Happy Earth Day! Or should it be, Happy Earth Day? We feel conflicted on this Earth Day, in the year 2019.
Capturing the beautiful spherical shapes of dewdrops and oil droplets, Heidi Westum gives us a vibrant collection that respects the way light works so elegantly with liquid. We respect the work that goes into this technical photography.
This ultra-minimalist, sleek home in the Canadian wilderness is set on a lake, and should satisfy your modernist dreams.
Long before plastic, markets and food stalls were resourceful with their packaging, using natural materials to bundle and hold things together. Now that the global plant epidemic has resonated, we see some grocery stores in Asia starting to revert to these clever, …
Dichroic glass is special because it displays two different colors, depending on how the light hits it. Artist and sculptor Chris Woods takes advantage of this property, with some beautiful geometric sculptures made up of glass squares.
An interesting campaign that gives earth's point of view, using carefully angled cameras, and an ultra-wide angle lens.
This Massachusetts university has an impressive new business school building, with a facade that resembles falling dominoes.
You'd most certainly not want to be on the receiving end of this Simbakubwa kutokaafrika, an ancient giant carnivore that lived in Africa, 22 million years ago.
A series takes that takes cut paper art to the next level, where each layer of the paper is slightly different, taking us on a time-based journey of that particular subject matter.
Artist and designer Pawel Nolbert has become known for his striking and memorable paint stroke motif, bringing a depth and physicality to what is normally a two dimensional art medium.
Artist, photographer and expert creator Daria Khoroshavina has an impressive catalog of tasty cinemagraphs.
Vintage Everyday reminds us how cool (and goofy and practical) the station wagons of the 1960s were, with a trip down memory lane.
Illustrator Levente Szabó has a sleek, minimalist style that is a perfect match for the clean, minimalist architecture of famed modernist Oscar Niemeyer.
Bella McGoldrick has a series of hyper-realistic drawings, using crumpled bags, boxes, and concert tickets as subject matter.