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The very talented Eiko Ojala has a new series that speaks to climate change, and the feelings and perceptions around it.
Andreas Häggkvist is a Swedish artist who creates wondrous and surreal animal art, bringing attention to endangered species.
You'll be excused if these optical illusion murals from Italian artist Peeta scramble your brain a little bit.
Photographer and traveler Andy Hendrata has an enormous collection of architectural gems in his Instagram feed, from structures modern and historical, from all over Europe.
The Goodwood Festival of Speed celebrates motorsports, and features some of the most impressive cars anywhere. To celebrate this year's festival, renowned sculptor Gerry Judah has created a dramatic swooping sculpture that sweeps over the Goodwood House in West Sussex.
Sculptor Calvin Ma has a collection of amazing human-bird hybrid figures, full of ornate and beautiful detail.
The new Hasselblad X1D is a powerhouse of a medium-format camera, producing gorgeous images, from portraits to detailed, 50 megapixel landscapes. Flora Borsi shows us her take the camera's abilities.
These beautiful art installations by duo Petra Bachmaier and Sean Gallero Luftwerk combine many mediums, including light, glass, projection, and reflections to create their colorful prisms.
These elegant and fanciful shampoo and bath product containers are, themselves, made from soap, resulting in an eco-friendly, and meta product line.
Apple's Chief Design Officer, Sir Jony Ive, has stepped down from his role at the tech giant, marking the end of an era of design-thinking, and cutting-edge industrial design.
The Lightyear One is a new electric car, many years in the making, and sporting a unique trick: the roof and hood of the car are covered with five square meters of solar cells.
Eerie yet beautiful series of abandoned homes in Saskatchewan, in all manner of decay. Specializing in capturing lost and abandoned architecture, photographer Laurelle June shows a side of the Canadian countryside that we don’t often see. Via DesignYouTrust:
Does your living room beg for more of a TIE Fighter aesthetic? Maybe an elaborate chandelier of people battling with light sabers?
Fundamental Architects has a bold vision for a new building in the city of Nursultan, the capital of Kazakhstan.