We present to you “Around the World with Type”, a shout-out to all the beautiful places and people out there!
“In a City” takes an intimate look at the cities we live in by the simple and solitary act of walking through them.
Disney’s Academy Awards-nominated short film “Paperman” is a unique take on the serendipity of city life.
NITE OWL is an exhibition featuring photographs by Angus McIntyre, curated by the Civic Historian and Author John Atkin at the Baron Gallery in Vancouver
Viewing his Mount Pleasant neighbourhood from behind a camera gave Emmanuel Buenviaje a new perspective on Vancouver.
Deck Two’s Global City is a mural that, as its name suggests, aims to encompass the world, or at least, its architecture.
One of the most talked about sites in Vancouver’s recent history is the former Olympic Village. From the Olympic celebrations to the eco-sustainability of it’s infrastructure to the cost overruns and lingering public debt, the site has been the subject of more coverage than any other neighbourhood in recent memory. …
Kaid Benfield captures the beautiful colours of a New York City evening in this video slideshow.
All images (c)2011 by F. Kaid Benfield. Music: Sharon Shannon featuring Kirsty MacColl, “Libertango” (via YouTube Audio Swap)
Dave Delisle has created a map of Vancouver’s SkyTrain transit system, done in the Super Mario Bros 3 map style.
8-Bit Cities make cities feel foreign yet familiar by bringing together the lo-fi maps of 1980s role-playing games and today’s web maps.