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You don’t want to be bored by your music or find entertainment on the Internet that you aren’t interested in on your way to work, school, or university. We are here to save you. We searched the web for inspiration and quality content that would allow us to learn something new while having fun. We have compiled a list of the best graphic design podcasts. We share them with all of you to help you find the inspiration you need.
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- List of the Best Graphic Design Podcasts
List of the Best Graphic Design Podcasts
Art for your ears by Danielle Krysa Illustrators, designers, and other contemporary artists meet Danielle Krysa to discuss their experiences in the creative industry, their work processes, and their inspirations.
This podcast, created by Ben Tallon (a British illustrator), has quickly become a favorite of many who want to transform their creativity. Ben Tallon interviews other creatives with great humor and asks them to share their creative secrets.
This podcast is a wide-ranging one that talks about both the business and creative sides of the industry. Andy J. Miller will show you how to do what you love, without having to die trying.
It is one of the most popular podcasts. It explores everything from the history and design of the Mexico 68 Olympics. There is no topic too dark or unrelated. 99% Invisible can find a design thread on any topic.
This podcast is hosted by Neal Pann and Evan Troxel twice per month. It covers all things interior design and architecture. They focus as much on the field itself as the design.
A Podcast about Design. Each episode features an interview with someone who is influential in the design world, such as architects, interiors, fashion, interiors, or furniture.
This podcast is dedicated to global fashion, furniture, and architecture. It explores each topic and how it intersects with other topics Monocle covers, such as transportation and politics. Example: From a design perspective, what it’s like to live in Brasilia.
Debbie Millman started recording Design Matters in 2005. Design Matters hosts come from many disciplines. You can choose episodes by category on this website. There are more than 200 episodes.
About Buildings and Cities focuses on architecture and urban landscapes. It explores topics like the Barbican Estate and the buildings of Aldo Rossi. There are deep dives into Le Corbusier and Michelangelo.
Jarrett Fuller hosts Scratching the Surface. This podcast is about design and the intersection of critique and practice. It features interviews with designers, critics, educators, and writers.