In a life that seems destined for the sea, Nassau, Bahamas-based photographer André Musgrove shows that he is entirely at home under the water. He shows his chops in this beautiful collection of underwater imagery.
If your rooftop was designed to capture rainwater, and become a swimming pool, would you utilize it?
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is serious about sending people to the moon, and they want to use a rover to explore it further. They've partnered with Toyota to develop a vehicle.
Photographer James Liu captures the beauty of Southern California in vibrant and star-drenched style, showcasing this beauty to its fullest extent. Via Photogrist:
Nike's new Plant Color Collection and Flyleather product point to a more sustainable future.
The Naturecruiser is an elegant riverboat, meant for very slow but deliberate travel on rivers and lakes.
Some spectacular face painting, channeling the pop art sensibility of Japanese icon Takashi Murakami.
Fellow Portlander Mako Miyamoto understands the beauty of the Pacific Northwest, and has captured it fittingly in this series, The Emerald Forest.
Using very thing ceramics and a dramatic inverted drip look, sculptor Bian Xiaodong has created a series of bowls that resemble the spiny mouth of a Venus Fly Trap.
The Atomic Tree is a new VR film that focuses on a revered 400-year-old Japanese White Pine bonsai that survived the nuclear blast on Hiroshima.
In a series called Bella Umbrella, we see thick colored smoke captured in a fanciful umbrella, obscuring the figure, creating a dramatic, moody scene.
This elegant, vintage-inspired illustration by French artist 'Monsieur Tadef' harkens back to travel posters of yesteryear, and brings to mind artists like Joseph Binder and Stan Galli.
IKEA has a new line that is in collaboration with a number of talented African artists. The line called ÖVERALLT is full of bold patterns, warm colors, and a unique sense of style.
Artist and technologist Sebastian Errazuriz has a novel concept for showcasing the facility and beauty of our planet Earth, using a custom LED panel, and live photographs, from space, stitched together to create a seamless vision of Planet Earth.
The 1956 Pontiac Club de Mer was an exceptional concept car that never saw the light of day.