Great architecture can speak for itself, but when photographed just right, it comes alive in a way that adds a whole different dimension. These captures by photographer Nick Frank are great because of their clean composition, and the strong white blue contrast.
The artist known as Local Preacher loves to explore the way wild, colorful light can transform the mundane into something otherworldly.
In this stylized, subtle cinemagraph series for Montblanc, we see a carefully curated and arranged collection of items, from plants to keepsakes, to the lovely orange of the Montblanc leathergoods.
Muokkaa Studio from Spain have a vibrant series of rendered numbers that give a real visual pop.
From many angles, this structure is a simple, quaint church. But peek from a different vantage point, and something entirely different comes into view.
Photographer Jose Cervera Hauser has a truly beautiful collection of photos taken under the sea entitled Underwater Portfolio.
Artist Charles Pétillon is known for his balloon work, using clusters of white balloons to bring a space alive, and add surrealist interest to otherwise flat scenes. His most recent work Stigmates continues the theme, with unique explorations of space, from empty fields to …
We have no backup planets, no spares. This is the only one. The only one we can call home. This is earth. Please protect it. Original.
We must admit, we were a little taken aback when we first saw these images of Sue Austin exploring undersea reefs while strapped to her wheelchair. Using battery powered propellers and perspex aerofoils to control turns, she gracefully jets around the reefs, …
Whether you like the music of this mainly church dwelling instrument or not, you have to admit, those are some nice pipes.
There's no doubt that Jimmy Nelson's portraits of indigenous peoples from around the world are beautiful. They're exceptionally composed, and the diversity of faces, setting, and dress are stunning.
Noticing that many jigsaw puzzles share the same die cut, Tim Klein combines scenes to make strange and amazing creations.
Some remarkable deconstructed cocktail images by Paloma Rincón, showcasing artisan gin drinks in midair.
In the style reminiscent of Charley Harper, British illustrator Neil Stevens channels a mid-century design spirit in this series of postage stamps. The colors are bright and bold, and the animal shapes simplified to make geometric forms.