We love everything about these illustrations. The style, the color, the concepts behind them, all resonate with us. Entitled "Verbéton", the series shows nature and animals taking over human constructs, from buildings and monuments, to tuk-tuks and even aerial trams. We see …
Chris Labrooy has a way with transforming cars, digitally, to become acrobatic stars you've never seen before. We're impressed by his imagination, taking well known classic sports cars, and tweaking them in ways we'd never have imagined ourselves.
German group Circus Roncalli has started using 3D holographs of animals, instead of live animals in their shows.
Not long after Disney bought the enormous Star Wars franchise, they made plans to open dramatic new theme parks dedicated to the well-loved world. Take a look at the new park, no longer far, far away.
Looking straight out of a science-fiction movie set, this beautiful and sleek restaurant has a design stays true to its futuristic vision. Architectural Decoration Design Co. is the firm that pulled it off, and the mirrors, sleek flowered panelling, and beautifully spare …
Photographer Jason Hawkes shows us the ways in which humans interact with water, all from a beautiful aerial perspective.
3D illustrator Aarón Martínez has a knack for the everyday, rendering ordinary scenes into playful and adorable vignettes. We love the absurdity and plasticky plumpness of his characters, and the humorous setups they're in.
Skillfully using Photoshop to create digital collages that blend disparate scenes together, Justin Peters shows us entirely new realities. Horizons cleanly fade into foregrounds, human elements seamlessly become natural ones.
Zero Labs plans to create collections of classic cars, fully updated for the 21st century, with modern amenities, and a fully electric drivetrain.
Advertising firm Wieden + Kennedy has released a short that features ocean plastic, and its detrimental effect on wildlife.
Photographer Ben Simon Rehn shows us beautiful reptiles and amphibians that call Madagascar home.
An interesting campaign that gives earth's point of view, using carefully angled cameras, and an ultra-wide angle lens.
Karen Jerzyk has a series called "The Lonely Astronaut" that explores concepts of loneliness and isolation, using ironically placed astronauts, like an abandoned home, a derelict bus, and a retro laundromat.