A series of surrealist portraits by photographer and designer Huainan Li.
In Carl Kleiner's series called Postures, tulips are delicately and gracefully displayed on thin metal frames, allowing their long stems and slender leaves to be presented. A bit of subtle movement using stop-motion adds to the composition.
Designer Tyler Haywood strives to create daily animated GIFs in a series called Angular Geometry. Here are just a tiny sampling of his impressively fluid and diverse animations.
Aside from the White House and 10 Downing Street, we were a bit hard pressed to know many of the Official Residences from around the world. Thankfully, CompareMyMove.com has a handy visual guide to many of these official places, including some truly …
Should your enemies need a big soft pillow of sugar hurled at them, nothing will work better than this Marshmallow Crossbow. Made of natural materials, and able to shoot marshmallows over 60 feet, this medieval design has been updated to be significantly less-lethal, …
A series showing major world cities in a split second, using layered photography to get an essence of the pace of life.
Madagascar's Stone Forest is an otherworldly and beautiful place, filled with razor sharp rock formations.
The deadly Lake Natron in northern Tanzania kills whatever life ventures into it.
The Looking Glass is a holograph device that requires no special glasses or goggles to work, creating 3D images, and wowing viewers.
Thomas Kinkade's often derided paintings find new life, thanks to ironic architectural mashups.
Located in Washington State's Cascade Mountains, Tumble Creek Cabin is a sleek modern interpretation of a cabin, utilizing eco-friendly materials and technology inside and out.
We've been enamored of Alberto Seveso's work for years, the way he captures ink in water, the abstract yet deeply beautiful forms they make. His most recent work is less dimensional in nature, but just as beautiful.
The wheelchair gets a sleek redesign in this smart, futuristic concept from South Korean designer Kwanjun Ryu.
Andres Reisinger's architectural renderings are dreamlike and surrealist in nature, showcasing airy, minimalist restraint.