The 150 movers, shakers and makers that have rocked the Wallpaper* world in the last 15 years So here they are, the 150 people who have come into all our lives over the 15 years since the first Wallpaper* issue and made something that matters to us better, more interesting, or more fun. But, in a Wallpaper* first, these aren’t just our choices. Through the wonders of the Twittersphere, we shot a number of our suggestions out there to provoke debate and input into our great name-checking project. And you came back in numbers and with a lot to say.
by Maria Popova What Shakespeare’s unanswered questions have to do with Einstein’s unkempt hair and Britpop. Israeli illustrator Noma Bar , he of Negative Space fame, is a longtime Brain Pickings favorite.
This is a web version of Aspen, a multimedia magazine of the arts published by Phyllis Johnson from 1965 to 1971. Each issue came in a customized box filled with booklets, phonograph recordings, posters, postcards — one issue even included a spool of Super-8 movie film. It's all here.