Category: Interviews

Promotion Ideas that Work, from 9 Varied Creative Pros

With so many platforms now available to us, we are lucky to have so many options when it comes to getting our work seen by the right audience. But as some strategies will obviously be more effective than others, we wanted...

/ June 1, 2016

How an Emphasis on ‘Deep Empathy’ Helped a Musician Build a Successful Creative Agency

Satellite Office is an artist management and creative services agency founded by Erik Attkisson, now coming up to 10 years in the business. Since their launch in 2006, they have continued to succeed and evolve, adding photography to their lineup last...

/ April 12, 2016

How a Death Metal Rocker Built a World Renowned Graphic Design Company

Radim Malinic is a good friend of mine who consistently amazes me with his ability to produce things of true quality. I suppose this is less of a surprise when you consider that his main philosophy is to focus on...

/ April 6, 2016

Lessons Learned Building Photo Booth Business: ‘PhotoBot.Co’, with Adam Kemeny

Editor’s note: this is a post written by contributor: Philip Dennis. Rigorous planning and thoughtful preparation often seems like the safest course, but in designer and Photobot.Co creator Adam Kemény’s experience, it can also create barriers to moving ahead. Photobot.Co creates custom photo...

/ March 23, 2016

18 Top Illustrators Tell Us Their Biggest Ideas on How to be Successful

Looking to those who have successfully found their way to where we are currently trying to navigate can provide an invaluable guide to avoiding the steep drops and dead ends that often come up to blindside us. There is never...

/ March 1, 2016

An Interview with ‘Intern’ Magazine Creator Alec Dudson

While intern has established itself as an invaluable platform for young creative talent both with its content and ethical perspective, it’s an ongoing discussion which resides in its foundations. When Alec Dudson launched the publication, he did so with the...

/ February 24, 2016

Creative Director Shane Griffin on Finding Big Success Through Design Competitions

Above: SneakerBall sculpture for Nike. Shane Griffin was an ‘ADC Young Guns 10’ winner in 2012 and also returned as a judge for the following three years after. As someone who has sat on both sides of the panel, we thought it’d...

/ January 27, 2016

Fast Cars and Photographs with an Adventurous Steffen Jahn

For Steffen Jahn, embarking on a new project may not only mean tightening the straps on his camera bag, but making an excursion into an unfamiliar and challenging environment. In our interview, he gives us his invaluable insight into the intrepid and blink-of-an-eye niche...

/ January 19, 2016

Beach London’s Evolution and Becoming a Creative Laboratory

Editor’s note: Red Lemon Club, thanks to the help of Philip Dennis, now do interview features to reveal insight into the success of various creative individuals and brands around the world. Beach London is a gallery that has evolved various...

/ January 11, 2016