We Feel Fine
An exploration of human emotion, in six movements by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar. This site is an engrossing dynamic visual representation of the emotional state of the internet.
A fascinating and visually stunning blog about landscape architecture and related fields such as horticulture, cartography, and urban planning.
Always full of intriguing images, this blog covers the intersections of design, information visualization and visual communication.
Just try it!
Archival images of important New York City buildings.
A weblog devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future.
Bentley Snow Crystal Collection
The Buffalo Museum of Science provides incredible close-ups of snow crystals.
The Interstitial Library
by Christine Hill and Shelley Jackson
A library, perhaps, in a parallel universe
Illustrated true secrets scanned from postcards. Open for submissions.
You Are Beautiful
Fed up with how brands are appropriating street art? use stickers, installation and billboards to proclaim "you are beautiful."
by Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries
Web-based flash animation with text and music, for the seeker in us all!
From the "About" link: "This project started some eight years ago. An attempt to do justice to the term 'political' and 'geo-political' globe. Trying to tell the lie (of abstraction and visualization) that tells the truth. By now there are more than 200 different globes."
Baby Name Wizard
Explore the sea of names, letter by letter...watch trends rise and fall, and dive in deeper to see your favorite name's place in the historical tides. The Baby Name Wizard's NameVoyager is an interactive portrait of America's name choices. Start with a "sea" of nearly 5000 names. Type a letter, and you'll zoom in to focus on how that initial has been used over the past century. Then type a few more letters, or a name. Each stripe is a timeline of one name, its width reflecting the name's changing popularity. If a name intrigues you, click on its stripe for a closer look.
Today's Front Pages
Front pages from Newspaper's around the world.
"An independent, nonpartisan resource on trends in American public opinion."
AIA New York
Art Sales Index
Body, Space and Technology
Bronx Public Art
Brooklyn Daily Eagle Archives
Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project
Consciousness, Literature and the Arts
Crossings: Electronic Journal of Art and Technology
Dictionary of the History of Ideas
Folkstreams: The Best of American Folklore Films
In the First Person
International Journal of Education and the Arts
The Met's Works of Art
Museum and Society
Museum of the Moving Image
New York Magazine's Online Fashion Section
Nexus Network Journal
Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide
NYPL Dance Collection
NYPL Digital Gallery of Images
Papers of Surrealism
Philament: an online journal of the arts and culture
Royal Academy of Arts Permanent Collections
RIBA Online Catalog
Smithsonian Archives of American Art
Stereogrpah Cards Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Online
Scan: Journal of Media Arts Culture
Studies in Western Tapestry
Thesaurus for Graphic Materials
United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
UBC Library Vault