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Massive Lego House set to open in popular brick toy’s hometown

Close to 60 years since the Lego brick was first designed and developed, the Lego company is still building up on its massive cross-generational popularity as it prepares to open a giant brick playhouse, called Lego House.

Who knew we can do this to a sheet of A4?

Peter Callesen is a Denmark-born artist who has amazing skills when it comes to paper. Although he also creates art using another medium, he almost exclusively worked with white paper recently in different objects, paper cuts, installations, and performances.

The ancient Chinese art of carved lacquer bares its intricacy in an ongoing exhibition

Carved lacquer, an important traditional Chinese art form, is the subject of “Cinnabar: The Chinese Art of Carved Lacquer,” an ongoing exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Meticulously detailed insect and plants sculptures molded from glass

These insects and flowers by Yuki Tsunoda are made from molded glass. The 26-year-old Japanese sculptor molds tiny bits of soft Moretti glass employing the use of small tools along the way to create highly detailed, multicolor insects, flowers nearly to scale.

See an eccentric collection of ‘blue people’ from the wildly amusing Museum of Bad Art

The Museum Of Bad Art (MOBA) is everything it sounds like. This community-based, private institution is dedicated to the collection, preservation, exhibition and celebration of “bad art” in all its forms and in all its glory.

Fiery ring in the Swiss Alps bring out primal fears of predators

Douglas Gordon and Morgane Tschiember’s fiery ring installation burns brightly amidst the icy peaks of the Swiss Alps.

Nomadic life of tight-knit community, Irish Travellers, captured in photographs

Meeting new people is one thing. Meeting a group of closed-off, extremely private nomads is another. Deep in the countryside of Ireland resides a group of families known as one of Ireland’s ethnic minorities.

Colorful gas stations photographed in Iraq will change your whole perspective about the country

Despite being depicted in papers and the media as a war-torn country, some parts of Iraq still prosper quietly and, surprisingly, in full color.

Latest Zona Maco exhibit showcases the best of Latin America’s art

With the recent rise of aversion towards U.S. President Donald Trump’s insistence of constructing a wall to ban Mexican immigrants, the spotlight has turned to the Latin American city.

Photographer pays homage to cinema’s favorite characters through dreamy, black and white long exposures

From realistic visual effects to captivating scenic footages, it is true that cinematography has come a long way.

Eclectic handmade jewelry collection made by artists in Nevada’s annual Burning Man

Every August of the year, thousands flock to the Black Rock Desert – a deserted area located northwest of Nevada – for the Burning Man festival.

Iconic robot collection stuns at Germany’s Vitra Design Museum

In recent years, the technology world has amassed a notable rise in robotic inventions. These advancements have changed the world’s perspective in dealing with everyday life and broadened awareness in numerous issues.

Former spice warehouse in Singapore now an elegant industrial hotel

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to stay for a night in a warehouse? Singapore-based design studio Asylum in collaboration with architectural firm Zarch Collaboratives has transformed a former spice warehouse into a mesmerizing, industrial hotel right in the middle of The Lion City.

World’s narrowest house in Poland is not for the claustrophobic

As the problem of living space progresses into the lack thereof, developers have now started building vertically in place of the traditional construction.

The Frick Museum: premier destination for Old Master paintings and European sculptures

The Frick Museum boasts of amazing art collections, from paintings to sculptures and other decorative pieces.

The annual Armory Show is back, takes a deeper look into multiculturalism and other important issues today

The Armory Show is one of the most popular art shows in the country. Each year, it comes back and features highly important pieces of work from various artists.

Father of auto-destructive art dies, leaves behind grand legacy of activism and artistic idealism

Gustav Metzger is one of the most popular artists in the political arena. At a young age, he has become a big name in anti-capitalism, anti-consumerism, and the disarmament of nuclear weaponry.

William P. Chappel’s paintings offer glimpse of life in early 19th-century New York City

If for any reason you’ve wondered what New York City was like in the 19th century, you might want to look to William P.

Instagram artist makes lip art to die for, paints pregnant Beyonce on her mouth!

Jazmina Daniel is not your ordinary woman. She is not just talented. That would be an understatement.

Selfies gone bad: Tourist accidentally trips onto an $800,000 art piece inside exhibit

How far will you go to get an Instagram-worthy photo? A visitor at the recent event, Infinity Mirrors – All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins by Yayoi Kusama, held at the Hirshborn Museum in Washington, D.C.