The Interview Series // 52

As a kid growing up in Mr. Gambier Celeste Potter spent her time drawing pictures and dressing up as Astro Boy. Today, she's an animation director at XYZ studios. Makes sense right? We sat down with her to find out how she made it. Junior: Hey Celeste! Tell us how you got into the cartoon business? Celeste Potter: I guess everything started with drawing. I've been drawing almost every day since I can remember. I grew up in a country town called Mt Gambier where it's all about football, ... Read More! »

The Interview Series // 53

Hey! Remember interviews? Yeah. It's been a while. But don't worry. They're back. Meet Craig Redman and Karl Maier. They're ridiculously talented creatives, originally hailing from Australia, now living in New York and London respectively, but collaborate daily to create illustrations, design, typography even film. Having exhibited across the globe, they've also worked on projects for likes like Google, Nike, Apple, Vogue and The New York Times! Lucky for us they had time to have a chin wag ... Read More! »

Ask Esther // 02

Shortly after Esther's debut we had an email from a junior illustrator needing a bit of help getting her foot in the door. She wanted to know the best way of getting into magazine illustration work and any tips on writing emails to art directors. See below for Esther's advice.. Dear Wannabe, You clearly have talent as an illustrator. Let us begin by assuming you are independently wealthy or have another income stream on which to rely. In which case by all means you should pursue ... Read More! »

JuniorTV // 04

Here at Junior we love the Internet as much as the next gaggle of square-eyed RSS-fiends, but compared to real-life, it sucks giant pear-shaped balls. You may be able to fly from tab to tab making click-leaps from Copenhagen to New York and back home again, but can you high-five new acquaintances over a beer in an authentic and hip warehouse space? No! You can't! Oh and don't you devil's advocate me Mr. Naysaying-Web-2.0-changing-the-face-of-communication-magee. I know your type and you're ... Read More! »