Turkish artist Murat Yıldırım has transformed some of the world's most famous paintings, creating furry abstractions of them instead.
We are dazzled by the vibrant, futuristic 3D renderings and animations from designer Ari Weinkle.
Katerina Kamprani is an architect based in Athens, and has a knack for creating objects and household items that are uncomfortable at least, impossible to use at best.
Imagine walking through a forest and seeing flowers glowing back at you in a beautiful rainbow gradient.
London-based artist Débora Silva has helped immortalize these moments of turmoil we're living through with 3D scans of various protesters on the streets.
The dreamlike quality of Anxo Vizcaíno's work feels appropriate in this moment of mental exhaustion and unrest.
Located in Gwanggyo, just outside of Seoul, this new department store has a remarkable, jeweled-looking facade that stands out from just about any other building design we can think of.
In these highly detailed and unique renderings, we see the human body in only circulatory form.
Own an exact replica of the moon's cratered surface with Deskspace's latest creation.
These free-flowing, bubbly 3D illustrations by artist UV Zhu are delightful in their whimsy and color.
In Chris Labrooy's latest project, a cabin in the woods has merged with a vintage Volvo station wagon, in a strange yet captivating partnership.
Artist Chris Toledo creates 1:12 scale models that are so realistic, it's hard to believe they're not full size. Only when a real-scale object is placed in the scenes does the magic of his work come to life.
Based in Czech Republic, artist and designer Pavel Novák has a great series of low-poly (low number of polygons) renderings that encapsulate entire scenes in neat little squares.
Using gel on a simple CD, Ruslan Khasanov has created a fun and vibrant typeface full of personality.
Things are not alway what they seem, especially for this fluffy white pillow, which is actually masterfully sculpted out of white marble by Norwegian artist Håkon Anton Fagerås.
Tobias Hall has a lovely hand lettered 'Merry Christmas' that shows us the step-by-step.