This old school, elegant collection of cast glass fruit is from Devyn, and has a significant weight to it, and reflects the light in unique ways.
With six pairs of giant hands spanning the historic Arsenal in friendship, this art installation by Lorenzo Quinn shows the power of public art.
Italian artist Elena Salmistraro has a beautiful collection of ceramic sculptures. Ornate and diverse, the series pays homage to our primate brethren, while also taking cues from the style of ancient Roman pottery.
Wanting to creatively showcase some of the flora around their native Capetown, South African photographers Bruce Boyd and Tharien Smith froze flowers in blocks of ice and captured pristine images of them underwater.
Glass art is fascinating and foreign to us, we rarely know how the artists create such colorful, 3D forms with the medium. Artist László Lukácsi pushes our amazement even further, with his stunning collection of organic, yet geometric glass art.
Ronnie van Hout has a style that some may find endearing, while others find it utterly creepy.
The Argo crib by Ludwig & Dominique is being described as the 'Eames Chair' of baby bassinets, or cribs.
Who asked for extra starch? These outfits made from second-hand ceramics may not be wearable, but they create a fascinating play on materials. and look pretty stylish in their own way.
This gem of a dessert bar lives in Hong Kong, and offers up bright, mesmeric colors, and postmodern shapes and forms.
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.
This adorable project by Monsieur Plant gives trees the soft, mossy hug they deserve.
The famed Venezuelan-born artist Carlos Cruz-Diez died last week in Paris, at the age of 95. He will be best remembered for his love for, and genius with color.
Talk about balancing your diet! These simple yet impressive food balancing 'sculptures' are the work of ChangKi Chung.
Tina Kraus shows her prowess in the world of paper arts, creating lifelike and realistic paper insects, flowers, and plants.