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At first, one might mistake ‘After Lights Out,’ Julien Mauve’s photographic series, for simple nightscapes.
Fumio Watanabe is a contemporary Japanese illustrator who makes lovely eye candy in the form of brightly colored illustrations of European landscapes.
Washington-based artist Olivia Knapp draws stunning black-and-white still lifes, albeit with a bizarre twist.
This recently shot video by Alpaca Media shows one of the world’s mysteries – a murmuration of starlings.
Parenthood can be both daunting and exciting. But for illustrator Martin Bruckner and his wife, it is flat entertaining.
Inspired by an incident at a Houston hair salon where a customer’s gun went off accidentally in her handbag, Shelley Calton began her series, ‘Concealed, She’s Got a Gun.’ The photographs depict women in various environments with handguns by their sides.
There were 9,200 entries from over 150 countries. The steep competition of National Geographic’s photography contest was rewarded with the Grand Prize Winner receiving $10,000 and a trip to the company’s headquarters in Washington D.C.
The Dutch painter, Piet Mondrian, is known for his brightly colored geometric abstractions. The careful design with squares of red, blue, yellow, and white have the streamlined simplicity that is the goal of many desk organization tools.
‘The method of drinking a fairy tale’ is a series of glassware by Japanese design company D-BROS. Designed by Yoshie Watanabe, the glasses feature adorable illustrations of classic fairy tale characters like Little Red Riding Hood and Snow White.
Plants are one of those things that hold an incredible curiosity in how they can move so slowly, yet so dramatically, over time. Visualizing this process is endlessly fascinating and one man in Jacksonville, Florida is giving the world a time-lapse flower-blooming fix via Instagram.
Roni Baranga has successfully creeped out the Internet with her collection of dinnerware decorated with protruding fingers, mouths, and tongues.
Adrenaline is a rare companion to the textile arts. Yet, a high-altitude weaving project created an unlikely playground for adventurers.
Aussie artist/creative director Leif Podhajsky was commissioned by Bose & Spotify to come up with visual interpretations of the top most remixed songs on streaming service Spotify.
Italian photographer Maurizio Di Iorio has a knack for making ordinary food items look glamorous. Whether it’s fast food, fruit, or fresh produce, Di Iorio’s still life photography always utilizes bold, intense color combinations to great effect.
Have you ever dreamed of walking among the clouds? Japanese artist Kohei Nawa has created an installation that immerses viewers into its billowy white forms.
From a distance, these patterns look like they might be created with pointilism or a similar technique.
Last year for Mother’s Day, Brooklyn-based architect and computational designer Nicholas Desbiens created a thoughtful 3D printed gift for his wife.
Everyone has a sworn enemy. You know, the person who you despise with every ounce of your body. Maybe it’s your Aunt Lucy who made you wear ugly Christmas sweaters your entire childhood or the guy in the breakroom who hasn’t discovered deodorant.
John Edmark designed these intriguing ‘Fibonacci Zoetrope’ sculptures that become animated when spun under a strobe light or are captured by a video camera with a fast shutter speed.
As humanity has progressed over the past couple hundred years we have put a lot of stress on our beloved home planet.