Some of the world's most famous architectural structures have been revisited by a gothic sensibility, exploring how they would change.
Great architecture can speak for itself, but when photographed just right, it comes alive in a way that adds a whole different dimension. These captures by photographer Nick Frank are great because of their clean composition, and the strong white blue contrast.
Artist Elsa Mora explores the human brain, creating paper forms that resemble the two cortexes, using beautifully intricate folds and cuts.
Simple yet emotionally resonant work from Andre Elliott, showcasing hands under neon light.
If you’ve ever visited Terminal 2 in San Francisco, you’ve noticed the beautiful, organic net sculptures by artist Janet Echelman. The undulating forms are fluid and sculptural, yet the materials keep them light and graceful. Colossal takes a look at some of …