This molded wood Conch chair has an ergonomic shell that also houses a useful storage place under the seat.
Claire Droppert's Silence shows us utterly peaceful, quiet moments, the ones you can imagine being so quiet that your own breath or heartbeat are noticeable.
Happy Halloween! Here are a plethora of fun, festive animated GIFs to get you in the mood.
Entitled I Was Born, this example of earth art by Japanese Hajime Yoshida Architecture is a minimal slice into the ground, a slim wedge taken out, replaced with an all-red stairway down to a small landing.
The Dolomites remain high on our list of travel destinations. Their dramatic peaks showcase the raw nature that we crave, unadulterated and pure. Photographer Bruno Pisani does them justice with his short series. Via Behance:
We bet it's been a while since you did a search on 'ol Lycos or Netscape, huh? Indeed, the early days of the internet were a Wild West, with new and optimistic upstarts hoping to stake their claim on the open plains …
For some serious makeup inspiration, take a look at the remarkable work by Amazing Jiro, who creates mind-bending art for your face.
Candid Coincidences Captured in Urban Settings
Entitled the Nikon Small World photo competition, this contest showcases microphotography from around the world.
We've shared a lot of collage artists over the last few months, but it's fair to say none are as out-of-body as Johanna Goodman's, who creates strange, textured pieces that are as odd as they are memorable.
These pixel stretched images are the work of Texas-based digital artist Joe Cavazos, who uses the motion in a photograph to complete a stretched or wiped impression.
Self taught visual artist Andreas Lie is based in Norway, and has made a name for himself through stunning double exposure photography. We love his work so much, we have prints of it hanging in our home. There’s something magical to see …
Paris will host the 2024 Olympic Games, and they've just released a stylish and unusually feminine logo for the big summer event.
Capturing some really intriguing floral details of unusual plants, Helene Schmitz gives us a peek into the fascinating makeup of Sundew, Pitcher Plants and Venus Flytraps.