It's a thought-provoking series, and one that doesn't sit well with everyone.
Music obviously has the power to inspire. How about the instruments themselves? What might a piano look like from the inside? How about the interior of a standup bass or …
An endearing, playful series of photos with a photographer's aging mom.
A truly amazing little Scarab beetle found in Central America.
Fascinating explorations of symbiotic architecture using AI tool MidJourney.
Regardless if it ends up breaking ground or not, it’s nice to see concepts that bend the mind just a bit.
What would a 105 mile-long building be called, if it ran along the ground in a sleek linear fashion?
When we first heard that A.I. tools are now able to create artwork using nothing but text prompts, our ears perked up.
A beautiful collection of textural photography from Iceland.
This eery video shows us aerial footage around Pripyat, the city that was abandoned due to the Chernobyl meltdown.
We love the low-fi aesthetic of these collages by Berlin-based artist Isabel Reitemeyer.
Gorgeous, calming work. Worth repeat viewing.
Think up an image, any image, and artificial intelligence can make it.
Avatar: The Way of Water premieres December, 2022.
Cameroonian artist Maxime Manga is a talented artist who creates vibrant, expressive collage work.
“Dancing with Particles” combines bodies in motion with digitally added forms, alive with a sense of movement and grace.
Imagine what flowers in an alternate universe might look like...
We love the sharp black and white contrast of Kathrin Federer’s designs.
Designer and kinetic artist Reuben Margolin has a unique robotic caterpillar.
Anxo Vizcaíno’s work feels appropriate in this moment of mental exhaustion.
Some great surrealist vibes, taking you out of the ordinary, and into a visual menagerie.
SLip is a self described “old French Geek” who discovered collage work and perfected it, creating dynamic pop art that is dynamic and captivating. We see vintage imagery combined with …
French photographer Renaud Marion takes us on a visual journey of enormous insects
We continue to see the magic of infrared photography through Paolo Pettigiani and his series, Infraland.
Digital artist Oska has a portfolio set in space, where abstracted geometric forms and paths are set against a starry, outer space canvas.