Two weeks has passed since we last pleasured your ears with our new podcast, so it seems to me that a second episode is the decent thing to do. This week we were joined by Patrick Burgoyne editor of Creative Review and Trisha Andres, editor of Crane.tv to talk Daily Mail artistic outrage, the best web design around and the future of publishing.
In the first part we talked about the Webby Award winners whether the Turner Prize is still relevant and looked forward to the Ai Weiwei Herzog and de Meuron Serpentine Pavilion collaboration.
We spoke to Trisha about Crane.tv and how they get big names like Kenneth Grange to open their doors and let down their guard. We also spoke to Creative Review editor Patrick Burgoyne about their new iPad app and this year’s Annual.
Also if you want to find out why the Tate Modern security team were all of a flutter this week, then listen on…
- Mikey Please takes us behind the scenes, and the backlash, of the Bake Off trailer
- From New York to Springfield, it's Best of the Web
- Taschen releases two volumes of National Geographic’s best photographs from the past 125 years
- Simon Landrein takes Dan Croll down the rabbit hole in his animated video for Tokyo
- Thomas Duffield on photographing his dad’s hidden heroin addiction
- Parker Day's lurid colours and grotesque characters elevate identity and fantasy (NSFW)
- Hate the iPhone X notch? There’s an app for that
- Lisa Simpson’s bookshelf: from the curator of Instagram’s Simpsons Library
- Biplab Hazra’s photo of elephants being attacked by mob wins Sanctuary prize
- Michael Bierut: 13 ways of looking at a typeface
- Uncle Ginger uses hypnotic shapes to animate the facts and feelings of bipolar disorder
- Michel Gondry’s John Lewis Christmas advert – Moz the Monster – is unveiled