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Claustrophobic Photos of Urban Existence

Photographer Christian Delfino Captures our Hive-like World
Christian Delfino
9.6.17
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Ian Ferguson Re-Imagines Brooklyn as a Gothic Fairy Tale

Intricate black-and-white prints depict line-drawn people in opposing settings.
Beckett Mufson
3.27.17
Film

Brooding Short Film Documents the Beauty of Abandoned London

'Fading' unveils the overlooked and neglected corners of a thriving metropolis.
Anna Marks
3.7.17
Art

Long-Exposure Photos Capture Light Art with Drones in New Mexico | #50StatesofArt

Lee Montgomery paints the night sky using LED-enhanced, remote controlled aircraft.
Anna Marks
2.2.17
Art

Futuristic Landscapes Get a Retro Look, Thanks to Pixel Art

Russian artist Waneella takes you to the new megalopolis.
Masha (Maria) Koblyakova
12.13.16
Art

Breathtaking Aerial Photographs Capture London’s Kaleidoscopic Landscape

These aerial photographs reveal the English capital's kooky architectural past.
Anna Marks
12.3.16
Music

It’s Time To Stop Making Excuses For Racism In New Zealand Music

Aaradhna issues a wake-up call at the NZ Music Awards.
Hussein Moses
11.18.16
Art

See New York and LA Through the Eyes of Lloyd Ziff | Liberal Arts

The photographer and friend to Robert Mapplethorpe and Patti Smith publishes a black-and-white photo retrospective.
Nathaniel Ainley
9.28.16
Film

Poetic Short Film 'Gravity's Law' Is a Surreal Take on Falling Down

Rainer Maria Rilke's poem, "Gravity's Law," inspired filmmaker Matt McDermott to take a closer look at what modern life is missing.
Francesca Capossela
8.2.16
Art

Hand-Drawn Cartoons Take Over City Streets

South Korean artist Jung Kee Son holds his cartoon illustrations in front of photographs taken of different urban settings.
Nathaniel Ainley
7.26.16
Health

How Nature Benefits Your Mental Health

Recently, scientists have been working out whether grass and trees could be used to treat depression and anxiety.
Lucy Jones
5.25.16
Art

NYC's Manholes Just Got Way Cozier

Artist Mark Reigelman moves his sculpture when cops drive by.
Beckett Mufson
4.29.16
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