A radical new building concept utilizing molten lava as the material.
3D printed reef forms create ocean habitat, using cremated remains.
Actual moon dust collected by Neil Armstrong is up for sale
AutoCamp Joshua Tree features 50 mid-century Airstream trailers.
Usually you don't want your watercraft to resemble rocks
'Fairyland' takes us on a deep journey into a dense, lush forest, a place of peace, of solitude, and the type of place you want to breathe the fresh cool …
It's fair to say that Big John will be the ultimate conversation piece, when it is (carefully) installed at its new owner's home.
Antelope Canyon is world renowned for its undulating, curvaceous beauty, and the way light turns the sandstone walls into colorful canvasses.
Artist Dietmar Voorwold creates stunning artwork made from found objects in nature, like stones and leaves.
Would you fly to the moon with these Sonder Space Crystals?
An enterprising gentleman in Guatemala decided to put a fiery volcano to work for him, and bake his pizza.
Levitating Moon Lamp For the Space Lover in Your Life
The little guy did it! Ingenuity made its first test flight on the surface of Mars.
These stones are suspended over the ice in an elegant frozen pedestal, like a sculpture from a museum.
This Thursday, February 18, NASA will attempt to land a large rover on the surface of Mars, after a seven month journey to the Red Planet.
Embracing your Zen is a good thing.
Rouven Maccario has created a series of beautiful images taking landscapes and creating mirror-image reflections.
We love the geometric forms and clean style of sculptor Matt Byrd.
The Marietas Islands in Mexico are outside of Puerta Vallarta, and are home to some of the most unique rock formations we've seen.
The Mars Helicopter is accompanying the latest rover to the red planet, hoping for the very first flight in February 2021.
This captivating animation shows our solar system's moons, in size comparison with Earth.
This new video, Mars in 4K, shows us impressive landscapes and complex geographical formations, proof that the planet once had a watery surface, and possibly, life.
It was 40 years ago this week that Mount Saint Helens erupted, the biggest eruption in U.S. history, completely changing the shape of the mountain.
Andy Goldsworthy’s temporary land art has a surprising amount of staying power.