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Design Life

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Design Life

Charli Prangley, Femke Van Schoonhoven

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Design Life is a podcast about design and side projects for motivated creators. It was born after your hosts, two serial side project addicts, saw a gap in the podcast market for a conversational show about design and the issues young creatives face, that was hosted by two females. This show aims to tackle the big issues designers face like getting paid, overcoming a creative block or managing time, to name a few. We want to open up discussion about things we wish we heard people talk about ...
 
[Draws in Spanish] showcases noteworthy Latinx visual artists, exploring their creative journeys and how they got to where they are today. Host and Chilean-American illustrator, Fabiola Lara, brings humor and empathy to the conversation, uncovering how the artist’s culture and Latinx identity informs their artwork. Whether you’re just starting your creative career or looking to discover the next big name in visual art, join Fabiola as she chats in English with artists who draw in Spanish.
 
At Coup Design Talks with Ar. Prachi Rastogi; we would be discussing about the relevance of design in your everyday life with built environment. Understanding the impact it has in the quality of life and lifestyle. The podcast will be a dialogue with architects and design experts who develop these built spaces giving you advice on do’s and don’ts helping you make those important real estate decisions. This would be associated to the real estate, civic infrastructure development around us and ...
 
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Art Fair Confidential

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Art Fair Confidential

Redwood Art Group | Art Fair Confidential

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Redwood Art Group – With over 40 art fairs spanning more than 11 years, our shows in New York, Miami, Santa Fe, and San Diego are celebrated as premier destinations for discovering and collecting contemporary and modern art and design. Attracting nearly 100,000 attendees annually, Redwood Art Group fairs support galleries as they champion the careers of artists, strengthen the local art market, and inspire art lovers from around the world.
 
To create something, anything, you need a method. You need an approach that works for you. But wouldn’t it also be nice to learn how others approach their creative process? Works in Process is a monthly podcast where I, Designer and Educator George Garrastegui Jr, have the conversations you wish you had. I talk to designers, artists, educators, and creators to find the Hows and Whys of their creative work. Then, through experiences and inspiration, my guests explore the techniques and observ ...
 
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AIGA Design Podcasts

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AIGA Design Podcasts

AIGA, the professional association for design

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How is design changing as a discipline and profession? What are the current landscapes and future horizons of innovation? ​What are the opportunities for the design community? AIGA explores these questions and more with creative practitioners and​ business​ leaders​ to deepen the impact of design across all disciplines on business, society, and our collective future.
 
Paperweight Radio: Explorations in Visual and Material Culture draws together artists, designers, academics, curators, writers and researchers around a theme, to explore the territory of visual and material culture from different vantage points. In these explorations, Paperweight offers reports from the front-line of research into visual and material culture, running into the heat of battle and reporting back with dispatches.
 
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Typography Dojo

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Typography Dojo

Rachel Elnar @ TypeEd

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Typography Dojo is the place where we explore the traditions and techniques in the practice of type and typography with lessons and insights from visual design masters. Join me to learn more about typesetting, readability, hand lettering, editorial design, type design, Calligraphy, logo design and how they improve graphic communication.
 
Want to know what it takes to design logos and brand identities? In the Logo Geek podcast, award winning logo design expert Ian Paget finds out by interviewing successful graphic designers and entrepreneurs around the world so you can learn from their experiences. Topics include logo design tips, getting clients, how much to charge, coming up with ideas, choosing fonts, portfolio mistakes, branding, online marketing and so much more!
 
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The Beauty Of Independence

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The Beauty Of Independence

Ben Carter/The 5th Element Podcast Network

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Join Ben Carter (HipHopNumbers) as he sits down with independent artists across the whole spectrum of creation - music, poetry, journalism, visual design. If it's art, it's here. This is the essence of independent creation. It's about shining a light on the hardest workers in music and art, uncovering their process and inspiring others to strike out on their own and create something untouched by convention and popular opinion. Each conversation is stamped with the unique personality and expe ...
 
Attention is an audio journal for architectural culture that uses the medium of sound and spoken word to capture a dimension of architecture otherwise lost in print. By precluding visual media, Attention strikes a distance between the distraction economy of much online media, creating an intimate and reflective space for the in-depth development of ideas and issues. Through interviews, roundtable debates, oral histories, field recordings, the exploration of archival recordings, experimental ...
 
Helping you become a more effective information designer. You want to create effective data visualizations. That’s hard work. There are so many decisions to make, like chart type, annotations, and color! Will this podcast help? Host and fellow data viz designer Alli Torban is in the trenches with you. She shares the latest tools and methods that she’s discovered while on the job and interviewing top designers. If you’re an analyst, journalist, or designer who wants to hone your skills with s ...
 
