The Creative Slice Podcast
About This Show
Discover how you can succeed as an independent creative, each episode Lloyd Hofmeyr chats with inspiring artists, successful creatives and entrepreneurs who have pushed their style into an uncommon place, on how they’ve discovered their unique slice of the world, their successes and how they market themselves to help you slice out a niche for yourself in this ever changing creative landscape!
Whether it's through setting routines, packaging your work creatively, marketing yourself on social media sites like Twitter, Facebook Instagram, setting up a unique lifestyle, looking for a online course to help take your career further, getting encouraged by profitable artists, been motivated through stories by like-minded creatives, learn how to start, to finish and to work through the lows mid project. As an aspiring fulltime creator plug in to the interviews with creatives and entrepreneurs who have prospered and found happiness in their field.
Most Recent Episode
TCS 011 - Treating Your Passion as a Fulltime Job with Justin "Nomad" Badenhorst
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It's rare that an artist, however talented, get's to travel with their work for exhibiting or performing and even rarer for an artist to do it twice, the refreshing nature that Justin shares stories of travelling as both a professional drummer and a street artist made this one of the longest and most enthralling interviews I've done yet. Justin started drumming as a teenager and after returning home from fine tuning his drumming skills through a Masters in Performance in New York, he turned to graffiti as a way to relax and get more in touch with other sides of his creative life. Justin sprays under the alias "Nomad" and has a special relationship with walls and you'll hear about his unique way of finishing his pieces. Please enjoy this episode, with the talented Justin "Nomad" Badenhorst. What we chat about in this episode: Treating art as a fulltime job Unspoken rules of graffiti and how to know where to paint. How Social media changed the perception of graffiti. One trick for live performance and the importance of over exaggerating your movements. Separating your identities to build different empires- how using an alias can be more professional online. Who art belongs to- not just the owner of a piece but every person that is moved by it. Analogy of being a straw, keeping your creativity free from ego when you share with others. Links & Places mentioned in this episode: Grafitti Artist- Bias Grafitti Artist- Rasty 1st Project- "Play it to Break it" Cobus Potgieter's - Youtube channel Get in touch with Justin "Nomad" Badenhorst. Say Hey to Justin on Facebook Justin's Website JustinNomad on I