Approaching nearly a million followers on his Instagram page, we quickly see why Germany-based photographer Daniel Ernst has such an audience.
A collection of fun and endearing animations for ESPN's more unusual sports, from motion design firm Lobster.
Train your future Paleontologist well with this new LEGO set all about dinosaur fossils. The 910-piece collection lets you create a series of posable, scientifically-accurate dinosaur species, making it tons of fun, and educational.
Check out this list of the ten best house plants for those who aren't great at keeping plants alive.
The pink flamingos still look pink in Paulo Pettigiani's Infraland series: Bolivia. But a lot of the landscape does, too.
These super colorful, multi-patterned pop-portraits are the work of Italian designer Alessandro Pautasso, and showcase a skill for facial accuracy, despite the pop-design mentality. We love the use of color blocks and patterned fills, while keeping the figures clearly identifiable. Can you …
Ever salivated over a wool bagel before? We hadn't either, yet artist Kate Jenkin's creations are so detailed and delicious looking, we couldn't help ourselves.
Shipping container retrofits are nothing new, designers and architects have been repurposing them for years. But we are still impressed by the concept, and especially like this project in Hocking Hills, Ohio.
We've been fans of Pawel Nolbert's dimensional paintstrokes for years, with his ability to transform a traditionally 2D medium into one of depth.
The Hero Arm is a remarkable bionic prosthetic that offers a great range of motion and fine motor skills, at a breakthrough price.
TRÜF Creative has a colorful and fun series called Animals Strike Curious Poses that explores stylish creatures and wild monsters.
Eiko Ojala is supremely confident with paper art and minimalism, able to convey emotion and depth with simple shapes and form.
Minimalist and spare, these images by Samir Belhamra are meditative in nature, almost the visual equivalent of zen music.
A very clever series of night photos showing miniatures under a blanket of stars.
An elegant circular bike path was built this summer an hour outside of Brussels, and lets cyclists ride up a gently sloping ramp to a height of 30+ feet, giving them a view of the tree canopy.