Using very thing ceramics and a dramatic inverted drip look, sculptor Bian Xiaodong has created a series of bowls that resemble the spiny mouth of a Venus Fly Trap.
An exceptionally sleek and modern home in Spain makes us wonder, what is too minimal? We explore the Hofmann House.
8-bit graphics may be a thing of the past, but their low-def aesthetic remains alive in the art world, with low-poly design and artwork from people like Felipe Pantone. His latest series of 'sculptures' are mostly 2D in nature, but have the …
Paper art comes in all forms and styles, as flexible as your imagination is. Estonian artist Eiko Ojala helps to push the medium further, thanks to his dynamic, intricate, and impactful cut paper artwork.
Márton Mogyorósy has a fascinating aerial perspective on the architecture of coastal Barcelona.
A collection of hyperrealist sculptures breathe new life into some of the most famous Roman Emperors, including Augustus and Caesar.
Berndnaut Smilde is a Dutch artist, creating thoroughly unexpected art in unexpected places. The concept of creating a floating cloud inside a building is simplistic, but the effect is powerful, and immediately disarms the viewer, making them reinterpret the physical space and …
You didn't think you needed a Spanish ham light fixture, or an old mop that is actually a lamp. But German creative firm Rrudi has all that and more, covering a huge swath of funny, goofy, and interesting subject matter.
Artist Terry Cook puts a very impressive spin on the party balloon animals that you remember from your childhood. Mimicking real bird species and placed in their natural habitat, he blends lines between comical and accurate.
Simon Brown takes old, falling-apart brushes, and turns them into delightful nature scenes, using the bristles as stand-in for grass.
This inspiring project aims to take famous paintings of the world, turn them into 3d sculptures, and allow the visually impaired to 'see' them using tactile touch.
Photographer Winnie Au has flipped the concept of the 'cone of shame', with versions that are glammed out, made from all manner of unique and fancy materials.
The iconic VW Microbus has been recreated faithfully and lovingly using over 400,000 Lego bricks, for a travel convention in Munich, Germany.
An ambitious and fascinating project by Refik Anadol is meant to visualize the way brain activity looks. Utilizing sculpture, projections and augmented reality, Anadol is able to create a fascinating visualization of how our brains actually capture and store memories.