Designers at Studio Vollaerszwart have transformed building facades across The Hague with Dutch artist Piet Mondrian's iconic red, blue, yellow, and white grids to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the De Stijl movement.
Known for its progressive culture, Denver is the first city in the US to legalize cannabis. We speak to changemakers on the ground to see how working alongside - rather than against - the system, has affected their ability to innovate and create, and ultimately contribute to a more empowered society.
Once the center of American steel, Pittsburgh went through an implosive period during the 80s but has since reemerged from the ashes of deindustrialization, forging a new identity as the next great U.S. metropolis—one that equally embraces resourcefulness, innovation and creativity. We continue with our #CreativeCitiesUSA series to see how the city is leading the way in America’s Rust Belt.
Three years after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, musician and artist manager Jay Pennington and multi-media installation artist Delaney Martin brought Airlift to life to encourage musicians to stay and to preserve the City's musical legacy.
New Orleans, the Big Easy or simply NOLA—it is the multicultural, cosmopolitan land of brass, jazz and blues that's survived many economic struggles and natural disasters and has somehow maintained its resilient spirit. We continue with our #CreativeCitiesUSA series to see how the city has rebuilt itself since Hurricane Katrina.