30 episodes

The Creative Brick Road is a podcast dedicated to celebrating today's creative individuals.

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    • Arts
    • 5.0 • 7 Ratings

The Creative Brick Road is a podcast dedicated to celebrating today's creative individuals.

    Tom Velez (Illustrator / Designer)

    Tom Velez (Illustrator / Designer)

    Tom Velez is an illustrator and graphic designer from New York City and now based out of Austin, Texas. He's worked in the entertainment industry for a little over a decade. Tom has worked across multiple industries such as video games, television, and publishing for companies like Rolling Stone, New York Magazine, AMC's The Walking Dead, and Vulture. He is well known on social media for his Marvel/DC fan art and is currently building his own two IPs, 123KILL and Harambo. 

    • 42 min
    Pashur (Illustrator / Body Paint Artist)

    Pashur (Illustrator / Body Paint Artist)

    Pashur is an award-winning illustrator and world-renowned body paint artist known as the “Picasso of Body Painting”.  With an impressive client list and amazing work, Pashur is an artist in demand. His graphic design background lends itself to both of his artistic crafts – whether it’s traveling the world doing body painting or sitting in his pajamas at home in Los Angeles drinking coffee while working on his digital illustrations. He is currently dreaming of pizza – and wondering what tomorrow’s adventure will be.

    • 40 min
    John Douglas (Artist / Drummer - Rock and Roll)

    John Douglas (Artist / Drummer - Rock and Roll)

    Music and art. These are the two passions that John Douglas has enjoyed, pursued, and juggled his entire life. Being an accomplished drummer and artist he ultimately combined them and began painting and customizing drums and guitars for many of the biggest rock bands on the planet…Aerosmith, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Guns N’ Roses, Pantera, Maná, Van Halen and ZZ Top to name just a few, all while writing music and performing with various bands himself.

    • 42 min
    Sharon Sayegh (Artist - Imaginative Realism)

    Sharon Sayegh (Artist - Imaginative Realism)

    Populated within the natural environment, Sharon's paintings are filled with female figures, animals, birds and nature coalescing to emerge and transcend to a spiritual realm through symbolism and allegory. She received her BA from University of Pennsylvania and attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. She exhibits widely and her work is in many private collections in the US and abroad. Sharon resides in a home situated in a forest in New Jersey with her husband, dog and lots of forest critters.

    • 18 min
    S.M. Chavez (Artist - Southwest)

    S.M. Chavez (Artist - Southwest)

    Walking a thin line between the old and the new, contemporary Western painter Sean Michael Chavez depicts his vision of the southwest in a pallet of soothing grays and mid-range value keys. His unique vision of the west nods to the past as well as to the future of where western landscape painting is headed. His exceptional design aesthetic places his work well within the spectrum of the best the genre has to offer and often partakes in museum shows across the US. In addition to the seasonal museum shows his work can be found year round at Acosta Strong Fine Art on the legendary Canyon Road in Santa Fe New Mexico. 

    • 24 min
    Joey Kinstler (Digital Designer)

    Joey Kinstler (Digital Designer)

    Joey Kinstler is an award-winning designer and illustrator based in Madison WI. His craft includes creating websites, brands, wrap designs and even medical illustration. Joey’s experience spans across multiple industries, is raw and always infused with creativity - with only one mission: to make you more awesome! 

    • 25 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Gallerychaos ,

Fantastic View Into Artist’s Minds

I first got interested in this podcast when a fellow artist/friend was a guest and now I’m hooked! It’s so interesting and I just love the way the interviewer delves into the artist’s inspirations, process, and style. It’s great to listen to whenever I have a little “painter’s block” and it really inspires me.

haskinscustom ,

A wonderful resource!

This has been a great source of advice and enjoyment for me as an artist and teacher. The material covers tips for beginners and it’s great to hear from new emerging artists. The language is school appropriate and would be a great addition to an art class.

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