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The artist on Behance known as Visual Scientist has an affinity for vibrant neon and shifting photos to become otherworldly and new.
Taiwanese woodworker Jui-Lin Yen has a collection of adorable wooden creatures made with excess wood scraps.
Michael Fugaso's work is digital, but he spends significant time adding texture, shadow and other elements that make the pieces look warm and vintage. Themes of travel and exploration abound.
Bookniture makes items for booklovers, and their Wisdom Tree is a stylish stand for you to rest your books, like an evergreen of reading.
We know the importance of meditation, all the good it can do for us in this crazy time of crude politics and everyday stress. So we were excited to see a really stylish, well-designed app that helps us find time to meditate.
French sculptor Bruno Catalano‘s work is impactful and memorable, using such a strong material like bronze in an ethereal, gravity-defying way.
This molded wood Conch chair has an ergonomic shell that also houses a useful storage place under the seat.
We're in awe of these spectacular ribbon creations, all artfully designed and created by Japanese duo Baku Maeda and Toru Yoshikawa.
These pixel stretched images are the work of Texas-based digital artist Joe Cavazos, who uses the motion in a photograph to complete a stretched or wiped impression.
Paris will host the 2024 Olympic Games, and they've just released a stylish and unusually feminine logo for the big summer event.
We love the styling and scene design for this new line of Bever Age Lemonades, created by Sergio Laskin Agency.
Train your future Paleontologist well with this new LEGO set all about dinosaur fossils. The 910-piece collection lets you create a series of posable, scientifically-accurate dinosaur species, making it tons of fun, and educational.
These super colorful, multi-patterned pop-portraits are the work of Italian designer Alessandro Pautasso, and showcase a skill for facial accuracy, despite the pop-design mentality. We love the use of color blocks and patterned fills, while keeping the figures clearly identifiable. Can you …
Shipping container retrofits are nothing new, designers and architects have been repurposing them for years. But we are still impressed by the concept, and especially like this project in Hocking Hills, Ohio.