Each designed by an international architect.
It might make you look like a big, misanthropic baby, but this head sling for fliers promises solitude and comfort.
Where the biggest demographic shifts are happening along the city's Green line, the buildings are changing with them.
With Londonmapper, we can visualize anything from knife crime to hedgehog sightings in the British capital.
Photographer Aaron Rose spent a lifetime hiding in plain sight.
Unusually retro shots of life in New York City.
A new book looks back at the Detroit Publishing Company's stunning Photochrom postcards.
A series of murals asks rail commuters to "think about this space that they hurtle through every day."
Why travel to Giza when Shijiazhuang has its own noseless replica?
Don ZanFanga was especially obsessed with the twin towers of the World Trade Center.
Don't be caught with your pants down by the "Pissing Tanker."
The artist built a 75-foot-long humanimal inside the soon-to-be-demolished refinery.
Mike Simons of the Tulsa World is traveling on foot in the parts of his city that most people drive through as fast as they can.
From empanadas to ratatouille.
An exhibit highlighting the city's rich history of architectural innovation also hopes to encourage big new ideas.
The city says "no" to an artwork that says, loudly, "YES!"
One scooter rider had a very bad day.
"Fumo" emits happy beeps and blipping lights anytime it's fed a cigarette butt.
Nearly 100,000 people signed up—360 got to ride.