Max Eternity is a visionary polymath. He’s an artist-entrepreneur and a leader in the humanities. Eternity is a contributing author to a college textbook, entitled At Issue: Poverty in America, and since 2010, Eternity has been a featured arts writer and social critic at Truthout, also being one of the first arts writers at The Huffington Post. Eternity is the founder of the Eternity Group, whose network of sites receive 500K+ hits per month. As an independent researcher and historian, he has become one of the foremost authorities on the Bauhaus, Black Mountain College, Modernism and Marcel Breuer. Eternity wrote the winning nomination to The World Monuments Fund on behalf of the Marcel Breuer designed Atlanta-Fulton Central Public Library, which forever changed the world of architectural preservation, since the building was only 29 years old when listed. Eternity is the founder and owner of 3D design and fabrication studio, Puget Sound Prototype, which has exclusive license to manufacture his furniture, sculpture and other other designs.