I have been captivated by this picture since I first saw it in a German newspaper years ago. It says so much. My message is this: "If you are looking to make a difference, to give your life purpose, choose your weapon wisely! The most obvious choice might not be the most effective one." JR Tate Modern, London
An Italian newspaper shows German planes swooping over the Thames during the Blitz. The river area was heavily targeted by bombers in the Second World War, with the Docklands hit by over 2,500 bombs. It took until the 1960s for the damage to be repaired.
Ah, if only all editorial design could take such a daringly beautiful leap forward. Last year, the German newspaper, Die Welt, published a special edition promoting the work of the American painter, Ellsworth Kelly, who was being feted with two exhibitions in Munich. Across all the paper’s sections, images were limited only to Kelly’s highly photogenic, monochromatic abstractions. Mildly brilliant.