The round-up of our favorite links this week curated by the Untapped Cities’ staff includes a photo of a brave New York skateboarder jumping over subway tracts and a vanishing cotton candy art installation.
The old Domino Sugar building in Brooklyn with play host to a temporary urban farm and bike course. [Curbed NY]
Photo: A brave skateboarder jumps over the New York City subway tracks. [The Gothamist]
Do airports have personalities? The strange beauty and characteristics of airports as photographed from above. [Atlantic Cities]
Private letters hidden in Public Walls: A letter delivered to Monsieur le Baron de Thénard. [The Huffington Post]
An artist created a cotton candy installation…and it was gone within hours. [Sick of the Radio]
Can you spot the trash hidden among these Roman ruins? [Atlantic Cities]
This underground art gallery makes waiting for the subway so much more colorful. [Atlantic Cities]