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Rena Detrixhe collected thousands of seeds in Lawrence, Kansas, and she stitched the unlikely art materials into an amazingly delicate tablecloth with a lace-like pattern.
From December 5-8 earlier this month, the city of Lyon in France was illuminated by dazzling light displays for the 2014 Fête des Lumières (Festival of Lights).
With an impressive crop of facial hair, Isaiah Webb creates fantastically peculiar beard sculptures. Known as Mr.
Photographer Harun Mehmedinovic captured a rare weather phenomenon this year when the Grand Canyon was filled with a stunning sea of clouds.
In Sydney, floral tributes came pouring in at the corner of Castlereagh Street and Martin Place in honor to those who tragically lost their lives in this week's deadly siege at Lindt café.
This new 10-meteres-square installation by Squidsoup asks visitors to walk through it, becoming one with the art.
World-renowned architect Zaha Hadid has just unveiled plans for a futuristic, sand dune-shaped building.
Beijing-based artist Li Hongbo recently unveiled Shadow of Knives, an incredible series of carved silhouette sculptures exhibited in his solo show at Contemporary by Angela Li in Hong Kong.
The advent of 3D printing has made miracles happen, as Derby the dog can certainly attest to. He was born with a congenital disease that caused a malformation in his front paws which shaped them more like flippers than feet.
Over the course of the six years, we've seen some truly breathtaking photos of people being married all around the world.
Like many photographers who dabble in macro photography, Alexey Kljatov was interested in seeing a world unseen by the naked eye.
Polish artist Piotr Sokolowski’s elaborate origami creations use intricate tucks and folds to bring three-dimensional paper animals to life.
Kyoto-based artist Niyoko Ikuta, one of the most prominent figures in contemporary Japanese glass art, produces evocative and enchantingly elaborate sculptures out of plate glass.
Eleanor Lutz is a designer whose knowledge of molecular biology and love of science is translated into beautifully-designed infographics.
Each year, we don festive sweaters to show off our Christmas spirit, so why not spread the cheer to beards, too?
This gracefully curving wooden chair is one of the latest pieces exquisitely crafted by designer Alejandro Estrada.
These handmade porcelain teacup and saucer sets may look like matched pairs, but it’s all a delightful illusion.
Photographers often travel thousands of miles and wake up at the crack of dawn to capture their once-in-a-lifetime shots.
As Christmas draws nearer, our hearts are filled with joy at the thought of caroling, gingerbread cookies, gently falling snow, and the age-old tradition of children posing with Santa Claus for an endearing photo.
Winners of the National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 have just been announced! Out of more than 9,000 entries, the photo titled A Node Glows in the Dark nabbed the top spot.