CNN Site Map (Galleries) for June - 2015
- 2015-06-30This dramatic chapel, designed by Ryyuich Ashizawa, accepts all faiths and is free from iconography. It was hoped that the huge window facing over the sea would imbue the space with a sense of the sacred.
Images via "Closer to God: Religious Archit
- 2015-06-30New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, joined by his family, announces his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination on June 30 at Livingston High School in Livingston Township, New Jersey.
- 2015-06-30Corset by Detolle for Mainbocher, 1939
His name may not be as familiar as his contemporaries Richard Avedon and Irving Penn, but surrealist Horst P. Horst is one of fashion's celebrated photographers, responsible for some of the most memorable image
- 2015-06-30Revolver record sleeve (for EMI Records) by Klaus Voorman, 1965
"Illustration is the people's art," says Lawrence Zeegen, dean of the London College of Communication's School of Design. It's with this in mind that he's writt
- 2015-06-30Don't judge a book by its... You know the rest. But over the years, numerous extraordinary examples of art and design have graced the covers of books. Here David Pearson, a British-based book cover designer, selects the best of the best.
The one tha
- 2015-06-30Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia
Height: 167 meters (548 feet)
Chief architect: John McArthur, Jr.
While ascending to the Philadelphia City Hall's observation deck in a tiny elevator, visitors can see the internal
- 2015-06-30Checked bag fees. Your first checked bag won't be included in every JetBlue fare anymore. Here are some other fees that airlines charge to transport all sorts of things.
- 2015-06-30For hiking and photography enthusiasts, there is no better place on the Great Wall of China than the dramatic and difficult Jiankou section, says CNN cameraman Brad Olson. Located about 90 km from Beijing, the Ming Dynasty relic is best entered from the
- 2015-06-30The former U.S. Embassy in Tehran, Iran, where anti-Americanism raged and hostages taken in 1979 were held for 444 days, is now an Islamic cultural center and a propaganda museum of sorts for the Islamic Revolution. CNN visited the site as negotiations ov
- 2015-06-30Kaksaluttanen Arctic Resort, Lapland
Imagine watching the northern lights in Finland through the transparent, geometric roof of your own glass igloo, or stargazing in Chile through the window of your specially designed cabin-observatory, or watching the
- 2015-06-30Battersea Power Station is one of London's best-loved landmarks.
- 2015-06-30You might not know M.C. Escher's name, but chances are you've seen his staircases seamlessly looping for eternity, hands impossibly drawing one another into being, or bearded face calming staring back at you from a reflective ball.
- 2015-06-30The Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival runs September 24-27. Among attractions is the World Oyster Opening Championships, in which teams compete to shuck the most shellfish.
- 2015-06-30The 1953 Firebird I XP-21 is among the spectacular concept cars featured at an Atlanta's High Museum of Art exhibit titled, "Dream Cars." This one-of-a-kind, plane-like automobile was created by legendary General Motors designer Harley Ear
- 2015-06-30Parents should watch out for added sugar in flavored yogurt branded for kids. Click through our gallery for more information on kid-friendly food that might contain extra sugar.
- 2015-06-30The 1990s was a period of experimentation. Many of the works dealt with explorations of the self and identity. Qiu Zhijie painted the Chinese character "No" across his body and the wall behind him such that his body becomes negated in the proces
- 2015-06-30This BBQ joint in North Georgia is the nation's No. 1 barbecue restaurant, according to travel site TripAdvisor. The site created a list of America's 10 best BBQ restaurants based on the volume of reviews and the quality and quantity of reviews.
- 2015-06-30Search and rescue teams work at the site where an Indonesian air force cargo plane crashed in Medan, Indonesia, on Tuesday, June 30.
- 2015-06-30While food accounts for a large portion of the added sugar in our diet, many experts recommend cutting back on sugary beverages to reduce daily intake. Consumption of sugary drinks might lead to an estimated 184,000 adult deaths each year worldwide, accor
- 2015-06-30Rainbow flag creator Gilbert Baker marches during the 2015 San Francisco Pride Parade. Baker says he wept when the Supreme Court announced its decision making same-sex marriage legal nationwide.
- 2015-06-29City dwellers are perhaps more acquainted with the architecture of their phones than the skyscrapers that carve out their commutes. However, Hong Kong-based photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagrѐze reckons eyes should be diverted upward. Documenting the coloss
- 2015-06-29Shakespeare's London
This is the earliest extant map of the British capital, created in Cologne by Georg Braun and Franz Hogenberg in 1575, when William Shakespeare was 11 years old.