Noise Between Stations is a podcast about the potential of digital design hosted by Victor Lombardi. We explore the intersection of the Internet, software, hardware, business, and life. We explain things in layperson's terms, but most of our audience is designers and technologists. We focus on issues like product design, visual design, interaction design, information architecture, content strategy, and business strategy. Noise Between Stations is hosted by Victor Lombardi, author of the book ...
 
Future Lab is a weekly online radio show devoted to technology research from Intel Labs, and its university and industry partners. The interviews introduce you to a range of fascinating people on the front lines of research in areas like computing, biology, anthropology, energy, automotive design, visual sensing, robotics, space exploration and more.
 
RTHK' s The Works focuses on Hong Kong's arts and cultural scene. The Works features news and reviews of visual and performing arts, design, literary and other “ works ” . Added illumination comes from interviews with leading performers and producers, interspersed with updates on events affecting the development of the territory 's artistic and cultural life. There's also in – most weeks – a live studio performance. The Works is aired on RTHK 31 every Saturday at 16:00. We're on Facebook htt ...
 
Your one-stop-shop for essential data storytelling, data visualization, and presentation skills for data analysts, digital marketers, data science, and data practitioners. With regular original content and luminary guest appearances from Nancy Duarte, Rand Fishkin, Alberto Cairo, Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic, Jim Sterne, Dustin Mathews, Garr Reynolds, and more. This is the toolset you need to present your insights, inform business decisions, inspire action, and become INDISPENSABLE.
 
Host Richard Kraft invites writers, artists, scientists, musicians and people from all areas of life to select eight talismanic books, which have profoundly affected them. Richard’s probing, insightful questions open doors not only to the books, but also the arc of each guest’s life and work.
 
Everything and everywhere starts with a story. Inspired Design will pique your visual curiosity and heighten your senses as you are transported by iconic PNW creators into the depths of their favorite iconic spaces. Explore with us familiar places and dive into never-before-shared personal, intimate sanctuaries. Honest, fun, inspiring conversations bringing you a genuine appreciation for the intricacies of design, newfound knowledge about the brilliant minds that amaze us, and the distinctiv ...
 
This podcast centers on my research and understanding of color, color usage, and optics as they relate to theories of human color perception in the making of visual art and design. By Ed Charbonneau, an artist (drawing & painting focus) and adjunct faculty member in the Fine Arts Department at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design. (Content expressed does not reflect the views of the Minneapolis College of Art & Design.)
 
Visual Pine, a podcast about design! Ariana and Alex are two young graphic designers talking about various aspects of the design world and trying to make sense of it all. Come along for fun discussions about the design and creative world, pick up some tricks and tips, and hear them vent about the struggles they face.
 
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Sometimes one decision can completely change the trajectory of your life! That’s what happened to Natalia Cardona Puerta when she decided to follow her dreams of being an illustrator and uproot her life in Colombia. In this episode, I chat with Colombian illustrator Natalia Cardona Puerta who creates colorful and playful illustrations inspired by h…
 
Sugar art is the art of making centrepieces or sculptures entirely with sugar or sugar derivatives. The finished works can be both edible and decorative. Sugar art is said to date back to at least 3,500 BC in Egypt and possibly even further to 4,000 BC...By Radio Television Hong Kong
 
The biggest international prize in architecture will be awarded Friday in London to an architect known for his work on buildings that address social needs, particularly in African countries. This year's prize also made history, as Francis Kéré became the first African and first Black architect to receive the honor. Jeffrey Brown has the story for o…
 
Randy Krum, data viz extraordinaire, talks about the tyranny of the visualization default, the differences between data visualizations for discovery and communication, and why we shouldn't always use colors on everything! He also talks about building on templates, the problems with numbers, and the scale of visual perception. To finish off, we get …
 
This week, we talk about how to make design critiques more fun, and how to encourage teams to share their work-in-progress more often. Supported by: Play — Play is the first native iOS design tool built for creating mobile prototypes. They recently launched Play for iPad, giving designers more room to create pixel-perfect and native-first prototype…
 
Wednesday marks the second anniversary of George Floyd's murder at the hands of police in Minneapolis. His death touched off protests and a global movement for racial justice. Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on a new book, "His Name Is George Floyd," which examines Floyd's life and America's ongoing struggle with systemic racism. PBS NewsHour is support…
 
Two years after George Floyd's death, President Biden on Wednesday signed an executive order aimed at overhauling policing practices. Among other actions, it revises use-of-force policies for federal law enforcement agencies and creates a national registry of officer misconduct. Christy Lopez, of the Georgetown University Law Center, joins Geoff Be…
 
