There are a handful of architects whose legacy will live on for generations, long after they're gone. One such genius is Antoni Gaudí. The Catalan architect was a devout Catholic with remarkable artistic vision. From truly radical neo-gothic structures to almost biomorphic art-nouveau buildings, the architecture of Gaudí is anything but ordinary.
Mexican artist Frida Kahlo was an iconic painter with a lasting legacy.
In the olden days, every motorist had a clunky road atlas and flimsy paper maps.
Language lovers will be thrilled to know that illustrator Bruce Worden is back to regularly updating his popular website Homophones, Weakly. Since 2011, Worden has been illustrating homophones, which are two or more words having the same pronunciation, but different spelling and meaning. Though the illustrations tapered off after 2016, Worden has been quite productive this year, particularly as he's focusing on a new category—homographs. What is a homograph?
In school, calling someone smart often meant they were good at math or science, but American developmental psychologist Howard Gardner...