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Giuseppe Castellano talks to folks in illustration, graphic design, publishing, animation, and other creative fields about the ups and downs of their careers.

The Illustration Department Podcast Giuseppe Castellano

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Giuseppe Castellano talks to folks in illustration, graphic design, publishing, animation, and other creative fields about the ups and downs of their careers.

    Ellen Keiter

    Ellen Keiter

    Giuseppe Castellano talks to Ellen Keiter, Chief Curator of The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, about the life and work of Eric Carle, and the origin story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar; why the curation of illustration may look very different in the very near future; what illustrators should start doing today if they want their work to be in a museum tomorrow; and more.

    • 49 Min.
    Vicki Willden-Lebrecht

    Vicki Willden-Lebrecht

    Giuseppe Castellano talks to Vicki Willden-Lebrecht, CEO and Founder of The Bright Agency, about the founding of Bright, and whether or not it’s “too big”; why illustrators should be less precious about their work; and other topics.

    Vicki also answers questions from patrons of the podcast about portfolios, book-banning, AI, and more.

    • 51 Min.
    Rick Richter

    Rick Richter

    Giuseppe Castellano talks to Rick Richter, Literary Agent and Senior Partner at Aevitas Creative Management, about the early days of Rick’s publishing career, including the co-founding of Candlewick; what made the late, great Ian Falconer so special; why providing comparison titles (or comp titles) when querying agents is a waste of time; and more.

    • 43 Min.
    Janine Vangool

    Janine Vangool

    Giuseppe Castellano talks to Janine Vangool, publisher, editor, and designer of UPPERCASE magazine about the origins and vision of UPPERCASE; why going your own way as a creative is usually the right way; why you should take a walk and a breath before you respond to a rejection; and more.

    • 44 Min.
    Darrel Rees

    Darrel Rees

    Giuseppe Castellano talks to illustrator, author of “How To Be An Illustrator”, and founder of Heart, Darrel Rees about why he chose to form an illustration agency; why—when it comes to creating an illustration—good enough is pretty good; how illustrators can best communicate with agents and clients; and more.

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    Melissa Sweet

    Melissa Sweet

    Giuseppe Castellano talks to illustrator, author, and Maine Master Naturalist, Melissa Sweet about the “convoluted” beginning of her children’s book career; why it’s a good idea for illustrators to care just a little less about their work; why all you need is a color wheel and a complement when it comes to working with color; and more.

    • 47 Min.


5,0 von 5
4 Bewertungen

4 Bewertungen

joe.bx ,

High quality edutainment

There aren’t that many illustration-podcasts out there and I found this one way too late. It has become my new favourite really fast though.

Loved every episode so far. The guests are entertaining and give a lot of knowledge and insights and - what i personally love with a podcast - the audio quality is super well balanced and Giuseppe‘s voice is really nice to listen to.

EstherM ,

Love the guests

I really enjoy listening to this podcast. Interesting conversations with inspirational guests

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