In celebration of New York’s diversity and welcoming spirit, architect and illustrator Ashika Amarnath created a series of illustrations called
In the early years of the 20th century, artist Vernon Howe Bailey documented NYC's transition into a modern metropolis in his detailed magazine illustrations.
In Colossus, illustrator Patrick Vale draws an incredibly detailed line drawing he makes of NYC's skyline from Rockefeller Center shown in a time lapse video.
Q is for Queens, an ABC child's book on Queens, has been gaining substantial tractions. It's kickstarter is on fire and has surpassed its goal very quickly.
Le Pont des Arts in Paris is famous for the "love locks" promising eternal love... But what happens when the relationship is over?
In this week's Art of Style, Kit Mills profiles a very stylish writer, EJ Koh, whose novel Red was just released as an ebook.
The Nemo Amsterdam is an eye-catching example of the city's amazing architecture. Although the name suggests aquarium, the Nemo is home to Amsterdam's Science Center with exhibitions on four floors.
Men with conjoined beards, jars of pickled vegetables, houses blooming out of flowers, a superhero-like beluga whale, and pair of coffee-loving mermaids - welcome to the whimsical artwork of Portland-based illustrator Brooke Weeber, the creator of The Little Canoe.
If you live in Austin and are under the age of 40 you most likely are in a band, ride a bike, and own at least one pair of Toms and a blue chambray shirt.
Untapped Cities spoke to Sophie at the 2012 Mashable Social Good Summit about her involvement in the Measles & Rubella Initiative and what inspires her illustrations of New Yorkers.