We love the sleek minimalism of these clogs, called the Modular Mule.
With Van Gogh's Starry Night, we see one of the most famous paintings of all time brought to life in brick form.
There's something otherworldly about these rendered, organic forms.
Not very often does a cheap find at a thrift store turn out to be an ancient relic.
A cubist sculpture from Pablo Picasso will go to auction soon.
Designer and kinetic artist Reuben Margolin has a unique robotic caterpillar.
Witty, insightful and just plain goofy, Nicole McLaughlin creates fashion items out of just about everything.
Bruce Boyd and Tharien Smith froze flowers in blocks of ice and captured pristine images of them underwater.
The Macallan features the release of their ultra rare, 81-year-old collection called The Reach.
This dynamic work that feels scientific and artistic all at once.
Viewed from a distance, the mosaic has an uncanny resemblance to the Dutch painter’s work.
Designer Kyle Bean and photographer Aaron Tilley have a fun and apprehensive series sure to raise your anxiety
Joshua Nowicki captures remarkable sand formations on the shores of Lake Michigan.
With organic shapes and a tilting angle, a range of plants can live in them.
We didn't know the world of pasta could be quite so vibrant and patterned until we came across the work of David Rivillo.
We love the way that designers and architects can solve thorny problems, with ingenuity and style.
Known for their elaborate and fanciful paper displays, Zim & Zou have created another showstopper for an Hermés store in Tokyo.
Kohler and artist Daniel Arsham have collaborated on this unique 3D-printed sink
The Sarco Pod is a new device meant to usher in a new era of dignified death.
When winter takes hold, temperatures plunge, and nature creates a whole new landscape of frozen, frosty wonders.
Usually you don't want your watercraft to resemble rocks
Jaime Sanchez is a digital designer and 3D artist with a penchant for bright, colorful work.
Since their founding in 1846, Swiss-based Ulysse Nardin has made marine chronometers, or mechanical timepieces, in the tradition of other Swiss watchmakers.
Imagine walking through a forest and seeing flowers glowing back at you in a beautiful rainbow gradient.