Luigi Colani died this week at age 91, and with him, we've lost an idiosyncratic and fabulously unique design mind. His work spanned many decades and many industries, from automotive to aeronautical, to consumer goods, like cameras and other devices.
This art installation by Klaus Littman is a dramatic, stadium-filling piece, filling a full-size football stadium with over 300 large trees.
These hyper color fruits and vegetables nearly jump off the screen with their vibrancy.
Take an exceptionally satisfying visual journey into a ballpoint pen with this Super Zoom.
A high-tech prequel to Jim Henson's 1982 series The Dark Crystal airs on Netflix August 30. Called The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, the rebirth of the series takes the magic of the original, and pumps it up with 21st century wizbangery and …
We find Stephen Wilkes' approach to photography fascinating, as demonstrated in his signature 'Day to Night' series.
Benjamin Everett is an award-winning photographer, recently named the winner of Hasselblad's Masters competition. His work spans the globe, taking in an enormous variety of landscapes and locales, from mountaintops to peaceful fields.
We love the color and movement of this mesmerizing short film by Rus Khasanov, showcasing impossibly colorful balls of paint and glitter morphing, merging, and absorbing one another.
Erkin Demir combines natural elements with model portraits, turning what could look silly and laughable into something emotional and dreamlike.
(OO) is the clever title of this short film by Seoro Oh, and man oh man it's a beauty. Never before have we seen a story about the nose and its perils so expressively represented.
We've followed the work of Erik Johansson for years now, admiring the way he's able to creatively construct a surrealist scene.
J. Flynn Newton has come to terms with his recurring nightmare, giant waves and skies made up of stormy waters. Indeed, he's illustrated them, using black and white photography. The result is beautiful and spooky.
Fractals exist everywhere in nature, creating infinite, mind-bending patterns that are even stranger than a casual glance may show.
Artist and designer Miroslav Dimitrov has a sleek and modern interpretation of the traditional Kukeri of Bulgaria.