3D printing isn't just changing the ways things are produced, but also what they're made out of.
Researchers have created pasta that changes shape when boiled, reducing space for packaging and transportation.
These remarkably tiny and intricate baskets and bowls were hand woven from invasive grasses and weeds by Suzie Grieve and shows her very deft handiwork.
We love the irreverence of these abstracted 3D self portraits by visual artist Omar Aqil.
These beautiful art installations by duo Petra Bachmaier and Sean Gallero Luftwerk combine many mediums.
This beautiful vintage LEGO typewriter has working keys and mechanism, and upon first glance, doesn't look like an ordinary LEGO set.
Amin Moazzen is a Persian architect and designer with an impressive portfolio of designs.
The Morton Arboretum outside of Chicago is currently featuring enormous figure sculptures by Cape Town-based artist Daniel Popper .
An artist known as Em Emem and affectionately known as the "pavement surgeon" has been fixing the holes in his native Lyon, France, with beautiful handmade mosaics.
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These glass 'infusion' pieces by Jamie Harris are particularly magical and striking, their fluidity captured within clear glass blocks.
A new Google Earth time-lapse feature lets you see portions of the globe changing over the last 37 years.
Inhabiting the grounds of the sprawling 250-acre campus of the New York Botanical Garden , the new exhibition Cosmic Nature is a vibrant exploration of Yayoi Kusama's work
Presented in a series of hypnotizing animations, 'Run Forever' is a surreal take on hydrogen mobility, and its various elemental forms.
The classic children's book 'Goodnight Moon' has been brought to life in an exhibition by New York-based Fort Makers.
This mesmerizing art is the work of Australian artist Andy Thomas and shows us what the sounds of the Amazon rainforest would look like.
Vibrant work by Alberto Seveso that uses gel, and the way light and color reflect and refract off its surface.
In this poignant and tragic short film The Beauty, we see ocean scenes where the sea life is becoming the plastic that pollutes it.
The Brooklyn Bridge was turned into a canvas to remember some of NYC's 30,000 Covid-19 victims.
These fun shaped chalks promise to bring multi colored patterns to playtime. We love the funky shapes that would be fun and tactile to hold. From Areaware, starting at $12.