We're not saying it'd be a good idea to spend a week in bed. But if you had to, there'd be a lot of worse places to be than the HiBed, designed by Fabio Vinella. The stylish, canopy-style bed is packed with …
Claire Luxton is making waves with her dramatic and daring self portraits.
This ambitious project brings us a huge collection of Frank Lloyd Wright's beautiful homes, lovingly illustrated. It follows a map of his homes in nearly every US state.
It's amazing what such dedication to a craft can produce, and photographer Andrew McCarthy shows us just how far that talent can take you. The image of our moon, below, was patiently stitched together from 100,000 photos.
Things are not alway what they seem, especially for this fluffy white pillow, which is actually masterfully sculpted out of white marble by Norwegian artist Håkon Anton Fagerås.
Instead of entire paintings, how about exploring a singular stroke of paint? Iranian artist Golsa Golchini has a fascinating take on an age-old medium.
Even after a musician dies, their music lives on for generations, sometimes becoming more popular posthumously. Now, with the advent of holographic technology, that artist can perform onstage, long after they've left this world.
While most people wouldn't notice anything, artist Diana Yevtukh couldn't walk past a tree with knots or scars, and not want to fill them with her work.
Masako Miki's larger-than-life felted wool sculptures are inviting, fun, and just wacky enough to be highly memorable.
Artist Rivka Wilkins and woodworker Jared Davis created these impressive custom coffee table with a live edge that also have beautiful hand-poured resin surface.
Some impressively tiny paper houseplants by Barcelona-based artist Raya Sader Bujana.
Tobias Hall has a lovely hand lettered 'Merry Christmas' that shows us the step-by-step.
Some of Lisa Lloyd's exquisitely detailed creations use more than 4,000 individual bits of paper to makeup their designs.
A series of powerful collages that pay respect to the tragedy of dementia.