The current series of the It’s Nice That’s weekly Studio Audience podcast is an audio insight into our favourite things on the site, as well as a round-up of news and views surrounding the creative industries.
This week we’re talking Snapchat, graphic design pioneer Tom Eckersley and sweet threads.
This week we talked swimming pools in the Thames, the new-look New York Times website and time-travelling photographer.
This week we talked about Tracey Emin’s public profile, Die Zeit’s new English venture and Tate Modern’s bumper sponsorship deal.
This week we’re talking the new Martin Creed show, the MagPile awards and the backlash against long-form content
This week we’re talking the respective charms of Quentin Blake and David Bailey plus Superbowl ads, a new Facebook app and a Spotify prankster.
This week we’re talking Designs of the Year, the new Michel Gondry video and creative responses to Sochi.
This week we talked graphic design for the BAFTAs, smashing an Ai Wei-Wei vase, Sony’s ace model railway ad and COS magazine.
This week we talked about James Murphy’s New York subway project, IKEA’s plan to shelf the Expedit, photographing natural disasters and the exciting new Dazed magazine redesign.
In this episode we discuss the recent Chanel show, Dare Toronto and Penguin’s new digital venture and the man who is revolutionising sanitary towels in India.
In this episode we discuss Grayson Perry’s lecture, Neil Young’s new musical venture, Design Indaba and some of the best stories from the new issue of Printed Pages.
This week we’re talking amazing 90s fanzine photography, a cinematic portrait of London and the hottest young tech talent.
This week we spoke about the newly-opened Designs of the Year exhibition, the YCN rebrand, the Secret 7 initiative and Sarah Lucas’ selection for the Venice Biennale.
This week we talked April Fools’ Day hits and misses, London’s new TV channel, a geeky graphic design title and a controversial chocolate advert.
This week we’re talking Monument Valley, Vice’s new food channel, Sotheby’s Pentagram redesign and a landmark fashion exhibition in London.
This week we talked Pick Me Up 2014, Richard Turley’s move to MTV and Jack White’s four our performance-to-release vinyl stunt for Record Store Day.
This week we talked the Webby Awards, Sagmeister & Walsh’s new identity for the Jewish Museum in New York and the Alexander McQueen show coming to London.
This week we talked a supermarket using a Gormley sculpture as a bread advert, the Met Ball and Tumblr’s new customisation options.
This week we’re talking about the Daniel Weil show at the Design Museum, Twitter’s new mute function, the final Studio Ghibli film and The Graduates 2014.
This week we discuss Katharina Grosse’s incredible new installation, the return of Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared, infamous CSM tutor Louise Wilson and a robot that tweets art criticism.
In this week’s show we discuss the fire at Glasgow School of Art, the relationship between football and creativity, the new creative directors of Bloomberg Businessweek and CSM’s exciting new pop-up shop.
This week we chatted Marina Abramovic’s new Serpentine show, Paddy Power’s Amazon spoof, the death of Spot the Dog’s creator and the new issue of Printed Pages.
This week we’re talking the ELCAF comics art festival, next year’s Bjork retrospective in New York, our creative symposium Here and the return of Danger Mouse.
In this episode we discuss the It’s Nice That redesign, Glastonbury festival, the BP Portrait award and The It’s Nice That Graduates 2014.
This week we’re talking the WIRED UK redesign, Zaha Hadid’s Designs of the Year victory, a skateboarding film with a difference and a marvellous mountainous app.
This week we chat radio shows, Rapha and the Tour de France, Quentin Blake’s collaboration with David Walliams, and the controversial Greenpeace video.
This week we chat Jeremy Leslie’s new magazine, SHOWstudio’s new interview series and a Kickstarter-funded redesign of The Bible.
This week we chatted about sending flowers into space, the Airbnb logo, the Graduates 2014 and Creative Review’s new direction in their annual.
This week we chat the Simpsons/Family Guy crossover, a One Direction teen fan-artist, Silicon Roundabout and Sagmeister’s brand storytelling rant.
This week we’re talking First World War centenary artworks, Damien Hirst’s architectural ambitions and whether art galleries should encourage kids.
This week we chat Kim Kardashian’s selfie book, Lucy Hilmer’s viral photography project and Penguin’s controversial new Roald Dahl cover.
This week we chat the Edinburgh Fringe, artists using pseudonyms and a controversial article by Jonathan Jones about art in hospitals.
This week we’re talking the new-look Mr Kipling, mobile photography magazine fltr, how best to interview artists and Facebook’s new anti-clickbait measures.
This week we chat London Fashion week, the new Wired.co.uk redesign and the latest (greatest) issue of Printed Pages!
This week we chat London Design Festival, the Lernert & Sander COS video, Designers in Residence and a tampon-themed video game.
This week we’re talking the new Bronia Stewart book, Barber Osgerby at the V&A and Burning Man Festival.
This week we discuss Matthew Frost’s new short film starring Kirsten Dunst, the fantastic new architectural photography show at the Barbican, and Ai Wei Wei’s curious Alcatraz exhibition.
In a special extra episode of the podcast we’re joined by American designer and founder of Gratuitous Type magazine Elana Schlenker to talk all things magazines.
In this episode we discuss Alex Chinneck’s new installation, art book fair season, Mike Mellia’s selfie a day project and the new Turner prize show.
This week we discuss plans for a floating cycle lane on the Thames, a complete Butlin’s redesign, the It’s Nice That Back to School feature and the excitement surrounding David Lynch’s announcement of the new series of Twin Peaks.
This week we discuss Iggy Pop’s John Peel lecture, Frieze Art Fair, the importance of a name, and a 3D printed paper aeroplane machine.
This week we’re chatting about a provocative piece of public art in Paris, Banksy’s relevance, Lawrence Zeegen’s history of illustration and a new Google Glass x FKA Twigs collaboration.
This week we chat Rebecca Wright’s fantastic article about the drop-off rate of female design students, Graphic Design Festival Scotland and Darren Cullen’s Pocket Money pop-up.
This week we’re talking about the new episode of Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared, the latest Ok Go blockbuster and a Wes Anderson theme park.
This week we’re talking the Kim Kardashian Paper Magazine cover and the gap between design education and the creative industry.
This week we’re talking the rights and wrongs of Band Aid 30 and celebrating brilliant digital publishers.
This week we’re talking new-look KFC restaurant designs, Tate Modern’s new war photography show and ustwo’s final Monument Valley instalment.
This week we chat about the It’s Nice That Annual, Jeremy Deller’s encounter with Andy Warhol and waving a sad goodbye to the much-loved Microsoft feature: Clip Art.
This week we’re talking TASCHEN’s new BUTT magazine book, an exhibition devoted to beards and the new issue of Mirage magazine.
In this Christmas episode of Studio Audience we discuss the creative world in 2014, the year gone by and what we’re looking forward to in 2015.