Some really cool vintage-style photography by Franck Bohbot that harkens back to the old L.A. Confidential era.
This old school, elegant collection of cast glass fruit is from Devyn, and has a significant weight to it, and reflects the light in unique ways.
Part of Diaja's ongoing 'Adam and Eve' series, we are drawn to the looks of deep contemplation, a musing on the black and African diaspora.
These hyper color fruits and vegetables nearly jump off the screen with their vibrancy.
Photographer Albert Dros has a stunning collection of photography of Greenland, showcasing the melting and rapidly disappearing glaciers.
We love the style of Ranganath Krishnamani, an Indian illustrator from Bangalore that captures the outdoor landscapes and travelscapes so beautifully.
These dogs were unwitting artists in a project meant to bring attention shelter animals in Brazil.
A high-tech prequel to Jim Henson's 1982 series The Dark Crystal airs on Netflix August 30. Called The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, the rebirth of the series takes the magic of the original, and pumps it up with 21st century wizbangery and …
Glass art is fascinating and foreign to us, we rarely know how the artists create such colorful, 3D forms with the medium. Artist László Lukácsi pushes our amazement even further, with his stunning collection of organic, yet geometric glass art.
Benjamin Everett is an award-winning photographer, recently named the winner of Hasselblad's Masters competition. His work spans the globe, taking in an enormous variety of landscapes and locales, from mountaintops to peaceful fields.
Self-taught photographer Samir Belhamra show his skill in these beautiful and inspiring photos of lavender fields at night.
Paper artist Lee Ji-hee knows a thing or two about creating entire scenes out of nothing more than two dimensional sheets. We're fans of their latest project, an entire farmers market collection made of paper.
This gem of a dessert bar lives in Hong Kong, and offers up bright, mesmeric colors, and postmodern shapes and forms.
The selected illustrations are all part oof Lena Vargas' personal portfolio. They range from fun doodles to intricate art, all with her trademark use of color and light.