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If your rooftop was designed to capture rainwater, and become a swimming pool, would you utilize it?
In a series called Bella Umbrella, we see thick colored smoke captured in a fanciful umbrella, obscuring the figure, creating a dramatic, moody scene.
Artist and technologist Sebastian Errazuriz has a novel concept for showcasing the facility and beauty of our planet Earth, using a custom LED panel, and live photographs, from space, stitched together to create a seamless vision of Planet Earth.
To commemorate 100 years of the Bauhaus movement, artists have turned famous logos into Bauhaus-style versions.
The all-electric Fiat Centoventi concept is a diminutive yet hugely customizable car, with a myriad of fun and funky options.
Digital artist Christoffer Relander captures landscapes and transforms them into glass jars, creating fantastical scenes that feel utterly magical.
Russian artist Dudnikova Eugeniya has an outdoor series where she fills natural knot scars in trees with miniature works of art.
An exceptionally sleek and modern home in Spain makes us wonder, what is too minimal? We explore the Hofmann House.
IKEA's research lab Space10 has a fun and approachable experiment called SolarVille, which is built to a 1:50th scale, and showcases the power of solar energy.
Located in Tel Aviv, this beautiful and clever redesign of a 1960s school makes itself a perfect kid-oriented place for refugee children.
8-bit graphics may be a thing of the past, but their low-def aesthetic remains alive in the art world, with low-poly design and artwork from people like Felipe Pantone. His latest series of 'sculptures' are mostly 2D in nature, but have the …
Paper art comes in all forms and styles, as flexible as your imagination is. Estonian artist Eiko Ojala helps to push the medium further, thanks to his dynamic, intricate, and impactful cut paper artwork.
Photographer Claire Boscher creates impressive imagery with flowers, manipulating pale flowers to be strikingly neon in color, thanks to special light filters.
Utilizing his own super-vibrant, futuristic illustration style, digital artist Maxim Shkret has created an entire kingdom of animals, from polar bears to hummingbirds to five-pointed unicorns.