Obscuring the faces of these vintage photographs, Australian artist Harriet Moutsopoulos gives us a whole new, comical and surreal perspective.
Some highly creative finalists for Dezeen x Samsung's cardboard challenge, a competition to repurpose packaging into something new.
If the long, exhausting day calls for a drink, but you need to be discreet, this secret fire extinguisher bar just might be perfect for you.
LEGO has long been about building cities, castles, outer space adventures, but always with their 3D bricks. Their latest offering is called LEGO Art, and it consists of hundreds of small circular bricks, built to create a flat, mosaic-like canvas …
These space collages transport us out of our normal headspace.
This tiny home in New Zealand shows just how far the concept can go, with a beautifully executed design, and an embrace of plants that makes the space come alive.
Daria Khoroshavina has mastered the art of the cinemagraph, which is the refined cousin of the animated GIF.
Special effects artist Amazing Jiro is showing us his skills as an artist with his highly impressive 'One Hand Monsters', using just paint and objects found around the home.
Turkish artist Murat Yıldırım has transformed some of the world's most famous paintings, creating furry abstractions of them instead.
Built on a rural rubber plantation, this church is as sleek and graceful as anything you'd find in an urban metropolis.
Warm, home-baked bread is already a very inviting gesture. Adding delightful faces and patterns, like Linda Ring does, just deepens the experience.
Leonardo Ulian creates fascinating designs using old electronics parts suspended inside vintage tennis rackets.
Katerina Kamprani is an architect based in Athens, and has a knack for creating objects and household items that are uncomfortable at least, impossible to use at best.
Check out this hugely detail infographic showcasing every known body in the Solar System.
When a travel photographer gets quarantined for months on end, real cabin fever sets in, and they've got to get creative.
Artist Chris Wolston has a series of handcrafted wicker chairs that literally beckon to you to sit down with waving arms, and expressive legs.