Geometric Land And Cityscapes #paisajeurbano
. Illustrator Scott Uminga stacks hundreds layers to create vibrant landscapes and cityscapes. His geometric style resembles photography by Fong Qi Wei and
Eduardo Terrazas: The Cosmos Is Square - ELEPHANT
Of another era yet rooted in contemporary Mexican culture, the elegant abstract art of eighty-two-year-old Eduardo Terrazas—who co-designed the op art aesthetic of the 1968 Mexico City Olympics—is experiencing a comeback.
A Photographer Is Using Creepy Pictures Of People Using Their Phones To Highlight Social Isolation
Max Cavallari thinks phones are "deleting the social relationships between us".
The Ubiquity of Smartphones, as Captured by Photographers
The total number of smartphone users worldwide will reach an estimated 3 billion this year—here's a look at the visual landscape.
Which is the world’s most wasteful city?
Mumbai produces 11,000 tonnes of trash per day, Cairo feeds garbage to pigs and China’s waste is growing twice as fast as its population – but it’s the wealthiest cities that throw the most away
Document reveals bin men knock off 4 hours early as rubbish piles up in Capital
BIN men are finishing their shifts up to four hours early while the Capital's streets pile up with litter, according to a private council document.