Strange, supernatural moss people by Finnish artist Kim Simonsson.
Sight Unseen explores some of the best designs from last year's Milan Furniture Fair.
Nino is a modern, geometric interpretation of the classic garden gnome. Made of concrete and brass, he'll be a welcome addition to your yard or garden.
The Orbiform is a mathematically perfect solid of constant width, a physical object meant to educate and inspire.
Some really artful illustrations by Polish artist Tomasz Majewski.
A beautiful home in Sao Paulo with sleek lines, and a 30-foot swimming pool that makes up the wall of the house itself.
A strange and thrilling gallery of Bogotá, Colombia from above, altered to become supernatural.
The creative chameleon that was David Bowie, as illustrated by Helen Greene.
Bright, inspired illustrations for various publications by Filipino artist Geraldine Sy.
A look at the 2017 United Nations Peace Stamps, beautifully designed by firm Stranger & Stranger.
A vibrantly painted basketball court in a Belgian neighborhood brings a block of concrete alive.
A giant spiraling lookout tower is set to take shape outside of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Yukiko Morita's lamps are made from actual baked bread, creating hilarious yet beautiful glowing forms that light up your home. Just don't eat them.
The sleek, sweeping form of the MAAT Museum in Lisbon Portugal looks stunning in photos.