Art Money: The Smart Easy Way to Build a Collection Art Money makes buying art easy and affordable. Payments are spread over 10 monthly installments. After paying a minimum 10% deposit, you take your artwork home to enjoy immediately and pay the remaining balance over the course of 9 months, interest free. Imagine — with Art Money, an artwork that …
 
Martin Huntbach is the co-founder Jammy Digital, a content writing agency in the UK. Martin also co-authored the best-selling book, Content Fortress and has spoken about content marketing on stages across the country. After winning the Best Business Blog Award in 2018, he’s made it his mission to help as many businesses as possible to attract their…
 
Today, we have Zan Armstrong with us to share 3 simple alternatives to aggregating time series data in the usual ways so you don’t lose important nuance. It’s so easy to get pushed into aggregating data a certain way by our software so being aware of some alternatives is really helpful when you’re analyzing and visualizing data. Show notes: https:/…
 
For the first time ever, the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation on Sunday awarded five people the Profile in Courage award for their commitment to protecting democracy in the U.S. and around the globe. This year the Kennedy family honored Ukraine's President Zelenskyy for his efforts against Russia and Democrats and Republicans for upholding electi…
 
Marathon runner Jacky Hunt-Broersma has been setting new records since she lost her leg to cancer 20 years ago. She joins Geoff Bennett to discuss how she's breaking barriers and challenging misconceptions about athletes with disabilities. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
This week, host Isaac Butler talks to Steph Paynes, founder and guitarist of Lez Zeppelin, an all-female group dedicated to the musical and performative stylings of Led Zeppelin. In the interview Steph explains why she doesn’t consider Lez Zeppelin to be a “tribute band.” Then she describes the challenge of mimicking some aspects of the legendary r…
 
We are thrilled that another guest joins us in-real-life in the gallery for this latest podcast conversation. British sculptor Hugh Chapman currently has a collection of six bronze and polished stainless steel sculptures in the gallery as part of the his Into the Light exhibition. Hugh Chapman's visit to Sweden coincides with a gallery event dedica…
 
MerleFest has been a mainstay on the music circuit since 1988. People flock to the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina each year to celebrate music of the Appalachian region, which has helped the local economy. Jeffrey Brown went to take a look for our arts and culture series, "CANVAS." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www…
 
Stephanie Weissberg, a curator at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, stopped by to speak with Nancy about the Pulitzer and the current exhibition, Assembly Required. Assembly Required features eight artists whose work invites your active participation. You may build, shape, and use these artworks, collaboratively or on your own. The artists were selecte…
 
Join AIGA's Executive Director, Bennie F. Johnson, in conversation with design industry leaders and innovators. These conversations seek to inspire dynamic new conversations in and outside of the design community. This episode's guest is Lynda Decker, Creative Director at Decker Design. Watch the video version of this episode here: https://vimeo.co…
 
On this edition of Working Overtime, hosts June Thomas and Karen Han hear from a listener who can’t decide which creative project to move forward with. First, they discuss how to evaluate a project’s potential for success. Then they imagine what it would be like to choose between projects if money weren’t a factor. Do you have a question about crea…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Nicole Grosjean. Nicole talks about growing up and exploring art in the mountains of Colorado, winning an art scholarship to the Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design, sculpture, galleries, working with a ceramicist as a production artist, deciding to do paper art, process, incorporating LED lights in her work, fi…
 
Barkley L. Hendricks was a contemporary American painter who made pioneering contributions to Black portraiture and conceptualism. Special correspondent Jared Bowen of GBH Boston takes us to an exhibit of his work at Brandeis University's Rose Art Museum, and shows us how Hendricks used the camera as what he called his "mechanical sketchbook." It's…
 
In 2001, Catherine and Paul joined forces to create an original agency concept, built around the idea that true collaborative thinking and different perspectives can solve brand challenges holistically—and better. Together, with their talented team of brand architects, they partner with some of the world’s most forward-looking brands. Their strateg…
 
In 2021, more than 1,500 children and teenagers in the United States were killed by gunfire. Activists across the country are working to shed light on that issue through a series of plays written and performed by young adults, many of whom have had direct experience with gun violence. Jeffrey Brown has the story for our arts and culture series, "CA…
 
98% of us engage with the arts and 45% of us create art, yet the majority of Australian visual artists and arts workers remain deeply concerned by income security, cuts to arts education, program cancellations and reduced sales due to the ongoing impacts of the pandemic. All Australians would benefit immensely from ambitious visual arts and culture…
 
This week, host Karen Han talks to voice actor and performer Erika Ishii, whose very long resume includes video games, animated series, and live action projects. In the interview, Erika explains their process of bringing video game characters to life–characters like Valkyrie in the game Apex Legends. Then Erika discusses diversity among both charac…
 
