Richard Turley and Rod Stanley discuss protest broadsheet, Good Trouble

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Created by former Dazed & Confused editor Roderick Stanley, activist arts platform Good Trouble has been publishing weekly stories online about the intersection between politics and culture since November 2016. Now the project has launched its first printed zine, designed by none other than Richard Turley, a broadsheet-sized, 12-page newspaper about the merge between creativity and protest. The cover was shot for Good Trouble by Matt Lambert, featuring a naked MJ Harper; while the lead interview is with Peter Kennard, a renowned political artist best-known for his photo collage of Tony Blair taking a selfie in front of a burning Iraqi oil well. The zine also features artwork by Jamie Reid, Lara Ogel, Mark Titchner, Gareth Pugh, Catherine Opie and AA Bronson.

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