Artist Chris Toledo creates 1:12 scale models that are so realistic, it's hard to believe they're not full size. Only when a real-scale object is placed in the scenes does the magic of his work come to life.
New York's subway is the epitome of the concrete jungle, and artist Matthew Grabelsky has taken full advantage of that metaphor, in a series that explores animal/humans riding, in all manner of style and attitude.
Well, isn't this a delightful little short film? This unorthodox popcorn-popping method is the work of Zita Bernet and Rafael Sommerhalder. Eat it up!
Manhattan's Garment District has been transformed with a fun seesaw installation open to the public.
(OO) is the clever title of this short film by Seoro Oh, and man oh man it's a beauty. Never before have we seen a story about the nose and its perils so expressively represented.
Instead of Christmas gifts, how about some snazzy Christmas GIFs? They should brighten your day.
This clever video by Blue Zoo shows us the struggle of 'The Idea', and how hard it is to get those organized thoughts out.
Get in the Christmas spirit with this collection of deeply cringe-worthy and just plain awkward album covers. Ranging from Sweden to Mexico, the Christmas hilarity is in full swing with this series.
Fascinating series of painting/photo work by Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov shows classical style painted figures in mundane contemporary settings.
We appreciate a creative party, and as wedding receptions go, this black and color party by Von and Ryan Bishop sets a new bar for design and execution.
Taiwanese woodworker Jui-Lin Yen has a collection of adorable wooden creatures made with excess wood scraps.
We bet it's been a while since you did a search on 'ol Lycos or Netscape, huh? Indeed, the early days of the internet were a Wild West, with new and optimistic upstarts hoping to stake their claim on the open plains …
Ever salivated over a wool bagel before? We hadn't either, yet artist Kate Jenkin's creations are so detailed and delicious looking, we couldn't help ourselves.
Japanese Instagram artist and photographer Halno Kujiraoka has a fun and inspiring series of his travels, all taken aboard a broomstick, floating in midair.