If 2020 can be summed up in a series of illustrations, we'd want to nominate designer and illustrator Simo Liu for the job.
Timur Zagirov's latest work continues his theme, re-creating iconic imagery using a mosaic of wooden pieces.
The Aurora Borealis (and Aurora Australis in the Southern Hemisphere) is a phenomenal phenomenon.
From peanuts to LEGO-inspired bricks, these creative crayons break from the traditional shapes, and offer tactile forms and vibrant coloring experiences.
Remington Robinson creates beautiful landscape paintings within the smallest canvas imaginable.
This charming short animation by Lucas Zanotto is spot on, showing a funny little hot dog grin that won't be turned upside down.
The 1999 Ford 012C Concept was designed by Marc Newson, and still looks relevant, 20+ years later.
Pieometry is the new book from baker Lauren Ko, who impresses with her geometric creations.
Your Friday needs this short clip of 'Here Comes the Sun' being played on a Kalimba in a field of flowers to a happy pooch.
Photographer Reuben Wu has created a new genre of long exposure drone photography, with impressive, surreal-like results.
Really nice arrangements of flowers made sexier with the use of glass vessels and orbs that bend and skew their light.
A handy fall foliage tracker keeps you in the know for autumn colors 🍁
Yosemite National Park is undoubtedly one of the prettiest places on the planet, with raw, pure nature that offers views like none other.
A collection of Andy Goldsworthy fall leaf arrangements, plus some additional inspiring nature art.
Some amazing entrants into this year's Small World photomicrography competition, which focuses on miniature items that pack a huge visual punch.
This 'Sculpture Painting' by Timur Zagirov is made up of hundreds of wooden cubes to replicate Van Gogh's Self Portrait.
Beautiful visions of Earth from above.
These heat-reactive stamps for the Finnish Post reveal climate change messages when a finger is applied.
These light and airy portraits are made more fresh and unique with 'digital makeup'.
Oceanographer and engineer Derya Akkaynak has devised a new algorithm, cleverly named 'Sea Thru' that cancels out blue green hues, producing underwater imagery so pristine that it looks like the water has …
Polish interactive studio MELT has an impressive portfolio of colorful and mesmerizing exhibitions.
By basically all measures, 2020 is a doozy. If you're not paranoid by fear or anxiety or just boatloads of stress, good for you. For the rest of us, there …