Yeti: 5chw4r7z checks out the first solo exhibit by Cincinnati’s notorious street artist.
My Soapbox: Zan McQuade, the Cincinnati Anthology: the editor of the just-published Cincinnati Anthology discusses her relationship with the Queen City.
Kentile Coming Down?: this may be the end for Brooklyn’s majestic, iconic ghost sign.
The Great Brooklyn House Snooping of 1978: photographer Dinanda H. Nooney photographed Brooklyn homes and residents back in the 70s, with incredible results.
10 Up-and-Coming Neighborhoods around the USA: FYI, Over-the-Rhine did not make this list.
Secret Republic — Designing a Better Urban Ecosystem: a series of really clever urban interventions involving signs.
Katharina Roters’ Hungarian Cubes: slideshow of small-scale residential housing built after World War II, personalised over the years by the inhabitants.
That Secret Republic post, I’ve always loved the unintentional art created by scrubbing graffiti. I was going to say something about how many colors of grey are there but then realized that joke writes itself. You’d think everyone would agree on what constitutes grey.