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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 ...
 
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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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
About this Episode George Wylesol (Web; IG) is an illustrator, designer and artist working out of Baltimore. After graduating from the Maryland Institute College of Art with an MFA in Illustration Practice in 2014, George assembled a portfolio filled with personal work that got him his first few editorial and commercial commissions. Since then, Geo…
 
26 Episode Summary In this episode, I chat with illustrator, creative director and designer Daniel Ramirez Perez about his path from being an art director working at big ad agencies to becoming a full time freelance illustrator. Show Notes: In this episode, I chat with illustrator, creative director and designer Daniel Ramirez Perez about his path …
 
About this Episode Robin Davey (IG; Web) is an animator and illustrator represented by Agent Pekka. Robin is well known for his cute bouncy characters, simple bold shapes and cheerful color palettes. His animations are full of joy and so expressive. Robin is a master at animating facial expressions and body movements in a way that doesn’t feel too …
 
Episode Summary In this episode, I chat with the animator, director and illustrator Laurie Rowan about his wonderfully addictive animations and how he got to where he is now. Show Notes: About this Episode Laurie Rowan (IG; Web) is an animator, director and illustrator based in the U.K. Laurie is well-known for his uniquely tactile pastel animation…
 
About this Episode Matthew LeBaron (Web; IG) is an agent and the founder of Much Creative, an agency that represents talented artists and creatives. After studying illustration at SVA and FTI, Matthew discovered a love for representing artists and changed his career path. He has over a decade of experience working with and representing artists and …
 
Show Notes: In this episode, I talk with illustrator Cathal Duane about freelance life, setting realistic expectations and the importance of understanding the business side of freelance illustration. About this Episode Cathal Duane (IG; Web) is an Irish illustrator based in France and represented by Usfolk. Cathal’s work is bold, modern and texture…
 
In this episode, I chat with illustrator and commercial artist Thomas Danthony about his creative career path, his beautifully pared-down work and his creative process. About this Episode Thomas Danthony (IG; Web; Shop) is a French illustrator and artist based in Barcelona and London. Thomas’ striking work uses a limited but cohesive color palette …
 
In this episode, I chat with Clay Hickson, an illustrator and the founder of Tan & Loose Press and The Smudge. We talk about Clay's path to illustration, why he keeps busy with many personal and side projects and how he works and gets inspired. About this Episode Clay Hickson (IG;Web) is an LA based illustrator and founder of the independent risogr…
 
In this episode, I talk with designers Melissa Deckert and Nicole Licht of Party of One studio about how they started collaborating, how they used personal projects to their advantage and how they create sets and props for photo-illustrations. About this Episode Party of One (Web; IG) is a collaborative studio founded and headed by Melissa Deckert …
 
Support the Show (for free) Thank you for listening to Illustration Hour. As you might know, the show currently doesn't have any sponsors. Each episode takes a tremendous amount of time, effort and some money to produce. I do all of that work myself. So, if you want to support the show, please consider doing one (or all!) of these (completely free)…
 
Support the Show Thank you for listening to Illustration Hour. As you might know, the show currently doesn't have any sponsors. Each episode takes a tremendous amount of time, effort and some money to produce. I do all of that work myself. So, if you want to support the show, please consider doing one (or all!) of these things: Subscribe to the sho…
 
In this episode, I share a strategic approach for creating a portfolio that gets you clients and attention. I answer questions like how much work should I have in my portfolio, what type of portfolio builder should I use,when should I start building a portfolio and much more. I share: Two questions you need to ask yourself before you build a portfo…
 
I talk with illustrator Peter Gamlen about what he's learned in his 8 years as a freelance illustrator, how to overcome creative crises and how to grow as an artist. Support the Show (for free) Thank you for listening to Illustration Hour. As you might know, the show currently doesn't have any sponsors. Each episode takes a tremendous amount of tim…
 
I talk with illustrator Jing Wei about her experiences moving to the US as a child, how she realized she wanted to illustrate for a living and how she got to where she is now. We talk about style, finding clients, struggling, full time jobs and believing in yourself enough to keep going. Jing also reveals her favorite New York City activity and her…
 
