French artist Aude Bourgine has a beautifully crafted series of textile art pieces that resemble coral, set within glass containers, like specimens plucked from the ocean floor
We're not sure what qualifies as a 'sculpture', but British artist Neal Grundy considers this series "Transient Sculptures", so we're going with it.
Nicholas Baker is a designer whose prolific series on Instagram, #nickschairsketches, explores his wild and whimsical chair design.
Ken Kelleher's 'virtual sculptures' give him limitless flexibility in terms of scale, location, and style.
Philippine-based designer John Ed De Vera has a great series of layered, cut-paper art that explores concepts of space travel, music, art, and creativity. The rich colors and fun characters are expertly shaped and cut, bringing depth and shadow into the work.
Alexey Kljatov showcases the stunning beauty and diversity of snowflakes in macro detail.
This very beautiful handmade guitar is called the Infinitum, from New Zealand-based designer Maxwell Custom. It is extremely sleek and sexy, and we're sure it costs a whole lot of money.
Cerambot promises to usher in a new era in ceramic 3D printing, at a very low entry price.
A look into the beautiful stop-motion sushi scene from Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs movie, which took more than a month alone to make.
Most of us would agree that alarms aren't fun. And even using your phone as an alarm is less than ideal. Enter The Bird, a tactile and beautiful system that integrates sound, light, and movement into a single device.
A collection of lovely waterways from above, showcasing just how lovely the shapes and forms in nature can be. It's also striking how they often resemble other natural forms, like branches, arteries, and more.
Great architecture can speak for itself, but when photographed just right, it comes alive in a way that adds a whole different dimension. These captures by photographer Nick Frank are great because of their clean composition, and the strong white blue contrast.
Muokkaa Studio from Spain have a vibrant series of rendered numbers that give a real visual pop.
From many angles, this structure is a simple, quaint church. But peek from a different vantage point, and something entirely different comes into view.