The best responses to this week's The Big Fix.
The often subtle (and occasionally lucrative) art of expressing city pride, via t-shirt.
A new book offers case studies and tips on creating quick and effective urban interventions.
Scenes from Chernobyl's ghost town.
A modest-sized home makes a bold statement in this South Korean neighborhood.
That's the question in Miami, where a design firm has created a temporary pop-up park, complete with sod and seating.
The abandoned book depository.
Artists turn half a room into a wild wall of street art and leave the other half stark white; the results are incredible.
Beijing's street vendors are offering goldfish and small turtles sealed inside plastic trinkets for your amusement.
Miami and house-eating snails, Seattle against a band of coyotes, and more stories of urban outbreaks.
An aesthetically pleasing if not quite street legal approach to fixing East London's potholes.
One of France's most famous tagging destinations, an old warehouse in Pantin, is scheduled to become just another mixed-use development.
Cornell has chosen six firms to submit designs for its new campus. Here's a look at university projects they've worked on in the past.
Officials terrified residents of one neighborhood when they staged a mock terrorist attack, and other news.
Artists connect the dots to reveal animal shapes on the city's subway map.
The Windy City is setting itself up as America's next beer mecca. Here's how they did it.
Photographer Gregory Halpern captures scenes of despair and surprising strength in his new book, A.
The estimated number of security personnel needed for the London Olympics.