China’s ‘Silk Road urbanism’ is changing cities from London to Kampala – can locals keep control?

Map of part of the China Belt and Road Intitiative that will drive silk road urbanism

Amid this geopolitical competition, Silk Road urbanism will exert significant influence over how cities develop into the 21st century Jonathan Silver, University of Sheffield and Alan Wiig, University of Massachusetts Boston A massive redevelopment of the old Royal Albert Dock in East London is transforming the derelict waterfront to a gleaming business district. The project, … Read moreChina’s ‘Silk Road urbanism’ is changing cities from London to Kampala – can locals keep control?

Detroit Street Art: The Decline of Detroit, Poverty and Racial Tensions

We cover graffiti art follows this schema: We share a photo of the piece on location, We highlight conversations that this particular piece of street art invites. We breathe life into contextual issues. Today we chanced upon a collection of Detroit street art. Enjoy…