The Tower of Jewels is what the echium wildpretii is often referred to. It's a flowering plant endemic to the Canary Island of Tenerife.
Amazing and hilarious miniature photography, in a series called Minimiam. The mundane becomes fascinating, and the smallest items take on a whole new perspective.
French photographers Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot have a series called Blossom, exploring wild and abandoned spaces using colored smoke bombs.
Strange, supernatural moss people by Finnish artist Kim Simonsson.
Stockholm's subway system is adorned with art and impressive murals, covering the big cavernous underground stations.
Urs Fischer has a powerful sculpture on display, a life-size aluminum rhinoceros, attracting a slew of manmade objects to it's orbit.
Paloma Rincón brings drama to her series Broken Heart, capturing flowers shattering using liquid nitrogen and high speed photography.
Marcus Wendt explores the cacti of the Canary Islands under macro infrared photography, unlocking a range of exotic forms and colors.
A new mural by Camille Walala covers a seven-story building in Brooklyn with an eye-catching Memphis Style design.
Filip Hodas' series Pop Culture Dystopia continues, with bold, broken, and poignant references to famous characters, gone awry.
Xavier Portela's hypercolor cityscapes bring a sense of futurism to the skyscrapers of megacities.
A series of faceless portrait photography by Andrea Torres Balaguer succeeds in feeling both provocative and coy.
The new Muraka hotel suite in the Maldives is in a glass dome, 16 feet below the Indian Ocean. Sleeping with the fishes has never been sexier.
A look at Stephen Wilkes' remarkable day to night images, capturing an entire scene from day to night in a single photograph.