Guests of Honour

Great parties need great guests. And while everyone is invited to The Greatest Party of All Time, every month we highlight someone we admire and make sure that they’re on the guestlist by sending them a 2269 invitation.

Our gift of a 2269 print – an invitation to the greatest party of all time on June 6th, 2269 – is designed to be passed from one generation to the next and is our way of welcoming our Guests of Honour and their descendants.

If you would like to nominate someone, please let us know.

Stewart Brand

The Guardian said it well: for Stewart Brand, “big ideas are a way of life”. Our latest addition to the...
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Adam Buxton

A great party guest should bring something special to the table, whether it’s humour, a sense of camaraderie or the...
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Sophie Howe

Governments are famously short-sighted. Thinking long-term isn’t always popular and it’s an unfortunate by-product of the democratic process that once...
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Roman Krznaric

If journalist Richard Fisher is the herald of the deep future, the evangelist, John-the-Baptist figure, it’s tempting to see Roman...
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Zander Grashow

The third decade of the 21st century has thrown a major spanner into the way the world works, but even...
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Austin Kleon

Austin Kleon’s message is that “creativity is not magic. Creativity is for everyone.” It’s not a talent, it’s a way...
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Richard Linklater

Time plays a big role in the 2269 project: Insisting on a wait of 250 years for the event, it...
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Dame Olivia Newton-John

It might seem odd to include this Cambridge-born Aussie chanteuse in the 2269 Pantheon. Olivia Newton-John is best remembered for...
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Ava DuVernay

A celebrated writer-director, documentarian, TV showrunner and activist, DuVernay was the first black woman to be nominated for a Golden...
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Sir David Attenborough

It’s hard to think of anyone more deserving of our first Pantheon selection than Sir David Attenborough, a man who...
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