I talk with French illustrator Thibaud Hérem about his insanely detailed architectural drawings, how he built his creative practice and the importance of understanding the underlying philosophy behind image making and craft. Thibaud Hérem (Web ;IG) is a French illustrator based in London. Thibaud is known for his incredibly detailed and precise dra…
 
I chat with Marylou Faure about her colorful and cheeky style, her start in the world of illustration and her experience with pricing her work and negotiating with clients. Marylou Faure (IG; Web) is a French illustrator and artist based in London. Marylou is known for her colorful and playful style which has attracted big companies like Google, Sp…
 
I talk with designer Aaron Lowell Denton about how he started working for bands, what inspires him and how he manages to get so much work done. Aaron also shares some important advice about valuing your work and creativity and how he prices projects according to risk. Aaron Lowell Denton (IG; Twitter) is a designer known for his music posters and a…
 
I talk with British illustrator and animator Dan Woodger about how he got his work seen, how he learned to protect himself and his art through contracts and agents and how he pushes himself to keep learning and getting better at his craft. Dan Woodger (IG;Web;Twitter) is a freelance illustrator and animator based in Kingston, UK. You might be famil…
 
I talk with conceptual illustrator and cartoonist Leon Edler about his love of comedy, what it was like to start in the field of illustration, and how he created Room Fifty, an online business that sells high quality and carefully curated prints from the best in illustration. Leon Edler (IG; Web) is an award-winning conceptual illustrator and carto…
 
I talk with Dutch illustrator, designer and graphic artist Seb Agresti about books, learning from his creative hero, and how he plans to push himself out of his comfort zone creatively next year. Seb Agresti (Web; IG) is a Dutch illustrator, designer and graphic artist based in Rotterdam. Despite being quite new to the scene of editorial and commer…
 
In this episode of the Illustration Hour, I talk with illustrator and graphic artist Kati Szilagyi about her practice, how she got started in editorial illustration and what she recommends young illustrators do to get noticed. Kati Szilagyi (Web; IG) is a Berlin based illustrator and graphic artist. She has worked with the NYT, the New Yorker, Goog…
 
This episode is all about how visual creatives can leverage their unique talent towards building a sustainable business that doesn't rely just on commission or client work. My guest is Brad Woodard, an illustrator, and designer, co-founder of his own design studio Brave the Woods and a creative who has successfully managed to break free from the un…
 
Ever wonder exactly how art directors at big publications like the New York Times work? You're not alone. In this episode of the Illustration Hour podcast, I talked with Hannah K. Lee, Art Director for the Opinion section of the New York Times about her job, the process of editorial art direction and what she looks for when she's seeking illustrato…
 
Magoz (IG:@magoz, Website: https://magoz.is/ is a conceptual and editorial illustrator based in Malmo, Sweden. You might have seen his wonderfully minimal illustrations in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Scientific American, Wired or many other publications. Magoz also runs a blog where he writes about his experiences as an editorial i…
 
Cabeza Patata is a creative team composed of Katie Menzies and Abel Reverter. He’s a 3D artist and animator, she’s an illustrator and craftswoman. Together they are re-defining what it means to illustrate. Their illustrations are wonderfully tangible, 3D creations that look as though they are carved out of plasticine. Their clay-like characters are…
 
Greg Gunn (IG:[@gunngreg] (https://www.instagram.com/gunngreg/) WEB: https://www.ggunn.com/) is an animator, illustrator and content creator. After graduating from Otis College of Arts and Design, Greg launched a multidisciplinary animation studio called Three Legged Legs. In 2011, Greg joined the renowned design consultancy Blind to work as a crea…
 
Allison Filice (IG: @allisonfilice WEB:https://allisonfilice.com/) is a talented illustrator and designer based in San Francisco . Allison has worked with amazing publications and media outlets including the New Yorker, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, NBC, and Refinery 29. In this episode, I found out how Allison went from an illustrat…
 
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