Some things change, while some beat on ceaselessly, boats against the current and the Studio Audience podcast falls firmly in the latter camp. This week we looked at apparent plans for new-look, hipster-fied KFC restaurants here in the UK, we discussed the final instalment of Monument Valley and we discussed Tate Modern’s extraordinary new war photography show Conflict. Time. Photography, touching on this review from The Telegraph.
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- Photographer Craig Gibson shows his strength for putting strangers at ease
- Park magazine's first issue explores the theme of "the copy" in every walk of life
- “Less is enough”: New York’s Edition Studio on graphic design as an editing process
- Michael DeForge explores performing as a "healthy" person in his newest comic, Stunt
- Meet Jul Quanouai, the illustrator making two opposite styles work together
- Forth and Back releases a new book, comprising frozen imagery sourced from Google Earth
- Pentagram rebrands Warner Bros. with a “sleek and clean” update to its shield logo
- Manchester Girls, the new series from Dean Davies, is a visual homage to the women of the north
- Relive the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer through Summer of Something Special
- Viktor Hübner photographs American anxieties amongst a shifting political environment
- Jiří Makovec’s photographs meander between the personal and the universal
- Berlin Wall graffiti is made into a typeface to warn how "division is freedom's biggest threat"