Artist James Cook has honed a very particular craft of creating images, landscapes, even portraits, all using vintage typewriters.
These heat-reactive stamps for the Finnish Post reveal climate change messages when a finger is applied.
Rock climber Luke Rasmussen brings nighttime photography to life, using long exposure imagery that capture the kinetic movements of a climb using colored lights.
These light and airy portraits are made more fresh and unique with 'digital makeup'.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was undoubtedly the most inspiring and popular member of the Supreme Court, and her death last week caused an immediate outpouring of grief and also creative energy …
Portuguese type designer Rafael Serra has a fun series showcasing his skill and creativity when it comes to typography.
These vintage animal illustrations look straight out of a classic natural history book. But look closer, there's a twist.
Since May of 2020, an autonomous AI named Rachael has been posting one image a day on Instagram, all real-time rendered 3D sculptures that are especially 'likable'.
This wildly vibrant lighthouse is ‘a symbol that allows us to light up the uncertain present through colour’.
Created on the campus of Appalachian State University in North Carolina, this massive stairway mural is the work of artist duo Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn.
This symbolic but also purposeful project in Mexico melts down guns to create shovels, which are then used to plant trees.
Erkin Demir combines natural elements with model portraits, turning what could look silly and laughable into something emotional and dreamlike.
These poignant, powerful pieces are the work of Chinese sculptor Wang Ruilin, who captures deep emotion in his animal designs.
Designed and created by TeamLab, this interactive show features gorgeous hanging flowers and airplants that move to accommodate and "cocoon" its visitor.
In a series of fun type lettering, we see ingredients elegantly spelled out using the actual product itself. "Honey" is glisteningly gold, while "Anchovies" is scrawled from the salty fish.
A decidedly modern and sleek home clad in Corten steel, set deep in the Ukrainian forest.
Photographer Erin Sullivan is back to her miniature work, this time exploring the delicious world of ice cream.
Nino is a modern, geometric interpretation of the classic garden gnome. Made of concrete and brass, he'll be a welcome addition to your yard or garden.
Deskspace is a set of high-quality gemstones that represent our solar system, with unique stone materials that mimic the look of each of our planets.
First released in 1899, "France in the Year 2000" was a series of postcards that envisioned a future one hundred years ahead.
The recently completed International Garden Photographer of the Year Award has some amazing entries, from exquisite blossoms to magical insect moments.
Stunning Graphic Design Work By 91 Year Old Kazumasa Nagai