On Design with Justyna Green podcast

On Design with Justyna Green

Justyna Green

On Design brings you insightful conversations with design's most inspiring figures - from designers to artists, creative directors to entrepreneurs and everybody in between. If you want to know what inspires them, how they work and how they see the world, this is the podcast for you.

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    Priya Khanchandani on design in the pandemic and an urgent call for diversity

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    Priya Khanchandani is the head of curatorial and interpretation at the Design Museum. Prior to her role there she worked at the V&A as well as the British Council. She also studied modern languages at the University of Cambridge and had a five-year career as a lawyer, before moving to the design industry. In our conversation, we track Priya’s career, discuss diversity in the design sector and also talk about the role of design in the pandemic and curating museum exhibitions remotely. Mentioned in the episode: Design Museum: https://designmuseum.org/ Priya’s ‘secret’ exhibition “Amy: Beyond The Stage”: https://designmuseum.org/exhibitions/amy-beyond-the-stage Design Can: https://design-can.com/ This episode was produced by Green Podcast Productions. To get new weekly On Design podcast episodes directly in your inbox, sign up to our newsletter at https://ondesignpodcast.com/newsletter.
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    Shantell Martin on drawing, belonging and being an outsider

    58:43

    Shantell Martin is a visual artist best known for her large-scale, black-and-white drawings. Shantell was born in Thamesmead in London, but she also lived and worked in Japan, where she developed her live drawing performances and she now lives and works in New York. Her artistic output is varied and ranges from murals to NFTs to collaborations with The North Face. In this conversation, we track Shantell's journey and discuss themes of belonging, being an outsider, and using creativity as a support tool. Her new exhibition Side by Side is open in London this October. Mentioned in the episode: Shantell's website: https://shantellmartin.art/ The May Room:  https://shantellmartin.art/work/the-may-room/ Side by Side exhibition: https://shantellmartin.art/news/shantell-martin-x-ben-sheppee-present-side-by-side/ This episode was produced by Green Podcast Productions. To get new weekly On Design podcast episodes directly in your inbox, sign up to our newsletter at https://ondesignpodcast.com/newsletter.
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    Manjit Thapp on storytelling, intuition and long-term projects

    45:57

    Manjit Thapp is an illustrator whose works combine traditional and digital media, and are easily recognisable for their mindful and contemplative aesthetic, with female characters often portrayed in thoughtful moments of solitude. In her works Manjit reflects on wellbeing and mental health and earlier this year she’s published her first book "Feelings: A Story in Seasons", and her solo show at the NOW Gallery in London "My Head is a Jungle" is open until the end of this month.  In this episode, Manjit shares with me her love of storytelling, intuitive ways of working with textures and colours and how to stay motivated on long-term projects. Mentioned in the episode: Manjit's website: https://manjitthapp.co.uk/ "My Head is a Jungle" at the NOW Gallery:  https://nowgallery.co.uk/exhibitions/manjit-thapp Book "Feelings: A Story in Seasons": https://shop.manjitthapp.co.uk/feelings This episode was produced by Green Podcast Productions. To get new weekly On Design podcast episodes directly in your inbox, sign up to our newsletter at https://ondesignpodcast.com/newsletter.
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    Justyna Green on gratitude, wellbeing and illustration

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    In this special episode, your host Justyna Green is interviewed by design journalist Giovanna Dunmall. Why are we turning the tables? One of the reasons is because for the past three months Justyna has been working on an illustration project called 100 Days of Gratitude, in which every day for 100 days, she illustrated gratitudes submitted by people from the creative industry. And this Saturday 18 September, the 100 Days of Gratitude opens as an exhibition during the London Design Festival. In the conversation Justyna talks about her beginnings, making her work in communications and illustration come together, ayahuasca, endometriosis, using art as a healing practice and normalising mental health conversations. Mentioned in the episode: 100 Days of Gratitude exhibition: https://www.justynagreen.com/gratitude RSVP to the Private View: https://100daysofgratitude.eventbrite.com/ 100 Days of Gratitude print shop: https://www.justynagreen.com/shop Residency: https://byresidency.com/ Animal Spirit: https://www.animal-spirits.com/ Bermondsey Mixer Co: https://bermondseymixer.co/ Bodega Bay: https://bodegabay.co.uk/ Nix & Kix: https://nixandkix.com/ This episode was produced by Green Podcast Productions. To get new weekly On Design podcast episodes directly in your inbox, sign up to our newsletter at https://ondesignpodcast.com/newsletter.
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    Ellen Turnill Montoya and Mercedes Graves-Johnston on Anyways, creative partnerships and email hoarding

