Artist and sculptor Strijdom van der Merwe has a really convincing and impressive illusion sculpture called Staircase to Heaven
Katerina Kamprani is an architect based in Athens, and has a knack for creating objects and household items that are uncomfortable at least, impossible to use at best.
Beautiful sculptural work from Kelly Witmer, combining glass and ceramic in new and innovative ways.
Great wooden sculptures by Claudia Pearson embrace a chunky, abstract form.
The largest set the company has ever released, the Titanic model is over four feet long, comprised of over 9,000 pieces.
There's a beautiful elegance to this showroom in Melbourne made of steam-bent wood.
Highly detailed and impressive embroidery work by artist Meredith Woolnough.
Artist Alisa Lariushkina makes detailed and intricate landscapes, all using rolled, swirled, and shaped clay.
Photographer Jean-Yves Lemoigne gives poetic motion to digital particles, with bodies aloft, adorned with brightly colored forms and swirling shapes.
We love the bright vibrancy of these animal sculptures, which welcome passersby in New York's Garment District.
Taiwan's Vintage Elephant Slides
Bear with us for a minute, this bizarre wedge of a car was too crazy to not mention.
This new building in St. Petersburg uses woven Corten steel for the facade, giving it a warm and unique feel.
BloomingTables Lets You Grow a Garden Under Your Tabletop
The world's oldest single malt Scotch whisky is worthy of a very nice vessel, and Gordon & MacPhail made sure of it, by hiring British-Ghanaian architect David Adjaye to create a …
We really love the moment of trepidation behind this deceptively simple series.
These vintage photos have a dated, faded feel to them, and showcase a family exploring an equally dated and vintage theme park in Michigan, known as The Prehistoric Forest.
As a lover of stars and outer space, there's quite a bit of excitement we have around the opening of the world's largest Astronomy museum.
We appreciate the bright geometric colors and forms that have taken shape in London's Canary Wharf financial district.
A very unexpected watercraft set sail in Venice recently, a massive, 40 foot long violin, complete with a cellist playing while riding it.
The walls, the light fixtures, the furniture, and even the rugs all work together in this wildly colorful apartment in Edinburgh
Really fascinating sculptural creations from Camille Kachani, who has arms sprout and branch out of ordinary items like side tables, shelves, and even hammers.
Artist Dietmar Voorwold creates stunning artwork made from found objects in nature, like stones and leaves.
We love the look and feel of Time Loop, a new sculpture in Hong Kong by British designer Paul Cocksedge.