44. I don't want a tropical episode

North V South has reached its first birthday, the very existence of which is an utter miracle. The duo sit, wrapped in their Space Wolf furs, droning on about drones, Barnbrook, IKEA’s latest award, Lego Life and Peta’s recent bonkers broadside at the futuristic world of Warhammer 40,000. Rob and Jon abandon their monochromatic homelands and go on a quest for a fabled colour utopia. Along the way they talk about colour perception, colour management, colour archives and why choosing colour is so damned hard. Listen on to find out if canned pies can indeed taste nice, and why the term gluten free should never be applied to pies.

February 3rd, 2017 / 1:20:29 / Episode 44

Show Notes

North V South has reached its first birthday, the very existence of which is an utter miracle.

The duo sit, wrapped in their Space Wolf furs, droning on about drones, Barnbrook, IKEA’s latest award, Lego Life and Peta’s recent bonkers broadside at the futuristic world of Warhammer 40,000.

Rob and Jon abandon their monochromatic homelands and go on a quest for a fabled colour utopia. Along the way they talk about colour perception, colour management, colour archives and why choosing colour is so damned hard.

Listen on to find out if canned pies can indeed taste nice, and why the term gluten free should never be applied to pies.

This week's pies

Pie Drink Review Rating

Gluten Free Mini Pork Pie from M&S

Zeus IPA from Coatal Brewery

Undercooked. Smells awful. Little bit of jelly. Pastry is awful.

3

Mince Beef and Onion from Frey Bentos

IPA from Goose Island

Oh god. Burnt on top. Like baby food.

2
To the Pie Charts! ↣
Episode Artwork North v South Cover Art