Generally when you look at couches or sofas, the design is relatively tame. Not this collection. Curated by Yanko Design, these are some of the most fascinating, unique styles we've ever seen.
This strange and startling concept by architect Amey Kandalgaonkar is about as 'out there' as we can imagine, merging ultra-modern lines with the organic natural forms of a craggy, enormous rock.
This striking series by Mikael Owunna was shot entirely in the dark using a UV filter, of models covered in fluorescent pigments. The result looks like people made of stars, their interstellar points of light shining bright against the inky blackness.
Artist Geraldine Sy has a collection of colorful and attractive posters made for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation.
Japanese artist Natsumi Hayashi is a self-proclaimed "levitator", taking photos of herself floating all over her city of Tokyo. The clever compositions show her on the subway, vacuuming, and going about her daily tasks, all while hovering elegantly above the ground. It makes …
We've seen a lot of beautiful examples of paper quilling recently, and this is no exception. These extravagant, colorful flowers radiate life, even though they're simply made from paper.
In this delightful short, we see why the world's best mathematicians are hoarding sticks of this ultra-premium Japanese chalk. Touted as the Rolls Royce of chalk, Hagoromo supposedly writes and erases better than anything else in the world.
This tragic case of humans vs. the natural world involves the critically endangered Northern White Rhino, of which two remain, in the entire world. You read that right. One, two. And since they are both females, the species is set to go …
This collection of stunning nature photography has been enhanced by Samir Belhamra, who combines pristine photos together in compelling composites.
Somehow seeing the Apollo astronauts on the moon bouncing around like bunnies seems entirely new, and hilarious.
Combining animal faces with abstracted floorpans, Federico Babina has created a clever series he calls Planimals. It's an impressively large collection, from Bulls to Owls to Giraffe, Foxes, and Toucans.
A collection of the worst, most stupid and nonsensical stock photo work from around the web.
In a poetic, half-a-lifetime effort, Polish conceptual artist Roman Opalka tried to count to infinity, using his paintbrush. From 1965 until his death in 2011, he patiently and diligently painted consecutive numbers.
Parisian Thibaud Poirier has a beautiful series of his city in the midst of a crackling, brooding thunderstorm, the skies purple and alive. We love the big, building storm clouds, and the way the Eiffel Tower stands as a beacon, almost welcoming, inviting …