With Van Gogh's Starry Night, we see one of the most famous paintings of all time brought to life in brick form.
We find it pretty impressive what contrasting colors and forms can do to your psyche.
There's something otherworldly about these rendered, organic forms.
Avatar: The Way of Water premieres December, 2022.
This delightful candle mimics the shape of a Japanese paper lantern.
Iconic album covers entirely made of LEGO bricks.
3D printed reef forms create ocean habitat, using cremated remains.
“Dancing with Particles” combines bodies in motion with digitally added forms, alive with a sense of movement and grace.
Imagine what flowers in an alternate universe might look like...
The contrasting shapes and forms create a compelling home object.
A cubist sculpture from Pablo Picasso will go to auction soon.
We really like the look of this Bud Lamp, which is portable and colorful.
We've never seen a green roof quite like this one.
There's a lot to like in this chunky 3D alphabet by digital artist Marius Longo.
Anxo Vizcaíno’s work feels appropriate in this moment of mental exhaustion.
SLip is a self described “old French Geek” who discovered collage work and perfected it, creating dynamic pop art that is dynamic and captivating. We see vintage imagery combined with …
Viewed from a distance, the mosaic has an uncanny resemblance to the Dutch painter’s work.
Google aims to wildly improve the way video conferencing looks and feels.
Digital artist Oska has a portfolio set in space, where abstracted geometric forms and paths are set against a starry, outer space canvas.
A great prototype for what might be the future of building.
Known for their elaborate and fanciful paper displays, Zim & Zou have created another showstopper for an Hermés store in Tokyo.
Kohler and artist Daniel Arsham have collaborated on this unique 3D-printed sink
The Bookscrew is a clever bookshelf that aims to bring your collection to the forefront.
Jaime Sanchez is a digital designer and 3D artist with a penchant for bright, colorful work.
Since their founding in 1846, Swiss-based Ulysse Nardin has made marine chronometers, or mechanical timepieces, in the tradition of other Swiss watchmakers.