Re+Public app uses your smartphone to visualize historical murals and street art, like long gone pieces at the popular Bowery Mural in NYC by JR, Keith Haring.
When you went out into the streets of NY in the Roaring Twenties, what did you hear? The site attempts to foster exploration of historical soundscape
Consider this a public service announcement with a twist. We’ve come across various departments of New York City that have
This awesome site, Streetmix by Code for America, lets you design your ideal street with buses, trees, bike lanes and more.
Our new favorite online urban eye candy, Manhattan Sideways, is documenting every street, making us reconsider the less documented parts of NYC's grid system.
8-Bit City maps look like 80's video game maps: blocky, pixelated, and uniformly colored. But that's totally the point, says creator Brett Camper.
The Museum Without Walls app is sponsored by CultureNOW, an organization formed in 2002 which celebrates our surroundings as a gallery itself.
Cinemacity is your ultimate guide to Parisian film locations. The app allows you to search for them in many ways and also guides you along themed Cinewalks.
In Geoguessr, you are "dropped" into a random location anywhere in the world on Google Maps Street View and told to figure out where you are.
The app Fontly allows users to document signage in cities around the world. Our interview with founder Brendan Ciecko.