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.
This 1988 Plymouth Caravelle has been "glitched", and made into a fascinating sculpture pushes the boundaries of physical surrealism.
Things are not alway what they seem, especially for this fluffy white pillow, which is actually masterfully sculpted out of white marble by Norwegian artist Håkon Anton Fagerås.
Alberto Seveso's Dark Matter takes his signature ink and brings it to life with fluid photography.
Another British artist with a phenomenal knack for natural arrangements, James Brunt's work is beautiful and fleeting.
Masako Miki's larger-than-life felted wool sculptures are inviting, fun, and just wacky enough to be highly memorable.
French photographer Vincent Fournier shows us some great angles and perspectives of the Brazilian capital, framing details of the city's unique geography and built environment.
Some impressively tiny paper houseplants by Barcelona-based artist Raya Sader Bujana.
Elegant one-line minimalism from artist duo Differantly.
Some of Lisa Lloyd's exquisitely detailed creations use more than 4,000 individual bits of paper to makeup their designs.
Some stunning images of pollen seeds and cell structure, captured using scanning electron microscopy by Rob Kesseler.