A poor community in Southern Mexico is now home to the world's first 3D-printed neighborhood, thanks to nonprofit New Story.
Some stunning images of pollen seeds and cell structure, captured using scanning electron microscopy by Rob Kesseler.
In this series we see trees 'posed' in front of a canvas, the way a human portrait may be.
Impressively delicious food photography by Pavel Sablya.
This clever video by Blue Zoo shows us the struggle of 'The Idea', and how hard it is to get those organized thoughts out.
Here are a collection of the Top 9 Instagram posts from @mossandfog in 2019. Take a look.
Classic, memorable paintings from the Prado, Spain's most famous art museum, have been redone to encapsulate the terror and chaos that climate change is and will bring.
Get in the Christmas spirit with this collection of deeply cringe-worthy and just plain awkward album covers. Ranging from Sweden to Mexico, the Christmas hilarity is in full swing with this series.
With themes of futurism, death and rebirth, digital artist Stuart Lippincott shows us a strange yet beautiful series, rendered with great use of light.
Brooklyn-based illustrator Libby Vanderploeg has a charming sensibility.
We think this sleek cylinder would make a fantastic holiday gift. Part flashlight, part flask, you can go out in the wilderness knowing you have light and the liquid courage you need to survive.
Fascinating series of painting/photo work by Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov shows classical style painted figures in mundane contemporary settings.
This symbolic but also purposeful project in Mexico melts down guns to create shovels, which are then used to plant trees.
French artist Thomas Blanchard creates stunning work using soap, ink, and a very creative eye.