Depictions spanning almost a whole millennium - in chronological order - of comets, meteors, meteorites and shooting stars.
I don’t know about you, but we’d choose the synthesizer! #tbt #showusyoursynth pic.twitter.com/JklQ8IIkUh
Genesis circa 10/1968 with Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, Peter Gabriel and Anthony Phillips. #genesis pic.twitter.com/w4aRfscJMm
A new book, Inventions That Didn’t Change the World, published next month by Thames & Hudson, looks at the forgotten side of the Victorian age of invention—not the steam engine or the lightbulb but the Improved Sausage Machine, the Epanalepsian…
The idea of buying fancy fitness equipment and smugly installing it in a corner at home may not be just the modern-day craze some would expect.
A leather-bound book written in 1861, found in the archiv …
Reverse-engineering one of the greatest minds of all time by his information diet.
“Success,” concluded this 1942 anatomy of inspiration, “depends on sufficient knowledge of the special subject, and a variety of extraneous…