Two of our prints have been featured in a recently published book: The Invention of Tomorrow: A Natural History of Foresight – written by cognitive scientists Thomas Suddendorf, Jonathan Redshaw, and Adam Bulley. It’s a book about how the emergence of foresight has driven human evolution and how we’ll continue to rely and improve on it in the future.
Stephen Hawking’s Time Traveller’s Invitation and 2269: A Global Celebration of Imagination, Exploration & Progress both get a mention. The former is also shown early on in the book.
57 years ago today, on February 17 1967, The Beatles set out to record one of the most musically complex and avant-garde tracks of their illustrious career – Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!