A map can say much more than the locations of things—indeed, it can tell a story. That’s the impetus behind “The Picture Atlas,” a new children’s book by Simon Holland and illustrator Jill Calder. Curious page-turners will see and learn about a colorful world filled “not only with borders, mountains, rivers, seas and oceans,” but one that is rife with natural wonders, historical artifacts,... read more
Thank you A Photo Editor and Suzanne Sease for featuring Michael Johnson's personal project "Two-Wheeled World"
My project, “Two-Wheeled World,” serves several purposes–the first being, simply, my passion for the bicycle. There’s what it can do for us as individuals and for the... read more
CenturyLink’s sell for high-speed Internet isn’t just greater productivity, but increased levels of discovery–both of and by their users. Jeff Luker and his longtime collaborator, Russell Brownley, created TV spots for Arnold... read more
Thank you Suzanne Sease and A Photo Editor for selecting Ewan's personal project on skydiving for this weeks feature! There’s a certain apprehensive joy in reaching out of a plane at 13,500 ft. with your right foot to find the “camera step”. About the size of an Apple track pad and riveted onto the fuselage of a jump plane, it can’t be seen without putting your head outside, which... read more