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The New York Times has a great photo essay showcasing Sweden in its full spring and summer glory.
Elyse Dodge has a trademark geometric style, combining traditional landscapes with a myriad of geometric forms.
Montreal's Biodôme Shows How to Properly Retrofit Former Olympic Venues.
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Erkin Demir combines natural elements with model portraits, turning what could look silly and laughable into something emotional and dreamlike.
Their NV350 Caravan Office Pod has been thoroughly reworked to provide a mobile working environment for the Covid-era.
For those eager to travel, we've gathered a list of the top five longest flights currently available around the globe.
Illustrator Cécile Gariépy is a prolific illustrator and painter, with a body of work that belies her youth.
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When we first heard of NOSEiD, we thought it was a late April Fools' day joke.
A new Google Earth time-lapse feature lets you see portions of the globe changing over the last 37 years.
WaterLight is a remarkable device, a portable lantern able to turn seawater into light for communities without access to electricity.
Our hero, David Attenborough has a new show released for Earth Day on Netflix, entitled Life in Color.
The Airo is a new EV designed by Heatherwick Studio, full of novel design choices and features.
A little history of one of the world's most famous cocktails, the gin and tonic.
The little guy did it! Ingenuity made its first test flight on the surface of Mars.
Digital artist Martin De Pasquale spent his time in lockdown honing his visual arts skills, with a series called Surreal Quarantine.
French director Stéphane Ridard used a drone to capture some stunning footage of the recent Iceland eruption, in a way that normally we only see with major film crews and major …