In an almost flipbook-like fashion, Ellen Cantor takes us through the magic of old children's books, using multiple exposure photography.
Created by Kenyan-American artist Wangechi Mutu, these impressive and intense bronze sculptures pay homage to regal African women, and adorn the facade of the Metropolitan Museum in New York.
In her series O.P.P. (Other People's Photos), Heather Oelklaus hand cuts and stitches old black and white images together.
This series entitled Wedged Wonders by Docubyte, features some of the most thrilling and yes - wedge shaped concept cars of the late 1960s and 70s.
The famed Venezuelan-born artist Carlos Cruz-Diez died last week in Paris, at the age of 95. He will be best remembered for his love for, and genius with color.
All you need to do is type poolside.fm into your browser to be whisked decades back to the carefree dance days of the 1990s.
Take a technicolor jaunt down memory lane with these photos of Disneyland's opening day in 1955.
Artist and designer Miroslav Dimitrov has a sleek and modern interpretation of the traditional Kukeri of Bulgaria.
108.7º F (42.6ºC) temperatures in Paris on Thursday marked record highs, and a troubling trend that climate change is causing.
To mark the 50th Anniversary of the momentous Apollo 11 moon landing, Dutch group Woodwork has created a beautiful and compelling short film of the voyage.
Using ultra-long exposures, Jason Shulman has condensed an entire film into a single frame.
This powerful sand sculpture entitled Liberty Crumbling is the work of Damon Langlois, and shows Lincoln in his monument, but his head is depressingly in his hands. Below, the base of the sculpture shows deep cracks, like it's beginning to crumble.
An adorable pop-up shop dedicated entirely to the naturalist and broadcaster, David Attenborough.