Urbex, Urban Art & More
Lying in 50 metres of water off the coast of Papua New Guinea, the remarkably intact B-17 Flying Fortress “Black Jack”, discovered in 1986, is one of the most unique and important Pacific aircraft wrecks.
For her series Broken Houses, artist Ofra Lapid sought inspiration from an amateur photographer who has documented decaying and abandoned buildings across North Dakota.
Leicester is one of the oldest cities in the UK, with earliest references from 2,000 year ago. A city with so much history will naturally have its share of spooky tales to tell.
Acclaimed artist Jason deCaires Taylor combined his BA in Sculpture with 17 years diving experience to create some of the world’s most amazing underwater art installations.
Elevators have the potential for enormous chills: claustrophobic rooms suspended by cables in a large, open shaft which could open upon any situation – some say even ghosts…
This article offers a 6-part guide to abandoned buildings and urban exploration, as well as urbex accessories such as mouse pads – learn more about this strange hobby here!
Paris, New York, Beijing: have you ever wondered what some of the world’s most bustling cities would look like almost completely devoid of people? Find out now…
This impressive work of geek art sees Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece The Mona Lisa recreated in collage-form from discarded motherboards and computer chips.
East Ham Nature Reserve is a haunting location for those who enjoy wildlife as well as the more morbidly curious visitor in search of forgotten folks from the past.
The Plain of Jars is an area of the Xieng Khouang plateau in Laos scattered with mysterious megalithic jars dating to around 500 BC. But what could their purpose have been?
Graffiti has long been considered by governments and local officials worldwide as somewhat of a nuisance. Yet the phenomenon has become an unavoidable part of everyday life.
If you think all urbex accessories are designed to be taken into the field for infiltration purposes, you’ve clearly missed the likes of search engines and mouse pads!
Avro Vulcan XM597 made a heroic emergency landing in Rio de Janeiro during the Falklands War, but in later life the ex-nuclear bomber aircraft has become a home for nesting swallows.
Despite the presence of the Borders Gliding Club, little remains to betray the history of this grass expanse at Milfield in the English county of Northumberland.
Documented by photographer Kevin Bauman, the 24-block neighbourhood of Midtown Detroit known as Brush Park had once been an oasis of grand homes aimed at the city’s elite.