Urbex, Urban Art & More
Chemin de fer de Petite Ceinture is a circular abandoned railway known as the “Little Belt Railway” looping around the old fortified walls of Paris.
Artist Gaëlle Villedary created this beautiful turf grass carpet, which winds through the French village of Jaujac, to celebrate ten years of its annual arts and nature trail programmes.
This week’s link round-up features a range of topics from urban exploration to urban art, deadly volcanoes to rain-drenched cityscapes. Enjoy!
Rain-soaked streets and heavy skies are enough to send most of us running for shelter. But that’s when photographer Christophe Jacrot heads outdoors.
Aircraft graveyards can be compelling and lead to atmospheric urbex photography, but it’s sad to see historic aircraft left to the mercy of vandals and the elements.
Urban homesteading encompasses a range of ideas, including urban farming and urban agriculture, relating to the practice of sustainable living.
The Braddock Mosaic Park – the brainchild of sculptor James Simon – saw the transformation of an abandoned lot into a stunning urban space, adopting recycled materials and harnessing the creativity of local youth.
Dubbed “hotel of doom”, the vast concrete skeleton of the Ryugyong Hotel has loomed over Pyongyang for years. But completion finally appears to be on the horizon…
The fifth installment of our weekly link round-up delves into urbex photography and abandoned places, amazing crystal caves, light graffiti and urban interventionism.
With many now being phased out across Britain, the iconic red telephone box has been repurposed as libraries and toilets and transformed into recycled art.
Most fast food chains look the same no matter where you go in the world but there are some notable exceptions – and this article highlights five of them.
Near the Rhyolite ghost town in Nevada’s Mojave Desert stands a strange museum, boasting one of the most evocative art installations of the American west – The Last Supper.
They might not seem the likeliest of urbex subjects but abandoned pianos have captured the imaginations of photographers and urban explorers all over the world.
Our weekly link round-up is back, highlighting more great content from our friends, partners and sites we admire and delving into the worlds of urbex, urban and recycled art, offbeat travel destinations and more.
Norfolk has more ruined churches than any other English county. Many of these abandoned buildings are among the most overgrown churches in the world.