“Open Heritage” features digitized, 3D models of over 25 locations from around the world, signaling the start of a major chapter for the field of digital archaeology.
Andrew Garn’s book of photographs invites readers to see pigeons as friendly, feathered neighbors rather than pesky foe.
The Smithsonian is the first museum complex to integrate the interactive androids.
The James Castle House will open to the public, free of charge, this Saturday, April 28, and in the process of renovating the complex there have been some unexpected discoveries.
“Although her views are completely the opposite of mine, no one has the right to judge her personal life,” Ai Weiwei said about his choice to take a selfie with the leader of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party.
For a new map published by Blue Crow Media, Chicago-based architect Iker Gil has selected over 50 examples of concrete and Brutalist buildings across the city and its suburbs to highlight.
The call, by Ethiopia’s ambassador for the UK, followed a suggestion earlier this month by the director of the Victoria & Albert Museum that the objects could be given on long-term loan.
A new typeface updates the nearly 200 century-old system by superimposing raised dots onto carefully configured letterforms, allowing it to be understood by both sight and touch.
The Heron’s Tree is an urban garden designed as a 114-foot-tall, 165-feet-wide tree, poised to rise in the western French city of Nantes.
The Kalamazoo fountain, built in 1940, has been called “horrendous,” “a monument to mistreatment,” and “evil.”
The campaign, launched by Spotify and the MTA, coincides with the pricey and wildly popular exhibition David Bowie is at the Brooklyn Museum.
The museum wants to prevent the David from leaving Canada — but it may face a bidding war with other Canadian museums.