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.
Photographer Dimitar Karanikolov travels throughout Mexico, showing us the country's beauty from an aerial perspective.
Photographer Steve Axford shows us some amazing fungi, varying wildly in appearance.
Combining model photography and clever bits of surrealism, we see Yuni Yoshida's creativity on display. Fleeting and lighthearted in nature, her work seems effortless, as she explores concepts of space, distortion, and juxtaposition.
The Carinthia region of Austria is full of impressive mountain peaks, and beautifully snaking roads. It's perfect for a road trip, or even more impressive, a motorcycle trip.
We love these super-colorful, intricate laser-cut paper creations by UAE-based artist Julia Ibbini. Inspired by Islamic geometry patterns, her carefully constructed work is layered onto vibrant paper that help the shapes and patterns pop.
The Naturecruiser is an elegant riverboat, meant for very slow but deliberate travel on rivers and lakes.
New York City's Hudson Yards development is one of the biggest in the United States, with the building of over 16 major buildings and towers. One of the tallest towers will reach 1,268 feet high, and will feature an enormous glass observation …
An exceptionally sleek and modern home in Spain makes us wonder, what is too minimal? We explore the Hofmann House.
It's pretty doubtful that many of us will shell out the $200,000 dollars for a two-night stay in The Palm's new Empathy Suite.
Berndnaut Smilde is a Dutch artist, creating thoroughly unexpected art in unexpected places. The concept of creating a floating cloud inside a building is simplistic, but the effect is powerful, and immediately disarms the viewer, making them reinterpret the physical space and …
The giant Redwoods and Sequoias of Northern California truly are some of the most magical spots on the planet. Time slows down, size perspectives change, and you feel transported to a different, calmer, more magical planet for a brief period.