It was intended as an armchair traveler's companion, to both
- 2015-06-29When you have cash to spend, launching a passion project becomes a whole lot easier. CNN looks at celebrities who turned their love of music into a side business. Guy Richie, pictured here with his wife Jacqui Ainsley, founded Punchbowl Recordings, named
- 2015-06-29St. Valerius at rest in in Weyarn, Germany
When archaeologists unlocked the catacombs of Rome in 1578, they unleashed a wave of religious fervor. Catholic officials disinterred skeletal remains, which they assumed to be early Christian martyrs, and had a
- 2015-06-29Hipgnosis was the most important design collective in music history. Their innovative cover art defines the albums of the biggest names of the late 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s. Now Aubrey 'Po' Powell, the last surviving member of the collective
- 2015-06-29Set to open in Miami Beach in 2016, the LAAM will house an impressive collection of Latin American art, as well as several apartments, which will be built at a later phase. The 90,000 square foot (8,300 square meters) institution will rise on Biscayne Bou
- 2015-06-29New York designer Thom Browne is charged with making the shrunken suit a men's style requisite, and putting on theatrical shows worthy of Alexander McQueen. After starting his own line in 2001, he branched into womenswear in 2003. He's been crea
- 2015-06-29Musician and producer Holly Herndon has released four albums. The latest, Platform, deals with her relationship with technology.
- 2015-06-29Business mogul Donald Trump announces his candidacy for the U.S. presidency at Trump Tower on Tuesday, June 16, 2015, in New York City.
- 2015-06-29Architects rarely lack creativity, but they frequently lack the freedom to explore it. Clients have preferences and there are often building restrictions in place, which inevitably force architects to compromise on their vision.
But what if those limits
- 2015-06-29The team at Mnarani Marine Turtle Conservation Pond nurture newly hatched babies to adolescence and nurse rescued adults to good health.
- 2015-06-29Seventy-one-year-old Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto has had a place at the vanguard since he debuted in Paris in 1981. Along with his menswear line, he heads his own womenswear line and Y-3, an ongoing fashion collaboration with Adidas.
- 2015-06-29Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou shakes hands with a victim on Sunday, June 28. The New Taipei City fire department says 200 people were injured in an accidental explosion of colored theatrical powder near a performance stage where about 1,000 people gath
- 2015-06-29Welcome to Tokyo's Narita International Airport, where rubber running tracks snake across the floors, guiding passengers from entrance to airplane, and back again.
- 2015-06-29For those fascinated by the meticulous craft of watchmaking, there are few more important events than Baselworld -- the annual trade show for the international watch and jewelry industry in the Swiss border city of Basel. There, visitors have the chance t
- 2015-06-29Korean artist JeeYoung Lee creates worlds of surreal beauty and mystery in her tiny 3 meter x 6 meter studio in the Mangwon-dong neighborhood of Seoul. The 30-year-old documents her dreams, memories, and emotions by building thematic sets, and photographi
- 2015-06-29Featuring nine low-slung pavilions connected by outdoor walkways, the winning design for Guggenheim's Helsinki branch is the work of relatively unknown Paris firm Moreau Kusonoki.
- 2015-06-29The adventures of princesses, knights and witches aren't just for kids anymore. With her Russ Land series, Russian photographer Uldus Bakhtiozina has completely reinterpreted the fairy tales of her youth, mixing pagan folklore and grown-up subtexts.
- 2015-06-29Around 90 cars, from British classic to iconic racing vehicles, went under the hammer on June 26. The bevy of beautifully-crafted automobiles were part of the Annual Goodwood Festival of Speed sale adjudicated by esteemed auction house, Bonhams. Perhaps t
- 2015-06-29Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou shakes hands with a victim on June 28, 2015. The New Taipei City fire department says 200 people were injured in an accidental explosion of colored theatrical powder Saturday night near a performance stage where about 1,00
- 2015-06-29Throughout Africa, chefs are getting creative. From Ghana to Namibia, they're tweaking traditional recipes, or reaching into the past to revive ancient dishes.
- 2015-06-29Designed by 3XN, this stunning aquarium was Inspired by the shape of natural whirlpools, water streams, shoals of fish and flocks of birds. It was completed in 2013.
- 2015-06-29Since the dawn of time, humans have built shelters in the wilderness to protect them from storms and dangers lurking in the dark. Society may have changed, but the yearning persists -- with urbanites in particular seeking to escape the stresses of city li
- 2015-06-29Impossible Buildings by Victor Enrich
Two slides elegantly extend out of the second and third floor of an apartment building; a floating stairway props out of a block of flats...leading nowhere; an office tower at least 20 stories high is split down the
- 2015-06-2912 presidential candidates speak out on gay marriage ruling
- 2015-06-29Waiting at a bus stop is widely held to be one of life's most mundane experiences. But that's no longer so if you happen to be a resident in the small village of Krumbach, western Austria.
There, the town's cultural association invited s
- 2015-06-29Hotels.com's Club Sandwich Index (CSI) ranks cities according to the average price you can expect to pay for the beloved stack of bread and meat, a cup of coffee, a burger meal and a glass of house red wine in their hotels. While nine international c
- 2015-06-29David Herrera-Santos, left, and Carlos Santos-Herrera, right, hold their marriage certificate on the steps of an Atlanta courthouse. Photos by Kelly Embry (www.kellyembryphoto.com).
- 2015-06-29Kids on the street in Majuro, Marshall Islands, in the remote Pacific, can tell you anything you want to know about climate change. They know the seas are rising. This basketball court is next to the foundation of a house destroyed in a recent flood.
