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Best Letterpress podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Letterpress podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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In the “Letterpress Digest” podcast, novice printer Jordan Berry talks about all things letterpress with some of the most influential and experienced artists, designers, and printers who are using letterpress printing today. You’ll hear guests talk about the resurgence of letterpress and their first printing press as well as numerous helpful and practical tips like how people launched their letterpress business, what type of ink they use, how they found their printing press, how to design fo ...
 
Books in the Wild is a podcast investigating the hidden stories behind books and printed matter. Instead of reviewing books for solely on their written content, we try to offer varying perspectives on everything from conception to creation to reception. This is a podcast about book arts: letterpress printing, bookbinding, artists' books, small press and independent publishing, and stories from book history.
 
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 ...
 
The Positively Creative Podcast was created by Dorothy Collier, artist of Dorothy Art, for creative entrepreneurs. When Dorothy started having a positive outlook on every aspect of her life, including her art career, the creativity and opportunities started overflowing! Join her as she chats with other small business owners, discussing the ins and outs of how to run a creative business and how her creative friends are making it in their respective fields.
 
What would you do if you could not fail? Studio 78 is a podcast for creative entrepreneurs (artist, makers, educators, coaches, curators, designers, etc.) who want to learn how to make money from their passion. The studio is filled with stories from everyday females with extraordinary stories of entrepreneurship. They share how they’ve achieved success through personal and self-development, productivity, marketing, and determination. Nache Snow encourages you to find and pursue your passion ...
 
The New Disruptors tells stories that provide practical inspiration about the way that creative people and producers connect with audiences to perform, cajole, convince, sell, and interact using new methods. Hosted by Glenn Fleishman, a freelance technology reporter and typographic historian. Produced by Aperiodical LLC.
 
The Bodleian Libraries at the University of Oxford is the largest university library system in the United Kingdom. It includes the principal University library - the Bodleian Library - which has been a legal deposit library for 400 years; as well as 28 other libraries across Oxford including major research libraries and faculty, department and institute libraries. Together, the Libraries hold more than 12 million printed items, over 80,000 e-journals and outstanding special collections inclu ...
 
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Printmakers Against Racism is a project that launches today, on the day of this recording July 25th, 2020. Desiree Aspiras is the founder of the project which aims to engage printmakers across the world to sell their printss and donate the proceeds to support the fight against systemic racial injustice. In lieu of the project launch, Desiree and I …
 
Joining me on The Print Cast are Rudy Salgado Jr. and Susanna Crum of Calliope Arts in Louisville, KY. They are an artist couple who run their studio on the first floor of the building they live in near downtown Louisville. We talk about C-19, a print publishing project they started during quarantine that benefits KY and Southern Indiana artists. O…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Morgan Harper Nichols is an artist and poet whose work is inspired by real-life interactions and stories. Morgan spent the first couple of years of her professional life as a college admission counselor, and then, as a full-time touring singer-songwriter and musician. It was on the road that she cultivated her curiosity and passion for writing, art…
 
Welcome back Nicole Crowder from episode 62! Nicole is an independent furniture designer and upholsterer behind Nicole Crowder Upholstery based in Washington D.C. She has been upholstering furniture for clients since 2013. Her list of clients includes residential, commercial, and hospitality, as well as small design collections. Previously Nicole w…
 
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…
 
In this episode, I talk to you about the power of the Enneagram personality test, how to pivot your goals to adjust to COVID-19, the importance of continuous education, why you need to get into the right mind space, and why you need to take action today. I also provide six items entrepreneurs should do this week to gain traction. Show notes: naches…
 
By day Nicole Capó Martínez is a florist and retail manager; on nights and weekends, she moonlights as a writer, artist, and model. She wrote a manifesto for radical self-love, What Makes You Soft. This collection of poetry and short essays is a guide for your journey towards discovering yourself. After Hurricane Maria, she wrote Mother’s Tongue a …
 
Katharine Watson sells original art, goods, and prints through retail, wholesale, licensing, and custom design. Katharine’s work has been featured in Vogue and Martha Stewart Living, and she has worked with companies such as the Metropolitan Museum and Chronicle Books, among many others. Katharine prides herself on running a small-batch, one-of-a-k…
 
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…
 
Frank Close tells the story of Klaus Fuchs and the Bodleian Library. Trinity was the codename for the test explosion of the atomic bomb in New Mexico on 16 July 1945. In this talk, Frank Close tells the story of the bomb's metaphorical father, Rudolf Peierls (Prof Close's one time mentor in Oxford); his intellectual son, the atomic spy Klaus Fuchs;…
 
Jessica Bellamy is an award-winning international speaker, workshop facilitator, motion infographic designer, and research analyst. She has presented and given workshops on information design and data equity in the United States and in other countries. She presents at conferences as well as at universities such as Carnegie Mellon, UCLA, Vermont Col…
 
Shiva Mihan, Harvard Art Museums and Bahari Visiting Fellow at the Bodleian Libraries, gives a talk on her work in Persian arts. Manuscripts produced in the 15th century under Timurid patrons are among the most exquisite examples of Persian arts of the book. Codices containing sumptuous illuminations and lavish illustrations attracted the mutilatin…
 
David Armes (Red Plate Press), the Bodleian’s Printer in Residence 2019-20, describes artists and ideas that influence his work, asking how meaning can mutate through the process of production. And, what impact the physicality of materials has, and how we can read narratives created through improvisational production techniques.…
 
