Wallpaper* magazine's latest Guest Editors' issue brings together two legendary explorers of the audio-visual landscape, giants of sound and vision.
Ralf Hutter and Kraftwerk made electronic music which heralded a revolution and packaged it like a manifesto for a new machine age. The notoriously reclusive Hutter breaks cover for us to deliver an exclusive 3D take on the band's iconic imagery (glasses are included). Meanwhile, Peter Saville, Andreas Gursky, Thomas Demand and other illustrious fans explain why Kraftwerk's digital dreaming delivers so much.
Artist Christian Marclay's 24-hour cinematic chronology, The Clock, earned him a Golden Lion at this year's Venice Biennale. It was recognition of almost three decades-worth of medium-mashing innovation and experimentation in audio and visuals. For Wallpaper*, Marclay reimagined his epic Manga Scroll, and got his hands inky 'intervening' in the printing of our subscriber-only covers, resulting in some highly unique collectibles.
Both Kraftwerk and Marclay have also added an extra dimension to their projects for the iPad edition. Sound and vision, indeed.