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For this year's ArtPrize, the international art competition held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, one of the 25 shortlisted pieces deserves our complete attention.
With a name like Lucid Dream, you can be sure that this wedding reception would be nothing short of fantastic.
Dallas-based photographer and former U.S. Marine Joel Parés' powerful portrait series Judging America embodies the age-old idiom "don't judge a book by its cover." Through these photos, Parés seeks to challenge any prejudices that viewers may hold against other people based on race, socioeconomic status, sexual preference, or appearance.
UK-based German artist Mariele Neudecker fuses chemistry and sculpture in her ongoing series Tank Works, which consists of three-dimensional landscapes constructed within large aquariums.
Drone technology is interesting enough by itself, but when you strap a camera on it, the pairing can yield some awe-inspiring results.
Yachts offer incredible luxury on the sea, and the Italian company CRN has produced one that’s unlike any of its kind.
Canadian artist Mark Raynes Roberts creates incredible and exquisite works by engraving gorgeous scenes into pieces of crystal.
A gorgeous long exposure trail of fireflies at night, a large, green sea turtle coming in for a close-up, and an overly friendly polar bear?
Last year, photographers Philip Kirkman and Shannon McLaughlin had such great success with their NYC Taxi Drivers Beefcake Calendar that they decided to create another one for 2015.
Anyone with a fear of heights may want to avoid the International Highline Meeting, an annual event that took place this year at Monte Piana in the Italian Dolomites, and calls to those with an adventurous spirit.
For many people diagnosed with autism, communicating through speech and social interaction can be challenging.
Newlyweds Rebecca and Brian Pepper were in for a big surprise when an uninvited guest showed up at their sunset photo shoot in Tamworth, Australia last week.
Tokyo Instagrammer Mamoru Kanai has always been good at riding bicycles, and he creatively shows off his skills in the ongoing series titled Riding Pop.
Embroidery artist Sam P. Gibson uses thread to create a detailed, up-close look at the human eye. Equipped with black floss, she hand stitches the iris, eyelid, and eyelashes, capturing it all with delicate, thin lines.
If there's one thing Ai Weiwei knows about, it's being an unlawfully detained prisoner of conscience.
Weatherhead Architecture recently unveiled designs for Butterfly Square, a mixed-use town center that’ll be located in Halland, Sweden.
Conceptual artist and illustrator Gediminas Pranckevicius creates digital art that instantly whisk viewers off into a world of imagination.
Sergiu-Radu Pop, an architecture student taught by Zaha Hadid at Studio Hadid Vienna, unveiled development plans for the Earth's final frontier with his proposed Transformable Antarctic Research Facility.
Have you ever wondered what some of the world’s greatest architectural achievements are? A new poster titled The Schematics of Structures by the online shop Pop Chart Lab celebrates 90 structural feats from around the world and throughout time.
Australian artist Meredith Woolnough (@meredithwoolnough) celebrates the beauty of nature in her stunning embroidery works.