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Photo by Satoshi H., courtesy Apple For a new promotional campaign celebrating the iPhone 6 camera, Apple reached out to a multitude of amateur and professional photographers alike to assemble a collection of 57 non-commissioned images.
Installatoin view, Limbus. Hashimoto Contemporary Over the last year or so, German street artist 1010 (previously) created several of his fantastic spray paint portals in locations around Germany, Panama, and the United States.
Not content with boring old inanimate origami, Japanese designer and maker Ugoita T. assembled this clever electromagnetic stage to bring his paper cranes to life.
Barbara Wildenboer produces sculptures pieced together from delicately cut books, thin strips of paper splaying out from each book’s spine.
Photo by Bart van Overbeeke 3D-printed nylon prototype Edible Growth is an ongoing project by Eindhoven-based food designer Chloé Rutzerveld that blends food, gardening, and 3d printing.
“Unmellow Yellow” by Nanette Lepore For spring 2015, Bloomingdale’s reached out to several designers to create pieces that both matched and were constructed by iconic Crayola colors.
Photo © Jonathan Nimerfroh Photo © Jonathan Nimerfroh Photo © Jonathan Nimerfroh Photo © Jonathan Nimerfroh Photo © Jonathan Nimerfroh Photo © Jonathan Nimerfroh Earlier this week photographer Jonathan Nimerfroh was walking along the coast of Nantucket when he noticed something odd about the waves crashing on shore.
For their latest Op-Doc, the New York Times traveled to El Salvador where they caught up with Rich and Dee Gibson, an unusual couple who have spent their entire relationship literally playing with fire.
Origami artist and chemistry teacher Adam Tram folds some incredibly beautiful objects with paper. From dinosaurs and skeletons to flowers and warriors, it seems nothing is off limits to his folding abilities.
Photos © Alex de Rijke / GIF by Gasoline Station Appearing as an oversized red barn, architecture and design studio dRMM‘s Sliding House has a much more complex facade than its doppleganger’s A-frame design.
“All’s Well That Ends Well” (2014) “All’s Well That Ends Well” detail (2014) “To Kill A Mockingbird” (2014) “Touching Time And Space: A Portrait Of David Ireland” (2014) “Linux: The Complete Manual” (2013) “National Geographic Magazines” (2013) “National Geographic Magazines” detail (2013) “San Francisco Phone Book” (2013) “Photoshop Manual” (2014) It’s become a fairly common sight: boxes of discarded books, abandoned on the sidewalk.
© Ramil Gilvanov/Rimma Gilvanova, Russia, Shortlist, Lifestyle, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards © Saeed Barikani, Iran, Shortlist, Smile, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards Ukrainian protester plays piano on a barricade in front of the riot police line during the continuing protest in Kiev, Ukraine on October 2, 2014.
For her MA degree project at the University of West Hungary, Budapest-based graphic designer Barbara Bernát devised this lovely concept for the Hungarian euro.
Polish painter Justyna Kopania depicts melancholy seascapes and towering ships obscured by mist with liberal applications of oil paint.
Photo by M. Elsevier Stokmans; Boeddhamummie (Drents Museum) (MMC / Jan van Esch) What looks like a traditional statue of Buddha dating back to the 11th or 12th century was recently revealed to be quite a bit more.
Michigan-based artist Pat Perry (previously) spent most of 2014 living a transient life spread across the U.S.
Street artist OakOak (previously) transformed a parking meter shadow into a perfect silhouette of Snoopy’s famous dog house this past Valentine’s Day in Saint-Etienne, France.
The above clip is a trailer of sorts for an upcoming non-verbal film titled Prograve by Italian filmmaker and documentarist Sandro Bocci.
The Flow Hive is a new beehive invention that promises to eliminate the more laborious aspects of collecting honey from a beehive with a novel spigot system that taps into specially designed honeycomb frames.
Quand on Aime Tout est Plaisir: After Fragonard, USA, 2013 Quand on Aime Tout est Plaisir: After Fragonard, USA, 2013 Recite, USA, 2014.