Kevin Krautgartner's Iceland From Above is a study in textures and landscape diversity.
Folks Kitchenware is an innovative line of products meant to help the blind and visually impaired cook more safely and easily.
A surreal and fantastic alphabet designed by Studio Graza.
Colored smoke bombs make for a brilliant video in the Alvord desert.
A brand new site design for Mossandfog.com
Iceland, oh Iceland. You're so beautiful it hurts. We could post about your vast otherworldly landscapes for months, and not get tired of it. The contrasts, the forms, the rawness. Iceland is so full of picturesque vistas it boggles the mind.
Back in 2008, I started blogging with the hope of sharing some of the inspiration I found on the web. A simplistic page sharing personal thoughts and projects, the site grew into a showcase of talented artists, designers, photographers and innovators. While I …
In a beautifully imagined and creative manner, the animated GIF illustrations by the artist known as Sparrows are a joy to behold. Thoughtfully created, the illustrations have a rhythmic feel, without being repetitive or tiring. Via Colossal:
Earth Day 2015 is here. Let's go camping.
This strange and beautiful plant is called The Rose of Jericho (Selaginella lepidophylla). It’s a desert moss, and has a mesmerizing way of coming back to life, even after long periods of drought. Thanks to Colossal and Videographer Sean Steininger. The Rose of Jericho (Selaginella lepidophylla) i
You can almost feel the cool fog on your skin through these photographs by Mike Hollingshead. The way that fog hugs the hills and flows like weightless water is really magical.
Adrift is a masterpiece of fog photography, and especially fitting, seeing as it’s my homebase city, and this site’s namesake. Simon Christen spent a number of years tracking down perfect instances of fog, and he has some beautiful shots of fog rolling …
On a housekeeping note, Moss & Fog now has a Facebook presence, to share all the art/design inspiration with those of you who maybe don’t check in all the time. It’s a tiny page right now, but hopes are to grow it …
Tom Kondrat has some beautifully barren images from Iceland, taken during the coldest times of the year. His view takes on an almost haunting emptiness. Via FastCo Design: