Now that the game has finally launched in Pokemon’s birth country, the Japanese government is prepared for the worst.
A new documentary explores the relationships built—and rebooted—in urban arcades.
Tomoyuki Tanaka renders the intricacies of some of the world’s busiest train stations by hand.
The Chinatown Atlas stitches together a digital portrait of the evolving neighborhood.
COBI lets you control your route, listen to music, and make calls without letting go of the handlebars.
The snazzy, customizable ride was designed by a Mediterranean boat restorer.
“It’s starting to feel like a smartphone zombie apocalypse–there are so many people looking down and missing out on the city around them.”
They’re everywhere, as a new map proves.
Converting a bike into an e-bike can be as easy as swapping out a wheel—but the costs are still a burden.
Ikea is issuing a massive recall on this modern, unstable staple of apartments everywhere.
The “Oombrella” also shouts at you if you accidentally leave it behind.
How much fun would it be to have a Denzel Washington Heights, a Linkin Park Slope, and The Street Formerly Known as Prince?
In a new book, Matthew O’Brien captures an often-overlooked side of the country on pieces of instant film.
Paint the town red—or any other color you want.
A old shop in Paris is holding onto its place in the city by embracing new technology.
Vimto, a fruity English soft drink, is now a favorite way to break the fast.
The U.S. welcomes a branch of the bittersweet Croatian museum.
TreeWiFi rewards citizens for their efforts to combat pollution.