Damien Hirst's 'Black Scalpel Cityscapes' cut at the military's "surgical strikes."
Fabio Giampietro’s paintings elevate a viewer to realistically high heights.
An Italian artist uses his classical training to bring heart and warmth to stone-faced cement cities.
The Museum of Architectural Drawing in Berlin hosts an exhibition on the architecture of anime.
Star Wars spaceships crash-land in the streets of modern cities.
Dan Marker-Moore's static timelapse photos, aka timeslices, offer a gorgeous vantage of New York, Chicago, and other famous cities.
Jay Friedenberg's cognitive science-influenced solo show "Digital Dreams" hits a sweet spot between digital photography and classical painting.
Donna Dotan captures unique vantages of NYC by looking down from the tops of skyscrapers.
Turns out checking out where we check in, on Foursquare or whatever, might be the key to designing all the cities of the Future Present.
Artist Benjamin Yates uses electrical waste to create his Electri-City tables which can play music and even check email.