Chris Toledo is a world renowned miniature artist, creating highly realistic homes, in perfect 1:12 scale.
This mesmerizing art is the work of Australian artist Andy Thomas and shows us what the sounds of the Amazon rainforest would look like.
Murray Fredericks' gorgeous Lake Eyre photography captures purity of form.
We've gathered some inspiring outdoor space designs that can help transform your own backyard into something beautiful.
Though still in concept form, this home is a fascinating study in design, relying on algorithms to create a one piece flowing roof that resembles a toadstool or a complex …
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.
Embracing your Zen is a good thing.
Though artist Tomáš Libertíny made the frame of this spectacular Nefertiti sculpture, it was honeybees who took it to a new, wondrous level.
We love this caveman-in-a-cube that showed up in a Minneapolis park over the last few weeks.
Using chunky, 3D-rendered forms, textures, and vibrant colors, Micillo shares a highly unique and memorable alphabet.
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.
Tis' the season for sweet. These 3D-printed, geometric ornaments are not only ornate and beautiful, but they're totally edible.
Made from steam-bent Scandinavian Ash, bronze-plated skis, candy cane lacquer and even a solar panel to provide a heated seat, this sleigh will take Santa to his millions of Christmas …
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.
We're excited to announce the Moss and Fog Shop, which features gifts and products from around the world.
A mysterious metal monolith was discovered deep in the Utah desert last week, embedded in the ground without explanation.
Barbara Franc creates lifelike, inquisitive animal sculptures out of found objects and materials.
Inspired by the Japanese art of kintsugi, this elegant and timeless sculpture is actually a wireless speaker and lamp.
Photographer Reuben Wu has created a new genre of long exposure drone photography, with impressive, surreal-like results.