Nature is awesome. We share some of the most beautiful nature content on the web.
We love everything about these illustrations. The style, the color, the concepts behind them, all resonate with us. Entitled "Verbéton", the series shows nature and animals taking over human constructs, from buildings and monuments, to tuk-tuks and even aerial trams. We see …
Biopack's clever packaging contains seeds, allowing the decomposing material to actually grow new life when it's finished.
At first glance we thought these images were impressive renderings of animals carrying entire ecosystems on their backs. Upon closer investigation, these hyperrealistic paintings reveal themselves, making the series even more impressive.
Showing both an elegant skill and a masterful patience, this collection of leaves have been cut and crocheted, filling negative space, and decorating their edges with fanciful designs and patterns.
We are in love with this collected stone alphabet from Belgian type designer Clotilde Olyff.
Photographer Paolo Pettigiani's series Infraland continues, utilizing infrared film to show us places we've seen before, like we've never seen them.
You'd better dig reallllly deep into your couch cushions to find the spare change for this property.
This lovingly illustrated series by Marko Rop shows the many colorful and even elegant insects of his homeland, Slovenia. From moths to beetles and butterflies, we see a full collection of colorful creatures.
There's a warm light and pleasant texture to these landscape illustrations by Japanese artist Ryo Takemasa. Titled A Year Long Journey, the illustrations represent a year of travel and adventure, from snowy trains to sunsets over the ocean.
We love the perspective of these forest photos by Italian Manuelo Bececco. His forest floor perspective, combined with a slight fisheye lens, gives a great, expansive view of the tree canopy above. It's the angle we love to admire when we walk …
In a notoriously pollutive industry, it's encouraging to see Norwegian company Hurtigruten bringing hybrid-electric cruise ships into commission.
In this strange and beautiful series by Madrid-based NastPlas, we see insects that have been thoroughly 'modified' to adapt to changing climate and the changing world of the 21st century.
Artist Melissa McGill's Red Regatta adds a beautiful splash of red to Venice's Lagoon, and is a wonderful example of kinetic, practical art in motion.
This beautiful 'treehouse' is more a modern cabin, built vertically, and suspended into the Mexican treetops.