We're tired of the Bedouin tents, sand dunes, and oasis motifs.
Exhibits include objects made by or for U.S. prisoners, fake vomit from around the world, and a series of stolen tip jars.
The giant artificial orb would sit in the middle of the harbor and change color throughout the day to replicate solar effects.
Be OPEN reminds us that public art doesn't have to be visual.
"Empire State of Pen," by Patrick Vale, captures the frenzied movements of creation.
Photographer David Sopronyi gives a new softness to London’s gritty West Way.
Over the past two years, the books have molded and mildewed while gigantic orange mushrooms sprout from their pages.
Sticks mimic the city's ancient, curvy skyline.
Chairs with umbrellas and desks invite you to hang around.
The retail giant gets into the boutique hotel business.
You too, could turn the remnants of your recent move into a cool video art installation.
An easy-to-carry lounge chair can be deployed against buildings and trees.
A miniature megalopolis.
Meet Brickstarter, a Kickstarter for urbanism, architecture, and design.
Find the Kabuki actors, sushi rolls, and emoticons hidden in this massive mural.
A roving exhibit lets anyone write in.
A Brooklyn design firm proposes a clever way to combine advertising and adventuring.
$3,900 will get you a room in this renovated tower, complete with a fire escape walk-up.
A round-up of the buildings in use during the London games.