This beautiful 'treehouse' is more a modern cabin, built vertically, and suspended into the Mexican treetops.
Really unique and impressive pottery by Martha Pachón Rodríguez, who brings sharp, 'teeth' to the edges of her ceramics. The multi-colored, intricate points add fascinating contrast to the vessels, which feel very organic and alive.
We've seen a lot of beautiful examples of paper quilling recently, and this is no exception. These extravagant, colorful flowers radiate life, even though they're simply made from paper.
3D illustrator Aarón Martínez has a knack for the everyday, rendering ordinary scenes into playful and adorable vignettes. We love the absurdity and plasticky plumpness of his characters, and the humorous setups they're in.
Part of an initiative for the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation, these fantastical paper creations by Zim and Zou pays homage to the winners of the Nobel Prize in Literature.
With the dramatic fire that Paris' famed Notre Dame Cathedral sustained recently, people have wondered what the rebuilding effort will look like. Here are some interesting concepts.
In a series that features rare and endangered butterfly species, glass artist Laura Hart creates stunning facsimiles that bring a whole new meaning to 'fragile species'.
Dichroic glass is special because it displays two different colors, depending on how the light hits it. Artist and sculptor Chris Woods takes advantage of this property, with some beautiful geometric sculptures made up of glass squares.
This Massachusetts university has an impressive new business school building, with a facade that resembles falling dominoes.
We're shocked by the massive fire engulfing the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris. Here is an examination of the iconic landmark.
Japanese sculptor and ceramicist Jun Kaneko resides in Omaha, Nebraska, and makes large-scale, expressive ceramic sculptures. His well known 'Dango' form (dumpling or closed form in English) reach over six feet in height, with colorful and expressive glazing, including dots, stripes, and …
We are always impressed by new and innovative ways that people use existing materials. So we found this cafe in Mumbai especially interesting and bold, using corrugated cardboard to make the majority of the cafe's interior.