Nikolai Lutohin. Illustrations for Galaksija Magazine. 1970s.

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Whole Earth Catalog: The Counterculture Google
The Whole Earth Catalog, founded in 1968 by Stewart Brand, was a breed of its own: an encyclopedic, grass-roots meeting-place in print where a variety of tools were made accessible to newly dispersed counterculture communities and innovators in the fields of technology, design, and architecture. Steve Jobs called it the “bible” of his generation, “like Google in paperback form, 35 years before Google came along.” Much like its modern counterpart, the catalogue quickly exploded in popularity, becoming a formidable cultural phenomenon. The growing series developed into a wide-ranging reference for new living spaces, sustainable design, and experimental media and community practices. Brand also became responsible for publicizing the first photograph of the whole earth from space, which had been unreleased by the government until that time. Brand placed the now iconic image on the first issue of the catalog in 1968, seeing it as a unifying force in the management of global ecological challenges. The Whole Earth Catalog would continue to feature a variety of earth images, which are now rendered here in full animated glory. 

The first explorers to descend to the deepest part of the ocean were Don Walsh and Jacques Piccard in the bathyscaphe Trieste, January 23, 1960. 52 years later, James Cameron’s DEEPSEA CHALLENGER journeyed to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, nearly 7 miles below sea level.Photograph courtesy U.S Navy

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