The Creative Voyage Podcast features long-form interviews with some of the world's most inspiring creative professionals revealing the stories that shaped their lives and careers, plus actionable strategies to help you take your mindset and skills to the next level. The show's host is Mario Depicolzuane, an internationally acclaimed graphic designer, art director, and consultant who has worked with clients such as Kinfolk Magazine, MENU, and Sonos.
On Type Design, Work Routines, and Self-Development with Pauline Le Pape (E21)
This episode is dedicated to Pauline Le Pape, a type designer and art director based in Amsterdam. We cover topics such as Pauline’s advice to young professionals, the importance of meditation and walks in her work routines, managing finances, including critical mindsets and budget negotiation tips, typography and type design, challenges she’s experiencing at the moment, and much more.
Becoming a Sought-After Architect With Andreas Martin-Löf (E20)
This episode is dedicated to Andreas Martin-Löf, an architect and a founder of Andreas Martin-Löf Arkitekter, an architectural practice based in Stockholm, Sweden. We cover topics such as Andreas’ approach to architecture, the advice he would give to young architects, challenges he encountered so far—including dealing with job burnout—the importance of embracing opportunities, his work routines, the value of beauty, and being brave, and much more.
On Designing Visual Identities, Independent Publishing, and Longevity With Tony Brook (E19)
This episode is dedicated to Tony Brook, the co-founder and creative director of a British design studio SPIN and an independent publishing venture Unit Editions. We cover topics such as independent publishing, lessons he learned early in his career, SPIN's organization as a design studio, their process for designing visual identity systems, and much more.
On Experience Design, Growth, and Working at Airbnb With Tin Kadoić (E18)
This episode is dedicated to Tin Kadoić, an experience designer. We cover topics such as his experience of working at Airbnb, different career paths in such organizations, the power of sharing your knowledge, professional lessons he learned so far, and much more.
Becoming a Freelance Journalist With Pip Usher (E17)
This episode is dedicated to Pip Usher, a freelance writer. We cover topics such as advice for writers who are just starting, tips on how to improve our writing skills, what makes a good interview, challenges of being a freelance journalist, the influence of recent motherhood to her work, and much more.
The Importance of Hard Work and Perseverance With Jonathan Chmelensky (E16)
This episode is dedicated to Jonathan Chmelensky, a professional dancer. We cover topics such as the importance of hard work, challenges of being a professional dancer working today, the ways to keep being engaged with our craft, how to tackle the hard moments on our professional path, and much more.