Urban Jungle Street View Transforms our World

This image is a street view of 123rd & Lenox in New York City, right around the corner from the Laboratory in Harlem. It WAS from a crazy cool/odd/diverting website experiment called Urban Jungle Street View, which filtered New York City, San Francisco, and many any other locales through an Amazonian lens — an eco system of vines, trees, and vines you can wander through. Stockholm-based web developer, Einar Öberg modified Google Street View because he loves “the idea of an abandoned world where nature is taking over.”  So do we.

Unfortunately, 5 years later,  Urban Jungle Street View, is not longer active.

via Fast Company

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