10 Great Twitter #ArtTips from Art Director Giuseppe Castellano

Giuseppe Castellano

Grosset & Dunlap Art Director: Giuseppe Castellano

If you are an illustrator and you are not already following Grosset and Dunlap’s Art Director Giuseppe Castellano on twitter, hurry up and do it! You will be doing yourself a huge favour.

Giuseppe Castellano frequently tweets extremely helpful advice to artists and illustrators and although he is mainly focused on children’s illustration, his twitter #ArtTips are helpful to illustrators all across the board and not only that, but whenever he reaches another follower milestone, he offers a portfolio review to one of his followers. I received one and it was very, very helpful.

I have picked a handful of my favourite #ArtTips to share with you today. If you haven’t been following his tweets fear not, twitter has a great search function so you can view them all here: Full list of Twitter #ArtTips from Giuseppe Castellano

Thank you for reading, I hope this was helpful to you. As always I’d love to hear from you! If you did find these tips useful tell your artist friends to follow Mr. Castellano as well, and if you know of other helpful tweeters in the Art/Illustration/Design/Creative industry, please drop a comment with their twitter handle.

Full list of Twitter #ArtTips from Giuseppe Castellano
Children’s Illustrator’s interview with Giuseppe Castellano

Kiri Østergaard Leonard

Award winning Illustrator, Artist and Creator Kiri Østergaard Leonard happily shares her experiences making a living as an artist and pursuing a creative life. She grew up in a tiny village in Denmark, left her country behind to pursue art in the bustle of New York City and now resides in the delightful weirdness of Austin, Texas surrounded by sunshine and felines.

1 Comment

  • Kim Tomsic

    15.11.2014 at 12:43 Reply

    Thank you for your post regarding Giuseppe Castellano, Art Director at Penguin Random House, award winning illustrator, SCBWI –I am holding an online talent auction to support students in Haiti, and Giuseppe Castellano is donating an illustrator mentorship in which he will work with an illustrator to bring one illustration from sketch to final–offering in-depth critiques at each stage (via email or on-line face-to-face platform.) Furthermore to another winning bidder, he is also donating an illustrator’s portfolio review. I would love it if you would be able to promote this information on Twitter or on your website. My website where all the auction items can be found is: http://www.kimscritiquingcorner.blogspot.com

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