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  1. Koji Tsutsui

    Koji Tsutsui

    03.01.09

  2. Rebecca Chapa

    Rebecca Chapa

    03.14.09

  3. Tino Schaedler

    04.14.09

  4. Jim Ziolkowski

    In 1990, while trekking through a remote mountain village in Nepal, financier Jim Ziolkowski stumbled upon a celebration for the opening of a new schoolhouse. Impressed by the locals’ level...

    04.20.09

  5. Jake Godby

    Jake Godby

    06.04.09

  6. Olafur Eliasson

    Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson (b. 1967) is both a one-time break-dancing champion and a solo exhibitioner in some of the world’s most renowned galleries. His large-scale...

    08.28.09

  7. John Entenza

    John Entenza (1903–1984) was to modernism what Anna Wintour is to fashion. Editor of Arts & Architecture magazine from 1940 until 1962, he was the first to publish and popularize the...

    08.28.09

  8. Marco Canora

    Marco Canora

    Marco Canora's appreciation for good food developed when he was a child growing up in a river town in upstate New York. He especially looked forward to the summer months when his mother would...

    01.15.10

  9. David Burke

    David Burke

    David Burke is the chef/owner of David Burke Townhouse, Fishtail and David Burke at Bloomingdale's NYC. His first cookbook, Cooking with David Burke was published in 1995, and his second, David...

    01.25.10

  10. Kii Arens

    Kii Arens is a Pop-Art Designer with a bent towards Rock-N-Roll. Never formally trained, this St. Paul, Minnesota, native grew up with a fascination for album covers, band logos, and font styles.

    03.03.10

  11. Maxine Sutton

    I love the idea of the workshop household described by Mark Rosenthal, and believe in the importance of our interaction with materials, texture, pattern, and the handmade. Recent research evoked...

    03.03.10

  12. Tom Vanderbilt

    Tom Vanderbilt

    Broolyn–based writer Tom Vanderbilt's book, Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says About Us), from publisher Alfred A. Knopf, was published in 2008.

    02.11.10

  13. Pedro E. Guerrero

    Pedro E. Guerrero

    Pedro E. Guerrero was the photographer for three of America's most famous artists: architect Frank Lloyd Wright and sculptors Louise Nevelson and Alexander Calder. Guerrero's six-decade career...

    02.11.10

  14. Alice Rawsthorn

    Alice Rawsthorn

    Alice Rawsthorn is the design critic of the International Herald Tribune. In her weekly Design column, published every Monday, Alice explores new directions in every area of design and its impact...

    03.16.10

  15. Clare Louise Mallison

    Clare draws continuously from her studio in Bethnal Green London for a broad range of international clients....

    03.23.10

  16. Charles Barsotti

    03.23.10

  17. Anne Trubek

    Anne Trubek is Associate Professor at Oberlin College. Her writing has appeared in The Washington Post, Mother Jones, The Believer, Dwell, The Chronicle of Higher Education, AGNI, Gourmet.com...

    03.23.10

  18. Scott Chambers

    Illustrator based in the United Kingdom

    03.25.10

  19. Shawn Records

    06.17.10

  20. Thomas Heatherwick

    Heatherwick Studio exists to make extraordinary projects happen. Established by Thomas Heatherwick in 1994, it is recognized for its work in: architecture, urban infrastructure, sculpture,...

    07.14.10

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