Branislav Kropilak’s photos of indoor car parks and illuminated billboard posts are simply stunning.

Alan Wolfson is a native New Yorker who has spent decades creating miniature urban sculptures that recall the changing landscape of NYC. Often, he creates with painstaking detail models of places that have actually existed, like Katz’s Deli (below).

Similarly, Michael Paul Smith creates scale model nostalgic environments that he photographs in a manner that would make you swear they’re real. All of the images that he creates are of a fantasy town that he’s named Elgin Park.

I can recall the first time I came across Dan Flavin’s artwork in person. I was completely enamored by it and still am. Yet, I’d struggle to explain exactly what it is that I’m so compelled by in his work. More interesting to me than what an adult would have to say of his work is what a child might have to say. Here are 3 minutes worth of kid’s opinions on an untitled Dan Flavin piece that was installed in their Liverpool school for one day.

15 Extraordinary Black & White Films (Since 1980)

The White Ribbon by Michael Haneke, 2009
Control by Anton Corbijn, 2007
Lake of Fire by Tony Kaye, 2006
Angel-A by Luc Besson, 2005
Dark Days by Marc Singer, 2000
Institute Benjamenta by the Brothers Quay, 1996
La Haine by Mathieu Kassovitz,1995
Dead Man by Jim Jarmusch, 1995
Ed Wood by Tim Burton, 1994
Man Bites Dog by Remy Belvaux, Andre Bonzel, and Benoit Poelvoorde, 1992
Tetsuo: The Iron Man by Shinya Tsukamoto, 1989
Wings of Desire by Wim Wenders, 1987
Rumble Fish by Francis Ford Coppola, 1983
The Elephant Man by David Lynch, 1980
Raging Bull by Martin Scorsese, 1980

Metropolis II is a short docu-film on the kinetic sculpture of the same name created by Chris Burden. The project which took 4 years to build is a massive cityscape inhabited by a never ending stream of toy car traffic.