Art for the Glory of God: An Interview with Ned Bustard

April 3, 2013 — Leave a comment

In this episode I interview Ned Bustard, author, illustrator, artist, and all around ultra-cool guy.

Ned Bustard is the owner of an illustration and graphic design firm called World’s End Images. He is on staff with CIVA, on the board of ASCHA, and the creative director for Square Halo Books, for whom he edited the book It Was Good: Making Art to the Glory of GodIn his spare time he does printmaking. He and his wife have three daughters and live in Lancaster, PA.

Here are the links Ned mentions in the podcast.

Graphic Design:

Publishing Co:




Kids Book:


Amazon author page:

My Blockprints:

Ted Prescott:

My art book:

(the sequel comes out this year–it is about Music to the glory of God):


I dont know anything about art and faith, what should I read first?:

Art for God’s Sake: A Call to Recover the Arts, by Philip Graham Ryken

Texas Artist of the Year 2012:


Reformed T-shirts:

My favorite new book that changed my life this year but wasn’t made by me:

Imagining the Kingdom: How Worship Works (Cultural Liturgies), by James K.A. Smith

My historical fiction/nautical novel:


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Brian Fletcher