Even as we dream of shiny new futures, many of us are captivated by images of crumbling modern buildings — mental institutions that have faded from use, amusement parks reclaimed by nature, houses that will never again serve as homes.
The City of Colours street art festival, an offshoot of the Sneaks and Peaks event from previous years, gives some of the UK's best street artists the chance to show off their supreme skills on a scale that makes your eyes pop.
By Kara Moses The streets of Birmingham and 9 other UK cities look a little different this Monday morning. Guerrilla install crews have swapped 365 adverts with art works, creating the largest unau...
"Swapping them is easier than you’d imagine. All you need are some of the magic cabinet keys and a trusty hi-viz vest to remain hidden in plain sight. So if you don’t like what we’ve put up, check out the guide (on the Brandalism website) to opening the cabinets, and replace it with something you prefer. Because after all, they’re your streets."
The year's almost at and end and that means there are plenty of bucket lists floating around, featuring interesting places like castles and theme parks. Well, here's one more list to add to your collection.
There's a lot of people 'forgetting' some very large, impressive buildings here. How can gaps in memory be so big?
No trespassing signs cower around urban explorer Bradley Garrett as he infiltrates the worlds most beautiful and forbidden places. He does this so that you can enjoy these views without getting thrown in jail.