If you live in Costa Rica, your mailman knows your home by description, not address
Mumbai’s blind train hawkers use only sound, smell, and touch to get around one of the world’s busiest cities
Supporters of Raila Odinga crowd a truck on the way home from a presidential election rally
Bootstrapped transit traverses cities, rivers, and deserts where subways would leave us stranded
Artist Joan Pons Moll uses typography to visualize running routes
More than 15,000 stalls and 400,000 shoppers cram into Chatuchak Market each weekend
Gulistan Market, one of the busiest parts of one of the most crowded cities in the world, hums at all hours, with shoppers hunting for goods of all shapes and sizes
Houston’s community gardeners are seeking arable land on an industrial landscape
Gap Filler has reactivated 58 sites destroyed by Christchurch’s earthquakes
Greetings and a huge informal welcome to the new Makeshift!
Over the past six months, we took some time to…
Something small is coming–a more portable Makeshift with an experience we’re proud to put our new stamp on…
Today marks the launch of the Crowds Issue, and we’re camping out at Clinton Global Initiative, where folks are…
If you live in Costa Rica, your mailman knows your home by description, not address.