The artist built a 75-foot-long humanimal inside the soon-to-be-demolished refinery.
The city says "no" to an artwork that says, loudly, "YES!"
Nearly 100,000 people signed up—360 got to ride.
An artist making humorous miniature scenes is transforming the city into Lilliput.
Navigate the city in a new way.
A Philadelphia art installation is rethinking that insipid old Muzak.
Paint them with fish, skeletons, and optical illusions, as is the M.O. of urban trickster Roadsworth.
Yoonjin Lee makes abandoned gloves and lip balm look like they're crying out for help.
They're made of colorful pool noodles.
Although technically, it should be the "Dude Abiding Park."
A sidewalk transformation from New Zealand.
Alas, city transport bosses do not seem to have enjoyed this stunt as much as their riders.
Much kissing ensued.
When there's no other arts funding in sight, there's always the municipal waste budget.
In a weird Multiplicity-esque project, an artist is changing realtors' bus-stop advertisements to feature his own face.
The LED-dripping Mount Fuji is almost as spectacular as the real mountain.
With an upcoming art installation, anyone can "adopt" a tiny figurine online and wait for it to be found in Singapore.
A tricky puzzle just got much harder.
And also ones that look like zippers.
"We can't just let the destruction of a building stop the efforts that we have been making."