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…
- Victor Fonseca treats his graphic design practice like a “playground”
- Photographer Jack Latham investigates the hidden conspiracies of Bohemian Grove
- Stella Park’s warm illustrations reflect her outlook on life
- Ugly beauty and challenging established norms feature in Jade Palace's collaboration with Yat Pit
- Astrid Seme elevates an artist’s work by challenging it through the lens of design
- Elizabeth Hibbard’s unsettling photographs examine subjective experience with a visceral gaze
- New study claims to pinpoint the most creative time of day, down to the minute
- Singapore-based studio Swell explores the idea of the banished book
- "My little niece and my grandmother like the game equally": how Playables made the simply addictive Kids
- In being "open to possibilities" still life painter Duane Keiser paints the everyday joys of life
- What the cluck? KFC releases limited-edition bucket hat
- For Bizzarri-Rodriguez, book design “is everything except a science”