Before there was Instagram, there was Andy Warhol. The artist was a relentless chronicler of life and its encounters. Carrying a Polaroid camera from the late 1950s until his death in 1987, he amassed a huge collection of instant pictures of friends, lovers, patrons, the famous, the obscure, the scenic, the fashionable, and himself.
Swirling nebulae, exploding stars, and vast, fragile forms. In Taschen’s new book, Expanding Universe. Photographs from the Hubble Space Telescope, readers come face to face with some of the most breathtaking images from the Hubble Telescope’s 25 year surveillance of space, from the massive Sombrero Galaxy to a comet striking Jupiter with the force of a thousand nuclear bombs.
Enter the not-so-hallowed halls of SuperMutant Magic Academy and let the teenage apathy wash over you. Wendy, Marsha, Cheddar, Frances, and the other students will be your guides through the D&D games, performance art, unrequited crushes, and spell-class tests that are the staples of life at a school for paranormal teenagers.