Photo Essay

Parc de la Pépinière: A Nursery for Royals

  Parc de la Pépinière is certainly a sight to see in Nancy, a modest city with a population of over 400,000. The park’s name translates from French to “nursery park,” since the park was originally commissioned for a royal nursery, as the name suggested. This area of slightly over […]


The Royal Palace

A Palace Fit for a King at Plaza del Oriente

The Plaza del Oriente is a public plaza converted for pedestrian use that was built as part of the grand design of the entire Palacio Real (The Royal Palace). Although this area used to belong to the royal family, nowadays it remains unoccupied by the royal family of Spain, where […]

5 Pointz of Legacies and Futures of the City

New York City is no stranger to graffiti. While the concept of graffiti originated in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, it only began to evolve into what we know as graffiti today when it transferred over to New York City. With its elaborate subway tunnels and virtually unlimited painting estate with it, it […]