Street artist Ernest Zacharevic has painted murals around New York City based on photos of street life that Martha Cooper took in the 1970s and '80s.
What do Dr. Seuss, Ernest Hemingway and Dorothy Parker have in common? They all worked for PM, a highly progressive NYC newspaper that ran from 1940 to 1948.
Brooklyn in Progress at Usagi NY Gallery shows projects by Marvel Architects, behind some of Brooklyn's biggest architectural endeavors of the past few years.
Russia's Peter the Great's first palace in Petersburg was a mere 710 square feet, smaller than the average one-bedroom apartment in Manhattan.
With the typical platform lying 187 feet below ground, St. Petersburg boasts the deepest subway system in the world. Admiralteyskaya is 282 feet deep.
With mosaics and murals, these hidden art courtyards showcasing street art, mosaics, and more give historic St. Petersburg, Russia some modern flair.