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Here traces millenia of history — and prehistory — within the space of one large room.

Here traces millenia of history — and prehistory — within the space of one large room.

A Tower of Silence, or Dakhmeh, is a structure laying on the top of a hill, consisting of concentric slabs surrounding a central pit. The bodies were arranged onto four concentric rings: men, outermost, than women and children. Despite the fact the the birds of prey needed less than an hour to leave nothing but bones, the remains of the dead were left bleaching on the upper circles no less than a year before the nasellars could come and push the skeletons onto the underlying ossuary pit.

Towers of Silence: Zoroastrian Architectures for the Ritual of Death

A Tower of Silence, or Dakhmeh, is a structure laying on the top of a hill, consisting of concentric slabs surrounding a central pit. The bodies were arranged onto four concentric rings: men, outermost, than women and children. Despite the fact the the birds of prey needed less than an hour to leave nothing but bones, the remains of the dead were left bleaching on the upper circles no less than a year before the nasellars could come and push the skeletons onto the underlying ossuary pit.

Here by Richard McGuire: An artist conjures the changes that occur over billions of years in his childhood living room.

Richard McGuire’s ‘Here’

Here by Richard McGuire: An artist conjures the changes that occur over billions of years in his childhood living room.

A dinosaur may have once snacked where you're sitting. A founding father may have argued for freedom, right where you stand. Fifty years from now? It could be robots napping in your bed, not you. These very notions—about the fluidity of time and our relationship to it—are at the center of artist Richard McGuire's charming new graphic novel, Here.

5 Reasons to Read the Time-Traveling Graphic Novel Here

A dinosaur may have once snacked where you're sitting. A founding father may have argued for freedom, right where you stand. Fifty years from now? It could be robots napping in your bed, not you. These very notions—about the fluidity of time and our relationship to it—are at the center of artist Richard McGuire's charming new graphic novel, Here.

“Most people in this society who aren’t actively mad are, at best, reformed or potential lunatics." - Susan Sontag

Being in Love Eases the Pain, Illustrations by Harriet Lee Merrion

“Most people in this society who aren’t actively mad are, at best, reformed or potential lunatics." - Susan Sontag

“As I walk around the city, I’m time-travelling, flashing forward, planning what it is I have to do,” Richard McGuire says about this week’s cover.

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