Rob Walker says: "I've been collecting examples of artists, coders, and designers making brilliant creative (mis)use of Google Earth, Street View, and other Google products. Now I've finally collected a bunch of my favorites in one big, whopping post. What did I miss??"
For example, in the video above, "Ben West and Felix Heyes used Google to search every word in the dictionary, grabbed the top Image result for each, and assembled a 1,240-page book (titled “Google”) of the results."
Rob Walker's Googleheim Museum
Rotterdam wanted to honor the history of its public market by creating a space that felt open even though it was enclosed. The resulting Markthal has a beautiful vaulted ceiling adorned with bright murals of food.
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