Chilean freelance photographer Francisco Negroni has a stunning series showcasing seriously angry skies, alive with plumes of volcanic smoke, lava, and shocking threads of lightning.
Using seven LEDs positioned in a very special formation, this ordinary-looking lamp creates a beautiful rainbow eclipse on the floor.
German photographer Ben Gowertt has a way of transforming the ordinary into something ghostly and otherworldly. His series Ex Glory/Planetary Shining explores trees that have been shifted to look skeletal white, almost like through an x-ray machine.
This modernist tiny house is the product of BIG Architects, led by star architect Bjarke Ingels, and out to prove that small can be innovative and modernist all while remaining affordable.
Photographer Levon Biss has a remarkable collection of insect photography, each photo so detailed that it's made up of thousands of individual images.
Fashion photography and makeup usually stay in the realm of style and trends, but we're delighted to see this series by Tali Rutman that uses the face as canvas for something more expressive.
Artist Jonathan Calugi uses a single line to portray his figures, adding a splash of color to bring the images alive.
Artist Gabriel Dawe makes indoor rainbows, using colored string and thread installed in intricate bands of vibrant dimensionality.
eXXpedition is a pioneering, all-female sailing project that explores all corners of the globe, bringing critical attention to the issue of ocean plastic and toxins.
Bjarke Ingels is building an 84-foot diameter silver orb for Burning Man, sure to become an iconic centerpiece for the global art festival in the Black Rock desert.
In the same way that countries have flags, they also often have 'national animals', special creatures that stand as mascots for that country's identity.
These extravagant paper masks are part of the Grec Festival of Barcelona, which includes theatre, dance, music and circus.
Explore some of the winners of the 2018 Underwater Photography Contest, showcasing our planet's amazing biodiversity.
A colorful collection of textures and forms create the basis for Google's Project Fi, which is an alternative cell phone plan.