This week’s BOTW takes a look at a series of photographs that depicts everyday objects in an unusual way, shares the results of different people’s perceptions of famous logos and a peek at this year’s winners of the British Wildlife Photography Award. Enjoy!
After Weinstein, Louis CK and Kevin Spacey, Broadly asks if this could be the dawn of an actual cultural shift. (Jenny)
Studio Pizza has produced a zine in tribute to the late Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington. With You is a reflection on the life and work of the Nu-metal pioneer and profits from sales will be donated to The Samaritans. (Owen)
A look at the ways in which Jean-Michel Basquiat attacked the lack of film roles for black talent in his works. (Beccy)
Between 1897 and 1918, photographer William Bullard took over 5,400 photographs of his neighbours , many of whom were African-American and Native-American, which have remained untouched and unpublished until now. (Ruby)
This series by Katerina Kamprani depicts everyday objects, just more uncomfortable. (Ruby)
Topboy is returning to our screens and will be produced by …Drake? Give the man a British passport already. (Jenny)
The Guardian showcased the winners of the British Wildlife Photography 2017 award. This year Daniel Trim’s airport-roosting pied wagtail (below) won the competition. (Beccy)
New Dimensions in Testimony is a moving short film about a Holocaust survivor immortalising her story for future generations by becoming a hologram. (Ruby)
AdAge asked a group of brand experts and a group of consumers about their favourite logos, and the results are pretty different. (Jenny)
How the BBC news website has changed over the past 20 years. (Beccy)
Who to follow
- Charlotte Wales shoots Botticelli-esque editorial for British Vogue's September issue
- Kaye Blegvad on the making of Dog Years, her book about surviving depression
- Photographer Carl Oliver Ander examines "the false relationship to reality that the medium has"
- Photographer Ellius Grace captures the ghostly churches of Ireland and the figures that haunt them
- William Farr’s floral sculptures are a celebration of ephemera and controlled chaos
- George Fletcher's typeface Hinault, inspired by 1980s cycling, is full of character and detail
- Introducing The Graduates class of 2018!
- Graphic designers Dorothy comprehensively map out the history of club culture
- Meet Adelia Lim, a graphic designer not afraid to poke a little fun at the industry
- Can Yang's graphic design style is deep-rooted in her Chinese heritage
- New Zealander Luke Hoban designs websites that not only have form and function, but flair
- Jackson Joyce's melancholic illustrations inspired by childhood nostalgia