Introducing: your new favourite design history podcast, Graphic Interventions
Graphic Interventions, a new podcast series investigating political interventions through the graphic form, produced and hosted by Harriet Atkinson will launch at the end of October 2021. In each episode Harriet interviews one maker about one thing they’ve made.
Listen to the trailer here.
Episodes feature banner-maker Ed Hall, subvertising collective Protest Stencil, poster-makers Conversations from Calais, Paris 68 Redux and See Red Women’s Workshop, a zine made by OOMK and a mini-Daily Mail spoof made by Darren Cullen of Spelling Mistakes Cost Lives.
Graphic Interventions is hosted by Soundcloud and streamed on ITunes and Spotify.
Graphic Interventions music is composed by Brad Ellis. Logo design by Martha. Graphic Interventions is supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the Centre for Design History at University of Brighton. Advisors to Graphic Interventions are Annebella Pollen, Jeremy Aynsley, Liz Farrelly and Zeina Maasri.
Follow the project blog: https://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/materialisationofpersuasion/
Harriet is a member of the Centre for Design History and her project draws on material from the University of Brighton’s internationally significant Design Archives. The projectis funded by The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)