‘to examine and influence’The Urbanist - Examining urban policy to improve cities and quality of life.
‘urban utopias’ (or not)Welcome to Paradise
‘crowdmapping cities’EcoCitizen World Map
aggregates facts about cities288 Cities
a birthday salute150 great things about the Underground
'cities, people and place'Urbanphoto
'travel time maps'Mapnificent – "Shows you areas you can reach with public transport in a given time."
a photographic 'journey'desolate|metropolis
Exploring has had a huge influence over my photographic life, but by no means is this solely an "exploring website". This site is my outlet for all my creative endeavors, whether they be exploring photography, nature photography, model photography, digital art, or even video production.
'diverse streams of urbanism'Free Association Design (F.A.D.) – "explores space, place and systems through a range of writings, experiences and design research methods"
exploring digital dataNetwork&Society
Over the past decade, the development of digital networks and operations has produced an unprecedented wealth of information. Handheld electronics, location devices, telecommunications networks, and a wide assortment of tags and sensors are constantly producing a rich stream of data reflecting various aspects of urban life...
another hyperlocal effortRaise the Hammer
Raise the Hammer is a group of Hamilton, Ontario citizens who believe in our city's potential and are willing to get involved in making the city a more vibrant, livable, and attractive place to live and work.
'urban scapes'Andrea Bosio - Urban Architecture Photography (Flash)
staples as artLow-Rise
Low-Rise is a precarious assemblage of thousands of free-standing stacks of staples densely tessellated to create a city-like mosaic. Like a city, the staples are subject to the elements, on a micro scale. The slightest breath or vibration and the domino effect kicks in.
'ruins of passing time'art less pollution
'walls with stuff written on'Pictures of Walls
signage/typographyThe Journal of Urban Typography
'communication in public spaces'urbanarchives.org
finding 'unintended beauty'Artifacts from the Vernacular Urban Landscape
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