"You may be the best designer/illustrator in the world, but if no one sees your work, you won’t get commissioned," says veteran artist Rod Hunt.
By Heather Ann Snodgrass
Many of us tend to shy away from confrontation, but the upside of disagreement is that it forces teams to explore the full range of possible solutions.
By Behance Team
Digital art wunderkind Chuck Anderson started his design career in his parents' basement. And, despite much success, he's still all about the hustle.
Jiae Kim and John Lee talk about the launch of their magazine, Theme, and discuss inspiration as a motivator toward action.
We talk with Sao Paulo-born designer Ale de Carvalho about breaking away from trends and trusting your intuition.
We chat with emerging filmmaker Justin Lerner about the primary importance of good communication in film and saying "no" to yes men.
Having the idea is only the smallest part of making an idea happen. We look at the other 99% -- lots and lots of perspiration.
Elizabeth Manos-Brickey of Hero Design Studio discusses leaving the comfort of the big-agency world for her own start-up venture.
Book cover artist Vladimir Zimakov talks about collaboration, orchestration, and illustration as a war against the blank page.