“My Breath On Window Poster by Mike Mills

in Mills words:

"It was cold outside. I was staring out the window, just spacing out when I was surprised to see the shape of my breath on the glass. I was trying to imagine my drawings as photography….. As soon as I realized it was my breath it started to go away and it disappeared very quickly……”“

The Signs of Life by photographer Daniel Zakharov

“These “signs of life” provided very personal information about other people’s lives and the worlds unknown to me. And still, the most important part of those lives remained hidden. Today, when our lives are formed by social networks and you can learn anything you want to know about any one by a mere movement of your finger, I welcome mystery as something wonderful. To be free from virtual world, from the stream of information and knowledge, to be able to concentrate only on your perception of the reality around you, your own thoughts and fantasies…”

“I’m a photographer and therefore I’m a voyeur, and I’m a New Yorker and therefore I’m a voyeur,” said Halaban. Although staged, these photographs capture the realistic experience all New Yorkers can relate to. “I think every city has its own way that people connect to their neighbors. In LA it’s through the car window. In New York, I think it’s through the apartment window.” Halaban’s photographs range from a man playing with his dog to a couple playing with their baby, all with the backdrop of large architecture emphasizing the real New York experience, being one of eight million.

A VOYERISTIC PEEK INTO THE WINDOWS AND LIVES OF NEW YORKERS August 2, 2012 by Jennifer Kaye

“Graduate designer Kine Solberg has created window panels from circular glass lenses that manipulate images of the landscape reflected across their surfaces (+ slideshow).

"Lenscape is an exploration of the window as a basic architectural element and the way it can be designed into an interactive feature in the interior,” said Solberg.“