Joan Miró (Spanish, 1893-1983), Figures and dog, 27 May 1936. Gouache and brush and ink on paper, 41 x 32.4 cm.
Into the Future! The Making of “Beyond Cyberpunk!” tells the entire story of this essential and influential software from 1991.
Beyond Cyberpunk! was divided into four zones: Manifestos, Media, Street Tech, and Cyberculture. Each zone contained essays, reviews, artwork, animations, and sounds. There were over 600 “cards,” over 300 articles, 122 different sound clips, 19 animations, and 35 text pop-ups. There was also a glossary with vocal pronunciations, and a 1000-word hyperlinked index.
I HAVE FOUND IT AND I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING AT HOW HIDEKI KAMIYA IS FUCKING OBSESSED WITH AMERICAN GROCERY STORES