Each day the Twitter thread "Faces Of COVID" posts the names, images and a short remembrance of Americans who have died from COVID-19. The project was started by Boston-based communications consultant Alex Goldstein, who has posted more than 7,000 remembrances since starting the feed in March 2020. Geoff Bennett recently spoke with Goldstein to lea…
 
There are few materials more useful or aesthetic than glass, whether we want to look through it, drink from it, or make beautiful or decorative objects with it. People have been making and using the material for at least 3,600 years. New creative possi...By Radio Television Hong Kong
 
Join AIGA's Executive Director, Bennie F. Johnson, in conversation with design industry leaders and innovators. These conversations seek to inspire dynamic new conversations in and outside of the design community. This episode's guest is Michael Bierut, Pentagram partner and AIGA Medalist. Watch the video version of this episode here: https://vimeo…
 
Two years ago, four museums were set to present a retrospective of painter Philip Guston. But then, in one of the biggest controversies to hit the art world in the last few years, it all imploded. Now, the show has finally launched at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Special correspondent Jared Bowen of GBH Boston has the story for our arts and cul…
 
This week, we cover all of the exciting new releases from Config 2022, and do a deep dive into the new version of Auto Layout. Supported by: Clay — Clay is the beautiful and private home for all your relationships. Populated from the ground up using your calendar and social history, Clay is the most stunning, powerful way to remember who you’ve met…
 
As wildfires continue to rage in the western United States, we look at how these increasingly common events are affecting the people in the midst of them. Lucy Walker is a documentary filmmaker whose most recent work, "Bring Your Own Brigade," follows residents after the disastrous Camp Fire in California. She offers her Brief But Spectacular take …
 
Cynthia Prost, President and CEO of the Arts and Education Council, stopped by to talk about the organization and their upcoming gala at the Chase on May 23rd. ----- The Arts and Education Council of Greater St. Louis is a unique asset in our community. The Arts and Education Council is our region's only united arts fund supported by private contri…
 
Without a good idea, you have no logo, so generating ideas is the most important step of the logo design process. But, staring at a blank piece of paper can be daunting, so a logo designer will carry out numerous idea generation exercises to help along the way. In this podcast, Ian explains the logo design idea generation techniques he uses when wo…
 
Multi-talented musician Jon Batiste received the most nominations of any artist at the recent Grammys, capturing a total of 11 in all in a wide variety of categories. He also came away with the most wins, including the biggest, "Album of the year," for his recording titled "We Are." Jeffrey Brown spoke with Batiste about what has led to his success…
 
On Mother's Day, we look at one mom's inspiration for the next generation. Lourdes Villanueva's parents worked as migrant workers picking fruit across Texas, Florida and Georgia. She spoke with her son Roger about what it was like going to school while her family was constantly on the move in a new animated feature from our partners at StoryCorps. …
 
This week, host Isaac Butler talks to theater director Awoye Timpo and dramaturg Arminda Thomas. In the interview, Awoye and Arminda start by defining the roles of director and dramaturg and explaining why they work so well together. They also discuss their group CLASSIX, which aims to revive the work of Black playwrights and to “explode” the class…
 
The wedding industry is up and running again as more people are vaccinated and couples have rescheduled their canceled plans due to COVID. But the return of weddings is also highlighting the lack of services catered to people of color and nontraditional couples. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro looks at how some in the industry are hoping t…
 
Brendan Slocumb spent most of his career as a performer and teacher, but this year released his first book, a mystery called "The Violin Conspiracy." The novel is a reflection of Slocumb's experience in the classical music world, where Black musicians comprise less than 2 percent of orchestras nationwide. Geoff Bennett spoke with Slocumb to learn m…
 
As long as he can remember, author Viet Thanh Nguyen has been interested in how stories about his home country of Vietnam are told in America. In his own works, including the Pulitzer-winning novel "The Sympathizer," he centers on the voices of refugees like himself. He offers his Brief But Spectacular take on writing and memory. PBS NewsHour is su…
 
Experiences with cancer captured in art describes Twist Out Cancer's Brushes with Cancer program. Kara Thomas, mixed media artist, has worked with the Brushes program for several years. Join us as we dive into what Twist Out Cancer is all about and the impact her art has had on Kara and those touched by cancer.…
 
The Mills’ non-profit cultural arm, the Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile, or CHAT, focuses on exhibitions and co-learning programmes related to woven textiles. Last year, they organised “Spinning East Asia”, inviting more than 40 artists, designe...By Radio Television Hong Kong
 
This week, we dissect Substack’s new podcast player design, talking about both the pixels and the strategic advantage of sharing craft-specific content on Twitter. In the Sidebar, we talk about the nature and risks of critiquing software as podcasters and design practitioners. Supported by: Zeplin recently shipped Flows! Flows are a fast/effortless…
 
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