Chris Toledo is a world renowned miniature artist, creating highly realistic homes, in perfect 1:12 scale.
Cascatelli is a brand new pasta shape, years in the making, and perfectly designed for your fork.
MycoWorks is a company working with mushroom mycelium to create high-grade alternatives to traditional leather.
Using many layers of intricately cut colored paper, artist Daniel A du Preez creates beautiful depth in his framed pieces.
This elegant side table has a great stance, and glass 'wings' that open like that of a beetle.
Spanish hairdresser Alexis Ferrer has created a way to print full color designs onto hair extensions, resulting in patterns and intricate styles we've never seen before.
A stunning home in Upstate New York by Jens Quistgaard has us swooning.
We love the vibrant personality of these upcycled glass plates. The work of Fabien Cappello, they're made using glass offcuts that are fused together, a technique that lends a beautifully …
Artist Yi Chulhee is a sculptor with a unique medium, transforming cylindrical pipes into true sculptural works of art.
Wanting to ride your bike on ice is one thing. Choosing to engineer your bicycle with giant circular saw blades instead of wheels is another.
Wildly intricate hair braiding by Trendafilka Kirova
Nzambi Matee is a 29-year-old entrepreneur from Nairobi, and a force to be reckoned with.
These space collages transport us out of our normal headspace.
Timur Zagirov's latest work continues his theme, re-creating iconic imagery using a mosaic of wooden pieces.
For 31 consecutive seasons, the ICEHOTEL has been creating amazing winter experiences for guests, including 12 one-of-a-kind suites, made entirely of snow and ice.
Showing extreme dedication and skill, artist Selva Aparicio from Spain has created a truly unique piece, hand carving an intricate rug into an oak floor.
Check out this fascinating and impressive art made by bruising banana peels.
Just don't be surprised if one of your chair legs is shorter than the other, or the icing glue comes apart.
Tis' the season for sweet. These 3D-printed, geometric ornaments are not only ornate and beautiful, but they're totally edible.
Recreating one of the most famous woodblock prints in history, Japan-based artist Jumpei Mitsui gives us a LEGO rendition of the The Great Wave Off Kanagawa using over 50,000 bricks.
From peanuts to LEGO-inspired bricks, these creative crayons break from the traditional shapes, and offer tactile forms and vibrant coloring experiences.
There is furniture that is ‘inspired by nature’, and then there’s the new Design by Nature Collection, which looks like the real thing. Created by Swedish studio Front and Italian …