Season 3 · Episode 2
London-based Scott King is a highly influential British graphic designer who worked as art director of i-D magazine and has produced work for many influential artists including Pet Shop Boys, Malcolm McLaren and Suicide. King, whose work has been described by the Guardian as "pop with highbrow references, partisan, simple and graphic," has been exhibited worldwide in both commercial galleries and institutions, such as the ICA in London, the Kunstwerke Berlin and the MoMA in New York. In his STRRR episode, King shares with us childhood memories of the jet age, music by the Happy Mondays and a legendary British TV interruption — David Hall’s stunning “Tap Piece” from 1971.
Interview + 2nd Camera: Max Dax, DOP + editing: Lucia Lux, Photo: Lucia Lux, Animations: TOPE, Introduction: Craig Holiday Haynes