Istanbul-based artist Murat Kalkavan has a fascinating style that feels like a 21st century pop-pointillism
A series showing major world cities in a split second, using layered photography to get an essence of the pace of life.
Incredibly tiny paintings of the city of Istanbul, by artist Hasan Kale, using just about anything as the canvas. Some of them are really astoundingly small and intricate. Via Colossal:
NPR has a fascinating look at city layouts, and how they look when when chopped and stacked. Thanks to Ally for the tip! Odd Things Happen When You Chop Up Cities And Stack Them Sideways by ROBERT KRULWICH I don’t know if …