- 2015-06-29On the southern shore of Nantucket, Surfside Beach (pictured) is one of the town's most popular spots for picnics, surfcasting and, of course, long slow walks.
- 2015-06-29This painting is notable for its heavy use of gold foil. It was produced at the apex of Klimt's "golden period".
- 2015-06-29From his floating studio, a paddle board, Sean Yoro creates stunning portraits of women, whose lifelike features barely escape the waterline.
The artist, also known as Hula, is based in New York City but is originally from Hawaii: "I grew up on Oah
- 2015-06-29Do you fancy driving a Lamborghini down a picturesque country road in France, revving your car's powerful engine while the stunning scenery whizzes past you? And how about an al-fresco Michelin-star lunch, followed by a helicopter ride to Monaco and
- 2015-06-29Agape "Agi" Mdumulla and Sam Cotton, the two twenty-something Londoners behind Agi & Sam, have drawn the attention and support of Paul Smith and British GQ editor Dylan Jones with their in-your-face prints and off-beat styling. They were nom
- 2015-06-27People lay flowers on the beach in front of Hotel Riu Imperial Marhaba, in the coastal city of Sousse, Tunisia, on Saturday, June 27. Gunmen killed at least 38 people at site, the same day terrorists lashed out brutally in France and bombed a mosque in Ku
- 2015-06-27"A pic for the future kids. So they can see that their moms were at the Supreme Court the day love became law," said Rachel Evans via Instagram.
- 2015-06-2730 year old Mohammad Sameer lost two of his children because of the heatwave. His two surviving children are in the hospital suffering from dehydration.
- 2015-06-27The World's Ugliest Dog Competition was held Friday, June 26, in Petaluma, California. Quasi Modo, a short-spined dog from Loxahatchee, Florida, claimed the dubious title from a group of 27 competitors.
- 2015-06-27The White House is lit up in rainbow colors in commemoration of the Supreme Court's ruling to legalize same-sex marriage on Friday, June 26. The court ruled that states cannot ban same-sex marriage, handing gay rights advocates their biggest victory
- 2015-06-26The annual Serpentine Gallery installation in London has now been unveiled - and it's a futuristic sight to behold.
The outdoor installation has been designed by a different architect each year since 2000 to attract visitors from around the world.
- 2015-06-26Mourners in Columbia, South Carolina, pay their respects to state Sen. Clementa Pinckney as his body lies in the South Carolina State House on Wednesday, June 24. Pinckney, 41, was one of the nine people killed in a church shooting June 17 in Charleston,
- 2015-06-26Award-winning photographer Phil Stern captured everything from the battlefield to Hollywood Boulevard. He died Saturday, December 13, at the age 95. Shown is one of his photos of Marilyn Monroe in 1953. Take a look at some of his other iconic images from
- 2015-06-26Mazoun Almellehan, 16, has been called the "Malala of Syria" for her campaign to make sure girls in Jordan's refugee camps get an education.
- 2015-06-26The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that same-sex marriage is legal nationwide, a decision that profoundly affects the lives of millions of Americans. Some legal scholars see the court's movement on gay rights issues as proof that it is a force for change. B
- 2015-06-26A sprawling tent city has arisen from the UK's Somerset countryside for the Glastonbury Festival. More than 175,000 partiers have crammed into the 900-acre Worthy Farm for the five-day event, which will see more than 2,000 acts across dozens of stage
- 2015-06-26President Barack Obama delivers the eulogy for South Carolina state Sen. Clementa Pinckney on Friday, June 26. Pinckney was a pastor at the Charleston, South Carolina, church where he and eight other people were fatally shot on June 17. Pinckney was 41 ye
- 2015-06-26British photographer Terry O'Neill has spent his life peering into the world of celebrity. One of the world's most collected photographers, he has snapped stars including Brigitte Bardot, Audrey Hepburn and Faye Dunaway.
Running until March 1
- 2015-06-26These haunting portraits by photographer Jono Rotman offer a close look at the largest gang in New Zealand, the Mongrel Mob. After coordinating with a gang liaison, Rotman met mob members and gained unprecedented access to them. He took these portraits i
- 2015-06-26Lara Sanjar, owner of Wild Renata Flowers, has been adorning more than just weddings with her unusual floral displays (like, you know, beards). Browse the gallery to see more images of her work.
- 2015-06-26The seminal '80s film "St. Elmo's Fire" is 30 years old; it was released on June 28, 1985. It was the first film to come out after a now-famous New York magazine article labeled some of its stars members of Hollywood's "Brat
- 2015-06-26At first glance, this young man appears to be flying through air.
In fact, he is one of a number of swimmers elegantly diving from the Scindia Ghat temple, partially submerged in the Ganges River, in Varansi, India.
Taken in 1985 by photographer Raghubir
- 2015-06-26A surprisingly hunky male gorilla, Shabani, has female humans going ape after mugshots of the 18-year-old animal began going viral on Twitter in Japan.