Since May of 2020, an autonomous AI named Rachael has been posting one image a day on Instagram, all real-time rendered 3D sculptures that are especially 'likable'.
This symbolic but also purposeful project in Mexico melts down guns to create shovels, which are then used to plant trees.
These poignant, powerful pieces are the work of Chinese sculptor Wang Ruilin, who captures deep emotion in his animal designs.
This elegant, arching and swooping light sculpture was part of the 2020 Taiwan Lantern Festival.
Designed and created by TeamLab, this interactive show features gorgeous hanging flowers and airplants that move to accommodate and "cocoon" its visitor.
A decidedly modern and sleek home clad in Corten steel, set deep in the Ukrainian forest.
A series where famous New York landmarks are moved to desolate locations, giving them entirely new context and perspective.
These impressive arrangements made entirely of pencils are the work of Afghan Canadian artist Bashir Sultani.
We love the geometric forms and clean style of sculptor Matt Byrd.
Like stepping onto a soft, mossy covering of a forest floor, these beautifully crafted embroidery pieces take us out of our normal lives, and into a beautifully natural one. They’re …
This mesmerizing art is the work of Australian artist Andy Thomas and shows us what the sounds of the Amazon rainforest would look like.
Natalie Ciccoricco's simple yet beautiful arrangements, bringing a balance between nature and geometric craft.
Give into your organizing, OCD side with these clever arrangements from Ursus Wehrli.
Brother and sister pastry chefs Madina Yavorskaya and Rustam Kungurov create artistically stunning cakes, from pop-art icons to geometric towers of tastiness.
Some highly creative finalists for Dezeen x Samsung's cardboard challenge, a competition to repurpose packaging into something new.
We are dazzled by the vibrant, futuristic 3D renderings and animations from designer Ari Weinkle.
Leonardo Ulian creates fascinating designs using old electronics parts suspended inside vintage tennis rackets.
When a travel photographer gets quarantined for months on end, real cabin fever sets in, and they've got to get creative.
Christo Vladimirov Javacheff, known to the art world just as Christo, created massive, landscape-sized works of art that captivated the world. He died at his home in New York of …
Artist Chris Wolston has a series of handcrafted wicker chairs that literally beckon to you to sit down with waving arms, and expressive legs.
Designer Kyle Bean and photographer Aaron Tilley have a fun and apprehensive series called 'In Anxious Anticipation' that should make you slightly nervous.
There's an enormous wave crashing inside a building in Seoul.