When aliens visit Earth, they naturally assume cars run the world. It’s not such an outlandish idea anymore.
At one Berlin pub, seas of cheers quickly turned into cries of shock and horror.
Bruce Zaccagnino has built a detailed microcosm of connected cities, complete with buildings, bridges, and trains.
The unusual frenzy of whales bursting from the waves lasted at least 45 minutes.
In Alice Diop’s La Permanence, patients unveil the traumas that forced them from their homes and led them to France’s suburbs.
More and more plants are being scheduled to shutdown. What happens next?
“Gosh” spotlights the strangely empty streets of Tianducheng, a town that mimics France’s capital.
This “is how we do it in the Town.”
Welcome to the Eagle Ford natural gas field in South Texas, population: uncertain.
Meet the women who are making it happen.
It took about 100 drawings before Herbert Matter came up with his famous design for New Haven Railroad.
A new short film captures refugee artists carefully modeling treasured Syrian sites destroyed by war.
A 1965 educational film explains.
“Terrifying and beautiful at the same time,” reports one witness.
Max Galka at Metrocosm has taken the most comprehensive dataset on cities and made it come alive in a new video.
The once mobbed-up hotel and casino can’t be protected from an expanding convention center.
Transport for London’s classic font gets touched up for the 21st century.
Minnesota highways have gotten a lot more interesting with the addition of launch-ramps.
Step into a world of ghostly shapes and meditative music with Hey Karl.