Let’s talk art | With Pop-culture illustrator Dan Mumford

Let’s Talk Art with pop-culture illustrator Dan Mumford hosted by Jack Woodhams
In the first ever Let’s Talk Art video interview released, PosterSpy founder Jack Woodhams visited Dan Mumford, a prolific illustrator who has been a freelance artist since he graduated from University over a decade ago. We don’t want you to miss out on his incredible knowledge and experience with the industry, so check out this interview!

Dan has created work for some of the world’s biggest franchises including Star Wars, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Batman, and more. Aside from pop culture content, Dan has also created album covers, gig posters and t-shirts for popular bands.

During this interview, Dan talks about his freelance career, discusses the pieces of work that he’s enjoyed creating the most, and gives advice for artists looking to get their foot in the door of the industry.

To enjoy the full 18 min video, click here. If you want something lighter, you can enjoy the clipped segments down below.

So, Let’s Talk Art!

EP1 – Composition

EP2 – Set-up and Tools

EP3 – Staying Fresh

EP4 – Favorite Work

EP5 – Discovering your style

EP6 – Rough sketch to final piece

About Dan Mumford

Dan Mumford is a freelance illustrator working out of Studio 100 in central London, UK. He uses his Wacom Cintiq 22HD and Adobe Photoshop to create his illustrations.

Over the past 10 years, Dan has worked within the pop culture and music scene creating everything from album covers, branding and screenprints to new interpretations of classic film posters and albums.

Clients include Disney, Sony, Iron Maiden, Wizards of the Coast, Icon Motoports, CBS and many many bands and record labels from around the world.

Dan has had several gallery shows in America over the past few years and spoken at many festivals and events around the world, including Adobe Max, Offf Festival, Bump Festival, Various universities around the UK and more.

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