Kim interviews Rachel Hazell “The Travelling Bookbinder” about artist books.
Inspirational art making interviews with artists, makers, manufacturers, and retailers of art supplies.
Kim interviews Rachel Hazell “The Travelling Bookbinder” about artist books.
Ana interviews Vito Grippi and Gabe Dunmire, the co-founders of Story Supply Co, and we announce our Patreon.
Liz Steel talks about becoming an urban sketcher, journalling her life, and teaching art.
An episode featuring artist Nick Stewart. It’s all about making art using the unique properties of fountain pen inks. Shading, sheening, chromatography, and bleach. Also, how we plan to get involved in Inktober 2018.
An interview with Jen Saunders of Larry Post – an art supply and stationery retailer near Sydney Australia on a mission to get people sketching and painting outdoors.
We announce the return of the podcast, talk about the new format, the new discussion forum, and all the other developments at Art Supply Posse.
We interview Brad Dowdy of the Pen Addict Podcast and say goodbye to Art Supply Posse, at least for now.
Kathy shares her origin story and generously turns off her air conditioner for the recording.
Kathy guests on a fabulous new podcast and Heather learns to put paint on her face.
Kathy and Heather make plans to learn more about New Mexico, and Kathy chats about making art with kids.
Kathy is trapped in a theater and Heather talks about her history with photography.
Heather is in Chicago and Art Supply Posse is back.
Heather is in between apartments and Kathy talks about her history with photography.
Heather and Kathy talk about their eventful weekends. Kathy has been traveling, and Heather is getting ready for a move.
Kathy and Heather get back on the horse after a couple weeks of sickness and exhausting road trips to chat about lots of mini topics and the April 2017 ArtSnacks box.
Heather and Kathy channel their inner middle school girls to talk about kitty cats, birthday parties, and gel pens.
Heather and Kathy discuss the fundamentals of human color perception and the history of color reproduction in dyes and pigments.
Kathy and Heather review critical follow up on weather and cats. ⛈ 😺 Also, Kathy gives a 101 lesson in the history of paintbrush manufacturing and a review of all their modern shapes and sizes.
Kathy and Heather catch up on some cat and weather related topics before discussing gauche.
Heather isn't sick anymore, Kathy launches a picture book Kickstarter, and we all learn a little bit about marsupials.
Kathy and Heather chat about pink Apple watches, share their heart beats with each other, and discuss the tools and processes used in early Disney animation.
Heather and Kathy catch up on a week full of art supply news before discussing drawing tablets and veering off into a healthy tangent about Harry Potter spoiler policies.
Join Heather and Kathy to talk about Printmaking. Well, Heather talks about it and Kathy has some thoughts as well.
This week, Heather and Kathy talk about pen pals, listener submitted creative spaces, and making signs for the Womens March.
This week, Heather and Kathy talk about art journaling, the ArtSnacks January box, and Heather's upcoming trip to San Diego. Plus a tiny person Kathy knows pretty well makes a surprise appearance.
This week, Heather and Kathy talk about Mail Art, how it works, some links to other things and what awesomeness it creates.
This week Heather is joined by Kathy Campbell to discuss end of year reflections and artistic ambitions for 2017. This is the last episode of 2016; Art Supply Posse will return on January 11th.
Comic book artist, family man and all-around good guy Mike Hawthorne kept Heather and I laughing with his wit and wisdom this week. Mike illustrates the wonderfully bawdy Marvel comic book Deadpool and our conversation may also include some PG-13 language.
We spend this week trying to describe bookbinding basics using hand gestures and rattling tools you can't see. So we've got lots of links to videos to help illustrate our points. We also talk about the best basic tools for booksbinding like paper, string and pointy things. All super technical.
We round up our favorite gift ideas to get you and your favorite artist inspired for 2017.
This week Heather and I get a little goofy with the charming and effervescent illustrator, and lettering artist Kathy Weller. We talk about ugly sketches, Wacom tablets and CINTIQs and some of our favorite art supplies too.
This week, we fly by the seat of our pants and talk a bit about creative work spaces, follow-up and Ana's love for Jaime Hernandez and Mary Blair. No judgement.
This week fellow Hallmark designer Hannah Carey helps us learn the ins and outs of Copic markers.
This week we are joined by Bob Atkins from Skylab Letterpress to talk about letterpress printing and the somewhat circuitous route to finding your calling.
Ana and Heather are back from their trips out east. Heather corners Ana and asks lots of questions about bookmaking.
This week we discuss our Inktober projects, Big Magic, Learn-to-Draw books and reader feedback. We pour it all in, add ice, a dash of bitters, shake, and garnish with a lime. We serve it up in a Collins glass with snacks and a bowl of links.
In our first week of Inktober, we dive in with fountain pens for drawings. Want to swim in the inky sea with us?
Rock n' roll and pop culture artist, Joey Feldman shares his origin story, how he met his mentor and what's on his utility belt. Batteries to power, turbines to speed... ready to move out!
This week, take two. Lettering 101, a little Upping, and some Inktober Spoilers. We discuss the difference between lettering, calligraphy and typography and then I stick a nib in my mouth. The things I do for art.
This week we chat with YouTube art supply reviewer and artist and art enabler Marty Owings of Owings Art who inspired and entertained us with his velvety voice and enthusiasm for all things creative.
Pushing our color agenda for another episode with limited palettes, artists we love and some newsy bits to make your head spin.
Ana is back from the SF Pen Show with a gravelly voice, we talk about color theory and Heather thinks Pantone are just little "chippy things".
This week we talk about back-to-school rituals, the smell of fresh pencils and do a little follow-up about the A-word. Not our most art supply-centric episode – we'll be back in our 1-subject notebooks next week.
We start out this week, nerding out with Harry Potter and KC Comicon and then we tackle the serious topic of, if and when, we call ourselves "artists."
A little news, a little follow-up, and our last colored pencil segment, the weirdos, the misfits, and the ones that defy category.
We take a plunge with water soluble colored pencils, we host our first giveaway and do a little fangirling.
The first in a new on-going series about colored pencils. This week we discuss wax- and oil-based colored pencil ad nauseum.
This week we host our first interview with artist, illustrator and educator, Maura Cluthe. Meanwhile, Heather recovers from camping crud and Ana works too much.
This week we discuss surviving bullying, being brave and a backlog of follow-up.
Part Two in our on-going series on markers. This week we discuss brush pens plus Heather gets her first "big girl" pan watercolor set and we try to figure out the difference between pigment, dye and ink.
This week we cover a fair bit of follow-up, answer our first #askasp questions, and dive into the first part of our multi-part series on markers, starting with fineliners. And we got a theme song!
Heather and Ana start their first week of "art camp" and talk about online art classes, creative workshops, and how to make time for art.
Today we talk about portable pan watercolors, the perfect supply for painting on the go.
We start off with the most basic building block for making art, the sketchbook.
Just a quick episode to kick-off our podcast and tell you a little bit about who we are and what this show will be about, even though we didn't have a name when we started. Thanks for tuning in!