    51:17

    Ellen Turnill Montoya and Mercedes Graves-Johnston are the creative duo at Anyways, a creative agency that is part of the Hudson Bec Group, which also includes It’s Nice That and Creative Lives In Progress. In our conversation, we chat about the power of partnerships, how to best collaborate with others and how to awaken our creativity again after the tough 12+ months we've all had. We also dive into Anyways’ two new projects: one which will help us generate new inspirations, and another asking us to delete our emails.   Mentioned in the episode: - Anyways website - Adobe Inspiration Generator   And by the end of the episode I also mention my 100 Days of Gratitude project - I'd love you to be part of it! You can read more about it and submit your gratitude here. This episode was presented by Justyna Green. Follow Justyna on Instagram. Production by Green Podcast Productions.   To get new weekly On Design podcast episodes directly in your inbox, sign up to our newsletter at https://ondesignpodcast.com/newsletter.
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    Emily Forgot on optimism, memories and functional art

    48:11

    Emily Forgot is an illustrator, artist and designer, with a multidisciplinary practice. In our conversation Emily discusses her love of working with design, interiors and architecture, to create experiences that are tactile, two or three-dimensional and beautifully fall into the category of functional art. She also tells me about her love of creating memories and going down the rabbit hole of design and architecture history. Our chat is also a brilliant pep-talk on following your heart and your passion, so if you feel in a need of a pick me up, and honestly who isn’t right now, then this is the chat for you, enjoy!   Mentioned in the episode: - Emily's work - Muse & Maker - Modernist Estates This episode was presented by Justyna Green. Follow Justyna on Instagram. Production by Green Podcast Productions.   To get new weekly On Design podcast episodes directly in your inbox, sign up to our newsletter at https://ondesignpodcast.com/newsletter.
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    Nicki Field on illustration and running a creative business

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    Nicki Field is the Head of Illustration at Jelly - an animation production company and illustration agency. Our conversation is particularly useful for anybody who wants to start working as an illustrator, whether you’re a fresh graduate or have worked in creative industries for a while, and want to pivot your career. We cover many practical topics, from how to find your creative voice, what kind of clients and jobs are out there for illustrators, and how to market your business. So if you think illustration is your jam, this is the episode for you.   Mentioned in the episode: - Jelly - Kelly Anna - Agents for Change This episode was presented by Justyna Green. Follow Justyna on Instagram. Production by Green Podcast Productions.   To get new weekly On Design podcast episodes directly in your inbox, sign up to our newsletter at https://ondesignpodcast.com/newsletter.
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    Andrew Tuck on Monocle and the value of cities

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    Andrew Tuck is the editor-in-chief at Monocle, a media brand publishing the leading global affairs and lifestyle magazine. It is also a 24-hour radio station, book publisher, a series of conferences, and cafes and kiosks across the world. In our conversation, Andrew shares details of his Monocle journey to date and discusses the brand’s business model and how it evolved over the years. We also dive into one of Andrew’s favourite topics – urbanism. We discuss how the Covid 19 pandemic has affected cities, how they might evolve in the months and years to come and also closer to home, Andrew shares his observations on how the past 12 months affected Monocle and its team. Mentioned in the episode: - Monocle Magazine - Monocle 24 Radio - Andrew's radio show, The Urbanist This episode was presented by Justyna Green. Follow Justyna on Instagram. Production by Green Podcast Productions.   To get new weekly On Design podcast episodes directly in your inbox, sign up to our newsletter at https://ondesignpodcast.com/newsletter.  
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    Kelly Anna on discipline, knowing yourself as an artist and motherhood

    50:47

    Kelly Anna is an artist, painter and designer, whose bold female figures and Matisse-like collage forms are very recognisable. In our conversation, we talk about Kelly Anna's work on her biggest projects to date whilst heavily pregnant, the evolution of her style and the importance of personal interests feeding into your creative work. We also dive into Kelly Anna's love of sports, and her thoughts on how artists can apply to their work the same grit and discipline that athletes would apply to their training and performance. Mentioned in the episode: - Kelly Anna's website - Kelly Anna's Paddington Square mural This episode was presented by Justyna Green. Follow Justyna on Instagram. Production by Green Podcast Productions.   To get new weekly On Design podcast episodes directly in your inbox, sign up to our newsletter at https://ondesignpodcast.com/newsletter.
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    Simone Farresin on Formafantasma and radical design

    48:15

    Simone Farresin is the co-founder of Formafantasma, a research-based design studio that investigates the ecological, historical, political and social forces shaping the discipline of design today. In our conversation, we discuss the studio’s trajectory across over a decade since its inception. We dive into the three aspects of the studio – its research work, commercial projects and work in the field of education, heading up the Geo-Design department at Design Academy Eindhoven. We also discuss the challenges and opportunities around long-term sustainable approach to design.   Mentioned in the episode: - Formafantasma's new website - Geo-Design at Design Academy Eindhoven - Cambio exhibition - Ore Streams   This episode was presented by Justyna Green. Follow Justyna on Instagram. Production by Green Podcast Productions.   To get new weekly On Design podcast episodes directly in your inbox, sign up to our newsletter at https://ondesignpodcast.com/newsletter.

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