Whether you like the music of this mainly church dwelling instrument or not, you have to admit, those are some nice pipes.
There's no doubt that Jimmy Nelson's portraits of indigenous peoples from around the world are beautiful. They're exceptionally composed, and the diversity of faces, setting, and dress are stunning.
A fantastic series of screen prints from Stellavie feature some of the world's most famous and critically acclaimed film directors.
A collection of exceptional animal illustrations for the new book Saving Species, by James Gilleard
In a very stylish and artful nod to technology of the past, Miki Nemcek explores the simplicity and beauty of audio equipment from brands like Braun and others. It's a short and surrealist voyage, with the physical devices morphing and shifting in …
A fascinating lidar aerial survey has unearthed over 60,000 ancient structures from the jungles of Guatemala
Photographer Jon Carmichael captured an amazing photo of the 2017 solar eclipse from his window seat aboard a plane.
Hurricanes are huge and devastating forces, made even stronger in recent years, due to warming oceans, and a changing climate. We're amazed by the ability for humans to now witness these massive storms from the vantage point of space.
In the tiny town of Kagatika on the island of Paxos in Greece, a 400-year old ruin has been reinvigorated by an art installation by design duo Quintessenz. The simple, colorful tapestries span the entire rainbow, and breathe life into the ancient …
Vanity Fair has a great article called Swim Lessons: A Life in Pools, that dives into the subject of swimming pools throughout the ages. Inspired by a new book on the subject, the article explores the culture and storied history of pools …
NeoNam Studios reinvisions ancient ruins into modern architectural dwellings, through animated GIFs.
The Magic of Socotra, a strange island off the coast of Yemen, full of wild and endemic plant life.
Filip Hodas' series Pop Culture Dystopia continues, with bold, broken, and poignant references to famous characters, gone awry.
This classic and poignant collection of gelatin silver prints showcase small trades of 1950 and 1951, in London, Paris, and New York. The tradespeople are all specialized in their craft or trade and showcase a lost era in beautiful black and white. …