Nature is awesome. We share some of the most beautiful nature content on the web.
When you think about a cabin in the woods, especially in upstate New York, you probably don't think about a cutting-edge, 3D-printed cocoon dwelling that was originally planned for Mars habitation.
Rising from the desert foothills of the Coachella Valley, an orange-red monolith rises, much like the monolith from the iconic 2001: A Space Odyssey film.
The Mars Curiosity rover is exploring Teal Ridge, a fascinating sedimentary rock formation,
Called Cold Instinct, this beautiful photographic series by Matthis Kuijpers show us some of the world's most rare and beautiful amphibian and reptile species.
This adorable project by Monsieur Plant gives trees the soft, mossy hug they deserve.
We've followed the work of Erik Johansson for years now, admiring the way he's able to creatively construct a surrealist scene.
J. Flynn Newton has come to terms with his recurring nightmare, giant waves and skies made up of stormy waters. Indeed, he's illustrated them, using black and white photography. The result is beautiful and spooky.
Photographer Ben Simon Rehn shares a gorgeous collection of images from Iceland and Greenland.
Fractals exist everywhere in nature, creating infinite, mind-bending patterns that are even stranger than a casual glance may show.
This beautifully vibrant series by Lena Vargas shows us all manner of coral and undersea creatures, designed to create an entire 26-letter alphabet.
This huge, 20-foot detailed tapestry of the world now hangs in Heathrow airport, brightening up one of the busiest airports in the world.
This series by UK based-brothers JP and Mike Andrews show us a range of visuals from around the world, focusing on the way shadows appear, and patterns emerge from simple movements.
This striking series by Claire Droppert shows abstract sand creatures in mid-flight, momentarily appearing, before gravity takes over and brings them back to the ground. She expresses her interest in the way the forms can be interpreted as lifeforms, if only for …
Artist Bruce Munro has a magical installation that turns night landscapes into alien-like, living surfaces. The traveling outdoor exhibit contains thousands of illuminated stems, which create arteries of color and light.