Episode 4 brings me to talk with the uberly talented illustrator and muralist, David Eichenberger. David is another talent hailing from my hometown of Raleigh, NC, and merges classical children's book stylings with surrealism leanings of M.C. Esher. Listen in as he talks about how he developed his career, studied under master Fresco Painter Ben Long and stayed in Toulouse Lautrec's batchelor pad. Yes, you read that correct. Dig in! ** Y’all! Join me for the release for my show, The Pencil Pushers Podcast - celebrating the hand-drawn arts. I’ll be interviewing friends and idols in illustration, animation, comic-art, and more. - Mike Rosado https://www.instagram.com/ekimodasor/ Produced and edited by Max Trujillo Productions https://www.instagram.com/mxtrjll/
David’s artwork in posters and murals have become part of the visual landscape of Raleigh. David’s childhood was filled with backyard exploration, floating down the Neuse River, trips to the beach and camping in the mountains. His art education began at home with a family steeped in design, and continued at SCAD, Penland, & Arrowmont. All of these experience merge in David’s work as a studio artist @artspace, muralist @RaleighMuralsProject and technician @NCMA.