The first installment of a new series in conversation with mapmakers on the works that most inspire them.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
Paris has an officially branded suite of products—locally made, and directed at tourists.
Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao's incredible composite images take hours to shoot and days to digitally manipulate.
The iconic piece of infrastructure protects the city from floods and captures freshwater. But it also offers sorely needed public space.
Belgian beer innovation number 68,789,132.
Subterranean London compiles the images of a dozen photographers who explored the city's underground spaces without permission.
An inexpensive curtain creates a convenient, more private area for moms and babies. Will the idea catch on?
Let's take a close look at the latest attempt to market a kid's toy to hip adults.
Many cities face a similar challenge finding the money to expand a starter line.
How the entire U.S. came to drink out of a vessel never meant for human lips.
Santo Domingo has the worst rate of traffic fatalities in the world, but Maribel Villalona is remaking the capital for pedestrians.
Why leaving the Motor City for Manhattan is a big mistake for the automaker.
Behold the immense, shambling Franken-animals of Lisbon artist Bordalo II.
A pair of physicists tackle a seemingly simple, incredibly complicated question.
Unlike most new lines in U.S. cities, the Center City Connector would operate in its own exclusive lane.
A Pittsburgh-area artist commemorates the derelict house next door, starting with a coat of paint.
When public street art gets co-opted for corporate gain, artists have little recourse.
It took illustrator Jenni Sparks three months to finish this secret-laden cartography.