Anthony Derbish

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A photo tour of 15 more stunning public art installations in Toronto

Some of Toronto’s finest art is right out in the open. The city boasts scores of public works everywhere from Regent Park to North York. And as …

Landscape Photography

This Inception-Style Singapore Apartment Complex Is The Best Building In The World

Tired of cramped apartments? Looking for a view of more than a brick wall? Hoping for something more up-to-date than a pre-war building? Well, maybe …

Photographer Ben Thomas Makes The World Look Like A Wes Anderson Set

Spy sun-soaked and color-saturated cityscapes from around the world.<p>For the most part, a natural landscape will always make a pretty picture. Cities, on the other hand, are filled with grit, haphazard construction, and chaos, often requiring a trained eye to make those urban scenes beautiful. …

750 Years in Paris Illustrates the Historical Transformation of the City

French illustrator Vincent Mah <b></b>has long been fascinated by the narratives that cities and their architecture offer to the observer, providing glimpses into our history. Walking through the streets of Paris, Mah began to develop the idea of creating a book that relied on imagery alone to tell the …

France

There's an abandoned subway station at the southern tip of Manhattan, and you have to pass a background check to visit

Even if you use New York's subway system every day, you've probably never walked through the City Hall station.<p>Though it's been closed since 1945, the subway station was never demolished. To this day, after the 6 train makes its final downtown stop at the Brooklyn Bridge station, it travels through …

Brooklyn Bridge

The Great Subway Map War of 1978, revisited

For those too young to remember, the Great Subway Map War of 1978 pitted two schools of New York mapmaking nerds against each other in a heated debate in the Great Hall of Manhattan’s Cooper Union. In one corner were supporters of Italian graphic designer Massimo Vignelli’s modernist, diagrammatic …

New York City Subway's Hidden Treasures in Illustration

New York City Subway’s Hidden Treasures Uncovered<p>Available to Premium &<br>Purple Members<p>A conference celebrating innovation in brand experience, retail …

The 60 Best Street Art Works of 2014

Street art has come in leaps and bounds in the last few years and there seems to be no ends to the creativity and imagination of the world’s street …

Streetwear

Here's what happened when Bogota decided to let graffiti artists do their thing