CraftyPod 2.0: Finding Your Creative Mission, with Jeffery Rudell
All images by Jeffery Rudell, used with permission.
In this podcast, I talk with Jeffery Rudell, a paper artist who creates beautiful and unexpected things from this ephemeral material. You may have seen some of Jeff's work - he's done paper constructions for large brands, and he's built paper props for national magazines. He's done paper-sculpted window displays for Tiffany & Company, and he has a wonderful archive of paper tutorials over on CraftStylish. He also has a book of Halloween silhouettes that just came out.
Jeff approaches his work from a true sense of mission, and that's what our interview is about. How does an artist arrive at what his or her creative mission is? Once you know what your mission is, how does that change the way you work - and what you make? And how is a creative mission different from a business plan?
Jeff is also an extraordinarily articulate person with great ideas on the nature of creativity. I think you'll enjoy hearing him speak as much as I did.
Podcast Length: 39:40
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