In Paris, the landmark district "La Défense" with its skyscrapers and the monumental Grande Arche building can be seen from almost anywhere in the city, similar to the Eiffel tower. It's mostly a business ... more »
The city of Venice and its bay are among my favorite places. I love going there in winter, when persistent fog, high tide and abandoned canals offer a rough yet unique and authentic experience. ... more »
In the heart of Tuscany, Italy lies a small village called Collodi. It happened to be the birthplace of Carlo Lorenzini’s mother. Carlo himself spent a major part of his childhood there and later became ... more »
Tucked away behind some regular, old and venerable Venetian houses, not far away from the jetty and the sea on one side and to Arsenale on the other side lies a different sort of Venetian building. ... more »
This is a nice one.
A work of game art by UBERMORGEN.COM, and an homage to mid-90s net art.
Clickistan resides between the 7th and 8th bit of every byte
it is ruled by generosity and playful curiosity
its ... more »
Albin Ray was in the neighbourhood.
Actually quite some time ago but I've never taken a picture of this, so far.
I just love this artist's handwriting and poetic statements in urban chaos.
Albin Ray ... more »
Pieces of berlin is a photoblog by Florian Reischauer about Berlin and its people.
I especially like the fact that the artist works with an old medium format camera and expired films - it gives a very ... more »
In Moscow the other day, I happened to come across this lovely view in a kind of backyard of the famous Tretyakov Gallery. I found this next to garbage bins and other former art pieces...
We actually ... more »
Now, this is what I call creative use of whitespace.
Seattle based Lead Pencil Studio have created a stunning installation at the U.S. / Canada boarder close to Vancouver. A steel frame framing nothing ... more »