13 episodes

Works In Process is a series of conversations with creative individuals that explore the evolution and technique behind their latest projects— highlighting, exploring and possibly demystifying the creative process. This podcast is a way to discover, and really uncover the creative process that goes behind the work that creatives do. I speak to designers, artists, writers, and other types of creative individuals to discuss their process. Through hopeful candid conversations, I want to highlight the guests that I talk to. It is the way they work and their projects that inspired me. As a culture, we are so quick to like, heart, share, and /or comments on creativity these days, that we sometimes don't sit back and appreciate the real work—the process— that goes into any creative solution. I hope to maybe change that—slowly. We as creatives are never finished, it is always a work in process.

Works In Process George Garrastegui, Jr.

    • Visual Arts

Works In Process is a series of conversations with creative individuals that explore the evolution and technique behind their latest projects— highlighting, exploring and possibly demystifying the creative process. This podcast is a way to discover, and really uncover the creative process that goes behind the work that creatives do. I speak to designers, artists, writers, and other types of creative individuals to discuss their process. Through hopeful candid conversations, I want to highlight the guests that I talk to. It is the way they work and their projects that inspired me. As a culture, we are so quick to like, heart, share, and /or comments on creativity these days, that we sometimes don't sit back and appreciate the real work—the process— that goes into any creative solution. I hope to maybe change that—slowly. We as creatives are never finished, it is always a work in process.

    Armin Vit — It's not about you.

    Armin Vit — It's not about you.

    My chat with Armin Vit of Under Consideration LLC. We discuss growing up in Mexico City, why the blog Brand New came into existence and how the spinoff called First Rounds started at the perfect time.

    • 1 hr
    wipXtra: Dearest Creative

    wipXtra: Dearest Creative

    This Xtras is from my conversation with Dearest Creative. We go a little deeper of how they started their own company and some of the things they figured out along the way. Their dedication to the brand is what drives them and keeps them moving forward. So enjoy and just take a listen

    Xtras are mini-episodes that are unedited and uncut snippets of conversations I've had with my guests.

    • 12 min
    Dearest Creative — Being honest, truthful, and ...

    Dearest Creative — Being honest, truthful, and ...

    In this episode, I talk to the founders of [Dearest Creative](https://dearestcreative.co). Kori and Kerstin are Designers, Art Directors who started their creative studio after being in the corporate world for over 10 years. They focus on fashion, culture, and lifestyle, and their devotion to their clients is evident in the work they choose to produce.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    wipXtra w/ Dr. Fahamu Pecou

    wipXtra w/ Dr. Fahamu Pecou

    In this Xtra, we listen to my episode 08 guest Fahamu's journey to becoming a Ph.D. and why this has always been something on his mind.
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    Xtras are mini-episodes that are unedited and uncut snippets of conversations I've had with my guests. They are additional audio that never made it into the episode or we're just a little bit too long and were cut down for clarity. After re-listening, I created this format as a great way to share more quality guest insight.

    • 18 min
    Dr. Fahamu Pecou - Visual Rope-a-Dope

    Dr. Fahamu Pecou - Visual Rope-a-Dope

    On comparing yourself to others:
    "a lot of young artists get frustrated when they can’t sell their work for what other well-established artists are selling work for. Then they feel like they failed and give up. You have to be tenacious. You have to persevere. You have to pace your self."

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Nick Misani — Celebrating the details

    Nick Misani — Celebrating the details

    In this episode, I met up with Penguin Books, Mucca Design, and Fili Ltd. alum Nick Misani. Nick has been honing his typographic skills by designing decorative book covers and digging into the history books to learn more from historical references—this has led him to the successful side project called Fauxsacis.

    • 1 hr 6 min

Customer Reviews

korianndyer ,

Co-Founder, Dearest Creative

Incredible series dedicated to showcasing artists of all kinds from all over. As a designer, I love hearing about different creative experiences and initiatives while gaining knowledge on how to keep growing myself. I can't pick just one favorite episode because I love them all!

marcmariusmueller ,

Insightful, relatable, well-rounded

This podcast is an excellent take on getting a closer look at creatives' processes and journeys. The host does a great job interviewing his guests and gently steering the conversation, without being overly dominant or interrupting his guests. The pacing of the episodes makes listening to it very easy and enjoyable — the initial icebreaker at the beginning of each episode helps the host and his guests just as much as the listener to ease into each new guests personal journey. Beyond that, the production quality is remakrably high for a new podcast.

Personal favorites include the #tinyartdirector and learning about the initial meeting between ep 4 guest David Soto and the host. It is the connection between the host and his guests that make these annecdotes so believable and enjoyable to listen to.

guru ,

I like it. I want to hear more.

I was able to take a quick listen, and so far it like it. It is really good to hear how other creative arrive at their work. I want to hear what other guests he has on to learn from different perspectives.

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