Interview with Creative Entrepreneurs Ghostly Ferns
Meet a team of creative entrepreneurs from Brooklyn NYC.
Interview with Katja Ollendorff
Katja Ollendorf is a pattern designer who creates colorful and fresh designs inspired by a global cultural perspective.
Interview with Digital Artist Mark Klink
Glitch Art pioneer Mark Klink talks about his process and the artists who inspire him.
Interview with Ian Barnard
Master calligrapher Ian Barnard talks about his process for creating his distinctive typographic work by hand.
The Life of a Piece: Interview with Rebecca Hannon
Rebecca Hannon talks about her distinct, vibrant, and unexpected jewelry designs.
Interview with Christo Allegra
Interview with artist, programmer, and data visualization explorer Christo Allegra.
Interview with Illustrator Max Hancock
We talk with illustrator Max Hancock about life, work, and happiness.
Michael Bierut on avoiding Comic Sans, being terrified of Emojis, and why flea markets teach design better than museums
Hailed as “the man who shattered Saks Fifth Avenue’s fusty insignia and created Hillary Clinton’s controversial campaign logo,” by …
Profile of a Painter: An Interview with Dan May
An interview with artist Dan May about his dreamlike narrative paintings.
Profile of a Digital Marketer: Matty Steinkamp
Our in-depth interview with Sundawg Media founder Matty Steinkamp about creating compelling media in the valley of the sun.
Profile of a Photographer: Lina Skukauskė
We interview distinguished artists and designers to explore their work.
Profile of a Book Designer: Carol Chu
Our in-depth interview with Carol Chu about the enduring magic of book design.
Molly Ampersand: Part 2
Welcome back! If you’re just joining us now, we are talking with Molly Ampersand, a graphic designer and font designer …
Molly Ampersand: Part 1
Do you ever see a font on a shopping bag or advertisement in the mall and recognize the font? Ever …
What’s Cooking in HTML5?
Web technology author and Sessions College department head Christopher Schmitt talks with us about his latest O’Reilly book, the HTML5 …