Craft A Life You Love
In this podcast Amy Tangerine invites (mostly) women to talk about the creative life they built for themselves. If you are looking for inspiration from strong and independent women, in all creative fields, this is the podcast for you.
Amy is a scrapbook artist and a mum. In “Craft a Life You Love” she talks about life, creative work and motherhood through light and delightful conversations.
What I love most about this podcast is that it shows what real creative life looks like when you are a parent. Here you will find conversations about a healthy balance between family and work or how lucky we are to have our “hobbies” as a career or even how art can be a powerful tool. Amy is constantly showing through successful creatives how all people are able to build a life they cherish and are proud of. It’s a big source of inspiration. I don’t miss a single new episode.
Creative Pep Talk
If you are looking for a podcast full of positive energy, a podcast that will give you a lot of creative fuel and pep you up, you just found it!
Creative Pep Talk is hosted by the amazing illustrator Andy J. Pizza. If you are feeling a little down or you are not so sure where your career is going, I suggest you take some time to hear what Andy has to say. In this podcast you will find episodes about self sabotage, or how to find your creative path or even how to build your community online. In addition to that you will also find inspiring conversations with professionals in all creative fields.
I can guarantee that after one or two episodes of Creative Pep Talk you will feel completely inspired to take your creative work to the next level.
Three Points Perspective
This Podcast is hosted by 3 incredible illustrators: Jake Parker, Lee White and Will Terry. They are also the creators of the online school SVS - Society of Visual Storytelling. Three Points Perspective targets students and young illustrators that just left college. Even though I’m far away from being their target audience, I don’t miss a single episode. Each episode has a specific subject suggested by one of 3 illustrators, like “Dreaming Big”, “First illustration Jobs” and “Risky Business”. The subject is announced when the episode is already on record mode, so that makes for natural and improvised conversations. There are no scripts, no previous planning, just amazing conversations. In addition to that they are really funny, and Will Terry has an amazing soothing voice. If you are not a student, don’t be put off to listen to their podcast. Overall they talk about everything in the business, you will probably learn one or two things in each episode. If not, I can guarantee you will at least have fun.
The Woman of Illustration Podcast
The word that best describes this podcast is STRONG. Dina Rodrigues, the host, is a lettering artist, a feminist and the creator of the brand Letter Shop. Dina can be described as anything but ordinary, and the women she invites on her show think outside the box just like her.
In The Woman of Illustration you will find episodes about self-love, mental care, feminism (and a little bit of cannabis) inside the world of creative people. Besides inspiration this podcast will make you more open-minded and confident.
Spoiler alert: if you don’t like women that curse, this might not be a great fit for you. But if you are a strong woman who fights to get your voice heard, you will probably find a great community here.”