Los Angeles is old. Older than the United States of America, in fact. And it’s easy to see just how old the city is with built:LA, an interactive map that colour-codes the age of over three million LA buildings. Read More >>
Contrary to what the news cycle pounds into our brains, the electric car conversation does not begin and end with Elon Musk. There’s a more affordable and more relevant urban mobility solution than Tesla.
The film takes place in a parched, near-future Australia, where the control of water is the greatest power. As it happens, over the past 20 years Australia has weathered one of the most devastating droughts on the planet.
The current flag of New Zealand defers to the country's former UK rulers and bears a striking resemblance to Australia. 100 years later, it's a sovereign nation which would also very much like to differentiate itself. Read More >>
As rescue efforts in Nepal begin to shift to recovery mode, relief workers in the earthquake-ravaged country are focusing on infrastructure—including the catastrophic loss of so many historic structures.
Eric Fischer’s been working on a project which hopes to discover the world’s most interesting places by examining beautiful Flickr photos. As it turns out, the maps showing the routes between them are just as beautiful. Read More >>