Richard Herring explained to me yesterday: "I was told I couldn't use the words 'dick' and 'fuckinghamshire' in the 40 words. I wasn't too surprised about the 'fuckinghamshire' ("honourable member for fuckinghamshire" was the line) even though that isn't a swear word and presumably means you have to censor 'Scunthorpe' too.
On 2 May one of the most iconic pieces of art in the world, Edward Munch's The Scream from 1895, will be sold at auction at Sotheby's New York. The piece is expected to fetch in excess of $80million. Who then, is the likely buyer of what has undoubtedly become one of the most recognisable images in art history?
Leif Podhajsky's instantly recognisable album artwork has become a beacon of success for the likes of Lykke Li, Tame Impala and new breakthroughs Young Magic. His artwork has been propped up on desks by 'Late Night' hosts Fallon and Letterman. His success, his Midas touch is rare in the industry; Leif himself has a hard time explaining it.