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The new HKRB logos and social media images are designed by Roy Christopher. Roy is a writer and interviewer, as well as an artist. His illustrations have appeared at the HKRB before, and we are delighted to have his images to represent the site. You can see the development of the logo and Roy’s bio below.

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Roy Christopher marshals the middle between Mathers and McLuhan. He was assistant editor of Paul D. Miller a.k.a. DJ Spooky’s Sound Unbound: Sampling Digital Culture and Music (MIT Press, 2008), and his first book is Follow for Now: Interviews with Friends and Heroes (Well-Red Bear, 2007). He is currently a Visiting Lecturer in the Communication Department at The University of Illinois-Chicago as well as a Ph.D. candidate in Communication Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. His research interests lie mainly in figurative language use and media theory. He is currently working on books about both. As a child, he solved the Rubik’s Cube competitively. He writes regularly at roychristopher.com

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