The exhibition "Give and Take," at Brooklyn's Ground Floor Gallery showcases Ian Trask's stunning recycled compositions made out of New York City waste.
Artist Shani Ha has installed a bistro table split between inside and outside of Greenwich Village's Café Español as part of her installation "Table for Two."
Check out vintage photos of the ten oldest museums in New York City, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum Art, and the Brooklyn Museum.
Map makers Constantine Valhouli and Cat Callaghan have created visualizations of property costs of New York City neighborhoods as well as bordering New Jersey.
Construction workers waiting to receive their paychecks on Christmas Eve, 1931. They erected the tree spontaneously in gratitude for their
Miska Draskoczy's nature photography series "Gowanus Wild" asks viewers to look at the industrial Brooklyn neighborhood from a different perspective.
Landscape ecologist Eric Sanderson and illustrator Markley Boyer used a British map from 1776 to create 3D images of how Manhattan looked in 1609.
Check out this algorithm that helps estimate the nearest cross street for Manhattan addresses, and a map from I Quant NY that shows the system through color.
The Frick Collection's plans to build a new six-story addition that will replace its viewing garden and pavilion has stirred up protest in the preservation community.
To celebrate the opening of its new location at East 82nd Street and Lexington Avenue, the eyewear company Warby Parker has released an Upper East Side Literary Map and Tour that pairs classic New York authors, stories, and places to their physical locations.