A remarkably prescient 24-year-old piece of writing from J.G. Ballard.Read more "J.G. Ballard’s introduction to Crash"
Toni Morrison on critical thinking, hope, and a reminder that we don’t have to accept the labels bestowed upon us by others.Read more "You are your own stories"
Neil Gaiman on the breaking the rules, the fraud police, fantastic mistakes, and making good art.Read more "Make good art"
Born in 1880 in Genoa, this engineer and architect, had grand designs indeed.Read more "The works of Renzo Picasso"
Old words, new wordplay and why I think Susie Dent is the best thing on Twitter.Read more "Collective nouns, and quiddling until quafftide"
Vincent Bal is a filmmaker and illustrator. In his series, Shadowology, he uses the shadows cast by everyday objects to turns the mundane into something magical.Read more "Shadowology by Vincent Bal"
A community on reddit are buying undeveloped rolls of film, and sharing the photos they find.Read more "Rescuing History"
Maria Popova on the dangers of self-comparison, our preoccupation with destruction (as opposed to construction), and the importance of fighting cynicism.Read more "Resisting self-comparison and fighting cynicism"
Nicholas Rougeux is a Chicago-based web designer and artist. In Literary Constellations he visualises novels as star maps.Read more "Literary Constellations by Nicholas Rougeux"
David Foster Wallace on consciousness, compassion, and deciding what to pay attention to.Read more "This is Water"