curator to discuss the path from art school kid to illustrating for the New York Times, The New Yorker, Harpers, Politico, Smithsonian, The Washington Post, and the Criterion Collection, among others. The post Matt Rota: From Art-School to I…
 
Daniel Driensky and Sarah Reyes, better known to most as Exploredinary, join the podcast to talk about their recent trip to Nepal, working on a new documentary film, and how two people that grew up in Texas found there way together as a creative couple to work on some beautifully produced short documentary films, photography projects, and art insta…
 
Director, photographer, and National Geographic Explorer Max Lowe joins the podcast to talk about working on his most recent project and full length film "Torn" that will tell the story of his family and will hopefully be coming out later this year if all goes well. During our conversation Max opens up about what it was like to tragically lose his …
 
Today's episode of The Print Cast is the second edition of a limited series I’m calling Press On, Press On is a series that looks at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the printmaking community. Each of these bonus episodes brings you stories from printmaking artists and arts administrators speaking to how this situation impacts their lives, wh…
 
Photographer, Filmmaker, and now Author Ben Moon returns to the show to talk about his beautifully written book Denali that recently came out, what he's been up to since we last spoke, and how he's filling his time during the quarantine. Make sure to check out his story on the full length episode he originally did with me back on Episode #48, and r…
 
On this episode of the podcast I'm joined by outdoor adventure photographer Will Saunders to talk about how he went from a kid working as a white water rafting guide in his high school years wanting to study marine biology in college, to suddenly being influenced to take up the torch of photojournalism and pursue a life in photography. Growing up i…
 
Sign up for the newsletter Get a free trial of Skillshare Premium About this Episode Nicki Field is the head of illustration at the agency and production company Jelly London. Nicki has years of experience representing artists and illustrators and she shares helpful tips about portfolios, self-promotion, outreach and negotiation. In this conversati…
 
Grace sits down with renowned artist & illustrator Scott Gordley to discuss what it was like to paint James Earl Jones’ portrait, as well as Cher, Madonna, and Michelle Pfeiffer. Gordley’s commercial work has appeared in Time, Esquire, Newsday, Playboy, and the London Times, among others. He dives into what makes an illustration “smart”, the import…
 
Today on podcast, we’re doing a special edition called Press On, a series launched as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. I want to talk directly to printmakers about how this situation impacts their lives, their businesses, and how they’ll keep busy through the shut down of daily life. Each iteration of this series will bring you stories from 3 a…
 
Commercial/editorial sports photographer and Nikon Ambassador Andrew Hancock returns to the podcast to talk about what's going on in his life during the current social and economical shutdown, and how this has effected the specific niche of sports photography, as well the industry itself. Make sure to check out Andrew's original biographical episod…
 
On this episode of Visual Revolutionary Shorts I take a small break from the normal talk of photography, filmmaking, and creativity to address the current situation we all find ourselves in these days and what I feel like a meditation/mindfulness practice can do to help in times of fear, anxiety, and uncertainty. I'll be back very soon with a new e…
 
In the new limited audio series from the maker of The Print Cast, host Nick Naughton invites listeners onto the podcast to share about how the Coronavirus pandemic is affecting their lives and livelihoods. In the spirit of community, we're opening the lines to share stories of how we're coping, how we're printing from home, and how we're going to m…
 
Today's guest on The Print Cast is Karl LaRocca, the owner of Kayrock Screen Printing in Brooklyn, New York. If you've checked out what they do, you would see a huge array of goods that they make including artist editions, artist books, and rad merch. One famous tee Kayrock produced that we discuss briefly was a Bert and Ernie design (Designed by D…
 
Commercial, editorial, and outdoor adventure photographer and filmmaker Sofia Jaramillo joins the podcast to talk about how she went from a kid growing up on the slopes of Sun Valley, Idaho to working as a photojournalist in Mexico City, to living in Jackson Hole Wyoming focusing her camera on the outdoor adventure lifestyle she is surrounded by fo…
 
Photographer, author, educator, and host of the Candid Frame Podcast Ibarionex Perello joins me on the mics to talk about what he's learned about humanity and about himself from over 25 years of shooting on the streets of downtown Los Angeles, as well as all over the world. During our conversation I get the chance to ask him what made him want to s…
 
Sign up for the newsletter Get a free trial of Skillshare Premium About this Episode Nolan Pelletier (Web; IG) is an illustrator and designer based in Toronto Canada. Nolan's deep love for collecting antiques, art and printed ephemera influences his work very deeply. Over the years he has developed a unique style and voice combining his love of ink…
 
On this episode of the podcast I'm joined by photographer, architect, designer, and all around content creator Demas Rusli to find out how he went from a kid growing up in Sydney Australia with a fascination for architecture, to picking up a camera, building a loyal instagram following, and shooting for some of the biggest brands in the world like …
 
About this Episode Melanie Lambrick (IG; Web) is an illustrator and designer based in Montreal, Canada. Melanie's work really caught my eye from the moment I first saw it on Instagram. It's delightfully textured, filled with brilliant color palettes and pleasing compositions. Melanie's work is a nod to the folk art traditions of the 1960s, works by…
 
On this episode of the Best of The Visual Revolutionary Podcast I sit down with renowned portrait photographer, illustrator, writer, and category defying creative, Dan Winters. Although you might know Dan from his critically acclaimed portraits of iconic celebrities, musicians, and cultural influencers, he has built a reputation for his ability to …
 
On this episode of The Best of The Visual Revolutionary Podcast I sit down with renowned photographer Glen E. Friedman. To take a look through some of Friedman's archive is like stepping back into time and getting the chance to live through the subcultures he was there to bare witness to. He created images that would help define a generation. From …
 
About this Episode Armando Veve (Web; IG) is an illustrator and artist known for his masterful use of graphite and surreal compositions. Armando's work is remarkable in his extreme attention to detail and the care he puts into his medium. Armando's illustrations are truly magical with a very tactile feel. His concepts are equally impressive. Armand…
 
Director, cinematographer, and co-founder of the Video Production company OPNSZN, Caleb Seales joins the podcast right off the heels of the newest music video he had the chance to work on with Atlanta's own EarthGang featuring the song "Swivel". As a young up and coming director, already with a who's who list of top musical artist he's worked with,…
 
Director, cinematographer, photographer, and friend of the show Zach Wolfe returns to talk about what's going on in the creative world of Atlanta, the changes he's experienced with the commercial filmmaking scene and the budgets they bring, his thoughts on smaller camera systems vs the Red and Arri cinema setups, how we both feel about marketing ou…
 
About this Episode Eleanor Taylor (Web; IG) is an illustrator and artist working out of Hastings in the U.K. Eleanor has a BA in illustration from Norwich College of Arts and an MA in communication Art and Design from the Royal College of Art. Her work is highly praised and regarded among book publishers and editorial circles and she has worked wit…
 
-Click Here To Subscribe To Visual Revolutionary on YouTube- Volcom staff snowboard photographer and professional vagabond Vernon Deck joins the podcast to talk how he went from a kid growing up in a small town in New Zealand within the confines of a strict religious community, to traveling the globe, discovering photography, and creating a unique …
 
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