The Public Silo Trail is an impressive art project that turns rural grain silos into canvasses for giant murals.
Artist Chris Wolston has a series of handcrafted wicker chairs that literally beckon to you to sit down with waving arms, and expressive legs.
SpaceX is poised to launch astronauts to the International Space Station for the first time ever on May 27.
Advertising for HACKEDby_, a unique line of clothing that upcycles the fashion industry's overstocks into new pieces.
These pixel stretched images are the work of Texas-based digital artist Joe Cavazos, who uses the motion in a photograph to complete a stretched or wiped impression.
We really like the look of this elegant food pavilion that was designed for the city of Stockholm.
LARQ is the world's first self-cleaning water bottle, using UV-C LED light to purify 99.999% of bio-contaminants.
Xander Marritt, a visual artist based in east London has a compelling series called Hidden Life, exploring the historic Nagano prefecture of Japan.
Turn your whole world upside down with these salt and pepper/spice shakers that resemble snow globes.
It was 40 years ago this week that Mount Saint Helens erupted, the biggest eruption in U.S. history, completely changing the shape of the mountain.
Matt Moore isn't afraid of color, as we've shown in previous posts. His latest series is called Spring Flowers, and brings us a wealth of vibrant graphic, geometric flowers.
Dyson finally revealed photos of their failed electric car program, after spending $500 million of the founder's money on it.
The Terraplanter is a unique terra cotta design that turns the traditional planter inside out, literally.
Designed by Gnocchi+Danesi architects, this prefab mountain retreat is sleek and minimal, with expansive ceiling height and echoes of a traditional alpine shelter.