‘IMPULSE’ was a Toronto-based cultural magazine active from 1971 to 1990. Remarkably global in perspective, it was distributed and read internationally, publishing some of the most significant practitioners and thinkers of the time. Its innovative style was eclectic, and it understood and presented the visual arts as being interconnected with architecture, literature, design, music, politics, and society. ‘Impulse Interviews’ comprises over 60 interviews with some of the 20th century’s most engaging cultural creators, including Iggy Pop, Frederic Jameson, Andy Warhol, and William Gibson. The interviews are presented in the original, innovative design that was the magazine’s hallmark.