Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, these dreamy Japanese watercolors are a visual journey though a fantasy land.
These strange and elegant collages blend human and natural elements.
Entitled I Was Born, this example of earth art by Japanese Hajime Yoshida Architecture is a minimal slice into the ground, a slim wedge taken out, replaced with an all-red stairway down to a small landing.
For some serious makeup inspiration, take a look at the remarkable work by Amazing Jiro, who creates mind-bending art for your face.
We're in awe of these spectacular ribbon creations, all artfully designed and created by Japanese duo Baku Maeda and Toru Yoshikawa.
These brisk landscapes of the scenic Norwegian countryside are made surreal with the use of infrared film.
These pixel stretched images are the work of Texas-based digital artist Joe Cavazos, who uses the motion in a photograph to complete a stretched or wiped impression.
Blending vintage, fuzzy photos together in surreal, clever ways, artist Mohanad Shuraideh takes us on an amusing visual journey.
The pink flamingos still look pink in Paulo Pettigiani's Infraland series: Bolivia. But a lot of the landscape does, too.
Excited to see more work from Reuben Wu, who has become known for his skillful and alien-like landscapes, lit by geometric drone lighting.
Minimalist and spare, these images by Samir Belhamra are meditative in nature, almost the visual equivalent of zen music.
The Aurora Borealis (and Aurora Australis in the Southern Hemisphere) is a phenomenal phenomenon.
We love these geometric, minimal collages by Marcos Guinoza, bringing a surrealist sensibility to his prolific body of work.
The gently rolling hills of California's wine country have come alive with fields of light, thanks to Bruce Munro's installation, Field of Light at Sensorio.