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Riposte – Issue 02

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Our second issue opens with a selction of thought provoking ideas from people who are doing things differently and look for new ways to push things forward across a range of disciplines. French chef Agata Felluga exemplifies a new straight talking, inventive and craft-driven approach to French cooking. Fran Balaam of Pie Architecture focusses on social and cultural projects which push for more public space to be open to as many people as possible in space poor city centres. Fashion designer Becca McCharen of Chromat talks about how her background in urban planning has influenced her amazing architectural creations which are designed with 'bad bitches' in mind. Artist Camille Henrot captivates with her way of catergorising the world around us and your new favourite band, Nimmo and the Gauntletts, marry Proustian stream-of-conscious lyrics with startling vocals and incredibly catchy beats.

IDEAS: Reports on ideas from the world of music, food, technology, art and design

MEETINGS: We meet iconic designer Deborah Sussman; writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie; Filmmakers Natalia Leite and Alexandra Roxo of Purple Milk and rapper Lizzo.

SPOTLIGHT: 16 page monograph is dedicated to the poetry of Amy Key with illustrations from Giada Ganassin

FEATURES: We look back at the far out tale of screen printing nun Sister Corita, examine who's making money in the music industry in the digital age and take a trip around Bogota through the eyes of the cities female inhabitants.

ESSAYS: There's an essay on the mind bending world of synthetic biology and a look at the women behind some of the most interesting publishing houses across the Middle East and North Africa.

ICON: Anna Prior, drummer of Metronomy selects Sheila E as her icon to close our second issue. 


128 pages on gloss and uncoated paper
16 page A5 insert on uncoated paper
Perfect Bound