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…
 
The making, use and trade of manuscripts was an important part of Islamic culture, the technical developments influenced the making of books in the west from the later medieval period onward. When dominance of powers shifted, the perception of the Islamic manuscript tradition also changed. While intricately embellished bindings continued to receive…
 
Kaylin Marcotte is the founder of JIGGY, frameable puzzles of curated independent art. Five years ago, she was working around the clock at an early startup, theSkimm, and fell in love with jigsaw puzzles as her nightly meditation. She was doing one every week, and the stress relief was great, but the designs were outdated and well, lame. She starte…
 
Enid Nolasco is the founder and creative talent behind RAW Made. She’s an expert in brand development, graphic design, and project management with over 15 years of experience in the media and design industry. She’s worked alongside award-winning branding agencies and as an entrepreneur transforming businesses into thriving brands by taking what alr…
 
In this episode recorded in early April 2020, Dan Frommer (Twitter) of The New Consumer joins host Glenn Fleishman. Dan is a long-time journalist. He’s been the editor in chief of Recode at Vox Media, an editor and writer at Quartz, and helped create Business Insider. The New Consumer is a subscription newsletter and site that charges a fee for acc…
 
Sara McNally is the owner of Constellation & Co., a letterpress greeting card company that uses the power of words and the magic of snail mail to connect people and make us all feel less alone. Her brick & mortar stationery shop and studio is home to antique printing presses, unique gift items, cards that will make you laugh &/or cry, and great con…
 
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…
 
Sarah Matthews is a full-time artist and currently teaches bookbinding and printmaking. Her work is a part of the permanent collections of Yale’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, George Washington University’s Gelman Library, University of Puget Sound, and Samford University. Sarah named Mary Ruth’s Press after her paternal grandmother, M…
 
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…
 
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…
 
California native Amanda Franz is the owner and creative director of Portland-based Wide Eyes Co., specializing in both ready-made and customized handcrafted stationary since 2012. With a background in Graphic Design, Amanda and her team are experts in creating one-of-a-kind stationery designs. Wide Eyes is built around her love for innovation and …
 
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…
 
Professor Larry Schaaf delivers the 2020 Colin Ford Lecture, providing a fascinating insight into his work on The William Henry Fox Talbot Catalogue Raisonne. There are approximately 25,000 Fox Talbot prints known worldwide, these range from crude experiments through to highly accomplished works of art. For more than four decades Professor Schaaf h…
 
In this episode, Monique Malcolm, Pimp Your Brilliance, and Nache Snow, host of the Studio 78 Podcast, recap lessons learned and wins from 2019, discuss goals for 2020, and offer strategies for implementing goals. They also dive into how to price your products and services, money mindset, and how they use vision boards. They end the episode with a …
 
In this episode, artist Tara Andris walks us through how she fell in love with art and why she chose skies as her main subject. She also provides tips for how to start selling art, lessons learned from shipping, and how social media has helped propel her business. Lastly, she recently had her third child and we discuss how she prioritizes her work …
 
In this episode, Eileen McKenna explains how creating an art blog helped her gained the confidence to get back into painting and inspire others. She also walks us through how and why she built-out courses after a tutorial went viral on Pinterest, her process for developing a creativity book, and why she continues to create simple tutorials for thos…
 
This week we are continuing our series from the Positively Creative Summit. What does fiddling have to do with photography? This is an awesome and inspiring talk from Rachael Boer. She started her creative journey as a musician and soon found herself holding a camera instead of a violin. Rachael shares how she learned the difference between pricing…
 
Tweak It is driven by the talented, charming, and socially active founder Adar Kirkham, whose unique perspective and creative vision inspire others to not only “tweak” their furniture pieces but also to motivate them to chase their dreams and express their personal vision and story through hard work, out-of-the-box thinking, and positive mindset. T…
 
Marie E. Saint-Cyr is a Haitian-American artist whose paintings evoke the charm and vibrancy of Caribbean pastorals alongside the urgency and layered energy of urban landscapes. The bright and saturated colors of the paintings express the strength and vibrancy of the Haitian people. Marie’s love for the arts comes out in many forms as she effective…
 
Jen Hewett is a printmaker, surface designer, textile artist, and teacher. A lifelong Californian, Jen combines her love of loud prints and saturated colors with the textures and light of the California landscapes to create highly tactile, visually-layered, printed textiles. In this episode, we discuss the importance of “showing up,” her two passio…
 
Emily Dere is an illustrator based in Alexandria, VA. She studied communication design at Central Saint Martins in London and theatre design at Syracuse University. A selection of work is available for purchase through Society6 and several brick and mortar stores. In this episode, Emily discusses her journey to becoming an illustrator and why she p…
 
Glory Barbaris is the owner of Always Creating Studio Weddings & Events, a full-service creative event and wedding planning, design, and floral design firm specializing in event design and planning, floral design multicultural weddings, and destinations. Before starting her event planning business in 2016, she worked in the IT industry as a senior …
 
As a former lawyer focusing on human rights law, Dominique Boseman is passionate about advocating for people to have access to things that make their lives better. This passion was no different when she discovered how difficult it was to find healthy and effective body care options for her eczema-prone and sensitive skin. It was hard to find produc…
 
We had the amazing privilege of hearing from Sara Trail of the Social Justice Sewing Academy at the Positively Creative Summit. This is an amazing talk on the power of creating to spark conversations that need to happen. She also shares why it’s important to question and put in the work to identify your place within your creative practice. This is …
 
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