Most of us would agree that alarms aren't fun. And even using your phone as an alarm is less than ideal. Enter The Bird, a tactile and beautiful system that integrates sound, light, and movement into a single device.
Sequoias are amazing, any way you look at them. From their sheer scale, to their age, to their incredible red beauty, these stoic beauties are impossible to portray accurately in images.
In this stylized, subtle cinemagraph series for Montblanc, we see a carefully curated and arranged collection of items, from plants to keepsakes, to the lovely orange of the Montblanc leathergoods.
Photographer Jose Cervera Hauser has a truly beautiful collection of photos taken under the sea entitled Underwater Portfolio.
We have no backup planets, no spares. This is the only one. The only one we can call home. This is earth. Please protect it. Original.
There's no doubt that Jimmy Nelson's portraits of indigenous peoples from around the world are beautiful. They're exceptionally composed, and the diversity of faces, setting, and dress are stunning.
Tiny homes aren't for everyone. Their miniature nature bring to mind a cramped, less-than-desirable feel. Well, if Don Draper had a tiny home, this one might be his.
The Big Cloud is packed with dramatic photography all focusing on the power of storm clouds. Supercell storm clouds big and diverse, packed with enormous energy.
Some seriously delicious food styling and photography from Michael Roulier for David Jones.
For a number of days in early November, the streets of Toulouse, France come alive with giant monsters. Take a look!
In a stunning yet very sobering series, photographer Tom Hegen takes us on an aerial journey of the Arctic Ice Sheet, as it cracks and crumbles, slowly melting into the sea.
Dutch photographer Albert Dros has a great series exploring the natural beauty of Kyrgyzstan.
Turning plastic bottles into clothing isn't new, but Everlane is launching a new collection of minimal, stylish clothing that gives you the plastic bottle count that each piece is made up of.
In time for Halloween, The Oregon Zoo is getting into the spirit, sharing X-rays of their residents, with results that are both smile-worthy, and a little spooky.