Dangerous Ideas, Punk Anti-Culture, and Fast Media with Neville Brody #7

The Stuart Semple Show

09-07-2021 • 47 mins

This episode is a true treat for the typographists. Famed artist Neville Brody joins host Stuart Semple to talk about The Face magazine, his Riot collaboration with Supreme, and his humble beginnings.

Neville has a long list of accolades. He is best known for his impact on The Face magazine, being the Dean of the School of Communications at the Royal College of Art, and producing typography and graphics for the likes of Coca Cola and Channel 4.

The Stuart Semple Show art podcast is all about the intersection between art, politics, and culture. No topic is out of bounds for two of Britain’s most prominent artists. They discuss the anti-culture movement that arose in the late 1900s and the worrying trend towards conformity in recent years.

This episode covers:

  • Punk anti-culture
  • The next generation of creators
  • Social media reach
  • The dangers of fast media
  • That Goldilocks moment
  • Humble beginnings
  • The Face Magazine

Links and references at: http://stuartsemple.com/the-stuart-semple-show-podcast/