This large, modern house by architect Cutler Anderson has the clean, rectilinear lines that to us, embodies modern design perfectly.
An adorable series of digital characters that look like they're created using the ancient art of paper quilling.
These absurdist yet charming photographs of seniors showcase the work of Norwegian-Finnish artist duo Karoline Hjorth and Riitta Ikonen, who are referencing characters from Nordic folklore.
Bienal Comunicación of Mexico has created a fascinating and memorable branding effort for the OFFF Festival, which is a multimedia festival in Barcelona.
With just the use of a mirror and a flexible model, the human body is contorted into new and unrecognizable forms.
We love the work of Raku Inoue, who creates intricate creatures using almost exclusively flower petals and stems.
The world of 3D rendering is alive and well, documented by a plethora of artists building fun, colorful, and often abstract sculptures and textures, with nothing but pixels, and creativity.
Japanese designer Norihiko Terayama suspends flowers in intricate polygonal forms using pins and threads.
French design duo Zim & Zou are known for their exquisite paper craft, creating detailed objects that wow and impress.
In Chris Labrooy's latest project, a cabin in the woods has merged with a vintage Volvo station wagon, in a strange yet captivating partnership.
These innovative wall tiles are made from soft wood shavings, bound together by water and cement to create a sound-absorbing, decorative covering.
Artist Chris Toledo creates 1:12 scale models that are so realistic, it's hard to believe they're not full size. Only when a real-scale object is placed in the scenes does the magic of his work come to life.
A highly minimalist resort in Los Cabos that looks like it's from the set of a futuristic movie.
This ambitious project brings us a huge collection of Frank Lloyd Wright's beautiful homes, lovingly illustrated. It follows a map of his homes in nearly every US state.