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On Design brings you insightful conversations with design's most inspiring figures - from designers to artists, creative directors to entrepreneurs and everybody in between. If you want to know what inspires them, how they work and how they see the world, this is the podcast for you.

On Design Justyna Green

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    • 4.8 • 39 Ratings

On Design brings you insightful conversations with design's most inspiring figures - from designers to artists, creative directors to entrepreneurs and everybody in between. If you want to know what inspires them, how they work and how they see the world, this is the podcast for you.

    Lonneke Gordijn on Studio Drift, technology and nature

    Lonneke Gordijn on Studio Drift, technology and nature

    Lonneke Gordijn is a designer, artist and co-founder of Studio Drift. Studio Drift is an artist collective that explores the boundaries of technology, art and nature. Some of their most popular works include the Fragile Future sculpture which features light-emitting dandelions and the Franchise Freedom installation that consists of an autonomously flying swarm of hundreds of drones. In our conversation, we discuss Lonneke’s design philosophy, her thoughts on nature, technology and the human experience.
     
    See Lonneke's work at www.studiodrift.com.
    This episode was presented by Justyna Green. Follow Justyna on Instagram. Production by Green Podcast Productions.
     
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    • 46 min
    Levon Sharrow on Patagonia, Nike and design with a purpose

    Levon Sharrow on Patagonia, Nike and design with a purpose

    Levon Sharrow is the interactive creative director at Patagonia. We start our conversation by discussing the design process and the role of tools, imagination and storytelling. Levon also reflects on his time at Nike, before he joined Patagonia, and found his personal true north. We dive into Patagonia’s vision, the company culture and some of the recent projects, raising awareness of important environmental issues and through design work, making a difference.
     
     
    See Leevon's work at www.leeevon.com and the Blue Heart project at blueheart.patagonia.com.
    This episode was presented by Justyna Green. Follow Justyna on Instagram. Production by Green Podcast Productions.
     
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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Malika Favre on freedom, shaping your career and always making your best work

    Malika Favre on freedom, shaping your career and always making your best work

    Malika Favre is a French artist currently based in Barcelona. Malika’s works are incredibly popular thanks to their instantly recognisable style which focuses on light, shadow and the negative space to create bold yet minimal works.
    In our conversation Malika talks about her love for both maths and the arts, she recalls her move to London, the start of her career at Airside and her first freelance alphabet project. We also dive deep into Malika’s philosophy around freedom and creativity with plenty of advice on how to follow your heart and shape a fulfilling creative career.
     
    See Malika's work at www.malikafavre.com


    This episode was presented by Justyna Green. Follow Justyna on Instagram. Music and production support by James Green. 
     
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    • 53 min
    Andy J Pizza and Ryan Appleton on Co-loop, the artist-forward approach and the original influencers

    Andy J Pizza and Ryan Appleton on Co-loop, the artist-forward approach and the original influencers

    Andy J Pizza and Ryan Appleton are the co-founders of Co-Loop – a new artist management agency. You’ll also know Andy J Pizza from his chart-topping Creative Pep Talk podcast. In our conversation, Andy and Ryan talk to us about building a community of creatives centred around their values of collaboration and diversity of ideas. They also share their thoughts on the importance of exploring your artistic voice, how artists are the original influencers, and how “the rising tide raises all ships”.
     
    Head over to the Co-Loop website: www.co-loop.co
    Co-Loop's Podcast Network: www.co-loop.co/podcasts
    Creative Pep Talk podcast: www.creativepeptalk.com
     
    This episode was presented by Justyna Green. Follow Justyna on Instagram. Music and production support by James Green. 
     
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    • 48 min
    Antonia Bonello on Buzzfeed, 8-bit animation and individuality

    Antonia Bonello on Buzzfeed, 8-bit animation and individuality

    Antonia Bonello is the Associate Creative Director at BuzzFeed UK. She’s also well known for her retro 8-bit animation. In fact, her passion for it, got her hired at Buzzfeed, after a freelance commission to picture Game of Thrones’ 14 most brutal deaths – as cute 8-bit animation – has gone viral.
    In our conversation, Antonia brilliantly shares the ups and downs she faced growing up, her time at Central Saint Martins, and how she ended up working on a set of Tim Burton's Frankenweenie. We also discuss the importance of personal projects and staying true to yourself, Antonia's process of getting into 8-bit animation and her work at Buzzfeed UK.
     
    See Antonia's Game Of Thrones’ 14 Most Brutal Deaths, As 8-Bit GIFs here.
    Listen to Antonia's TED talk (it's brilliant!) here.
     
    This episode was presented by Justyna Green. Follow Justyna on Instagram. Music and production support by James Green. 
     
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    • 51 min
    James Turner on Greenpeace, Glimpse and having a positive vision of the future

    James Turner on Greenpeace, Glimpse and having a positive vision of the future

    James Turner is the co-founder of Glimpse – a collective which believes that creativity can be used for more than just selling stuff. In our conversation, we discuss some of Glimpse’s campaigns such as the launch of Choose Love physical stores, which sold essential items to help refugees across the world and a Kickstarter campaign that saw every single advert in a London tube station replaced with pictures of cats – with an underlying social cause. James also reflects on his time before Glimpse, heading up communications for Greenpeace UK and he highlights the importance of creativity in shaping a positive vision of the future.
     
    This episode was presented by Justyna Green. Follow Justyna on Instagram. Music and production support by James Green. 
     
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    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
39 Ratings

39 Ratings

Scott_Jadey ,

Must-listen Podcast for creatives

On Design is a wonderfully relaxed and incredibly informed podcast that traverses the spectrum of design. Every guest brings something new and insightful and Justyna deftly guides them through the episode with genuine interest and an authentic voice as its host. Always natural, often learning new things, I always look forward to the next ep!

RhinoTMT ,

Wonderful podcast

Find the design conversation on this podcast fascinating. I now listen regularly.

Tiernan Hughes ,

IMO, the best Design Podcast you can listen to.

This is genuinely one of the most engaging and relevant podcasts for anyone working within the Design Industry or who just has an Interest in design and creativity.

The dynamic range of guests from all creative mediums (architects, illustrators, curators) provides a varied range of insights and little wisdoms that are exactly what designers of all typologies can utilise to remain engaged, to learn and to grow as creatives.

Additionally, Justyna’s own intelligent yet relaxed conversational style serves to create organic, productive episodes that bring out the best in her guests.

All in all, Justyna has successfully created my all-time favourite podcast on Design.

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