Using digital tools to assemble photographic pieces, Nick Pedersen has created a beautifully lush and rich scene that features topical plants, and the unmistakable colors of the green winged Macaw.
If you're the highly adventurous type, the Hammerfest Hiking Cabins might be the perfect place to check out.
New Age brand shampoo and balm are solid products, packaged in recycled paper containers.
Some fun and quirky illustrations by Cabeza Patata for the New York Times Style section.
Daniel Forero has a goofy collection of visual experiments that should give you a chuckle or two.
The idea of recuperating in a natural setting has long been known as a great way to mentally and physically get well. Now that idea has been created as an official care facility, as part of Oslo University Hospital.
Étienne Jacob takes us down the digital rabbit hole with these entrancing yet restrained, black and white animations. You're getting veeeerrryyyy slleeeeeeeeeppyyy.......
The Estonian forests near Tallinn have a new ear and mouth, in the form of large wooden megaphones, built by the Estonian Academy of the Arts.
This tongue-in-cheek installation takes the popular 80's song "Africa", and puts it on perma-loop in the Namib desert.
Scott Reinhard combines historical maps with 3D elevations to create truly one-of-a-kind pieces.
French artist Aude Bourgine has a beautifully crafted series of textile art pieces that resemble coral, set within glass containers, like specimens plucked from the ocean floor
In a warm and soft-light series entitled Fotovurma, we're shown scenes of floating bread and cabbage, mysterious crystals, and an intrepid photographer on a surrealist journey.
The King Bill home in Melbourne, Australia puts a modern and whimsical spin on an 1850's brick terrace home.
This remarkable beach in the Canary Islands has 'sand' that looks entirely like popped popcorn.
In this stunning time-lapse video, we see a perspective of our beautiful planet that we've never witnessed before.