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Several sky-gazers have had the opportunity to photograph fascinatingly unusual mammatus clouds, which are protrusions that hang from the underside of air masses.
New York City's Throckmorton Fine Art recently opened a remarkable exhibit entitled Mirror Mirror…Portrait of Frida Kahlo, which features more than thirty rare photographs of world-renowned artists.
Grant Thompson of YouTube's King of Random has created LEGOs that cannot only be used for building, but can also be used for eating!
Two months ago, 22-year-old Christian LeBlanc was spending a semester abroad in Bangkok when one of his Instagram photos went viral.
French artist Samsofy started out by photographing extreme sports in urban areas, but has recently focused his camera on smaller subjects.
When Brooklyn photographer Marc Bushelle and his wife Janine decided to teach their daughter Lily about famous African American women, they had her dress up as the historical figures for a series of photos.
Curator Merry Foresta has spent the last few years collecting one-of-a-kind snapshots of famous artists from the Smithsonian's Archives of American Art.
There is nothing better than snuggling with your furry friend and thanks to a new sweatshirt by the Japanese company Unhabitat, you can now do this hands-free!
Using mathematical formulas and patterns, structural engineer Richie Duncan invented the Kodama Zome, which is the world's first hanging zome.
During his summer and springtime trips to Italy, Polish photographer Marcin Sobas has captured captivating aerial views of Tuscany's sheep-filled scenery.
In 2010, Elora Hardy left her successful fashion career in New York and returned to her childhood home in Bali, which is where she decided to build bamboo houses for a living.
When sketching monochromatic portraits of his subjects, English artist Dylan Andrews does not use a typical technique.
No doubt, you're probably already familiar with the name Sarah Ann Loreth. Throughout the seven years we've been around, we've featured her strong, conceptual photography countless times calling her images everything from "hauntingly engaging" to "mystifying" and "surreal." In a new series called Behind the Lens, she's been interviewing photographers to give us a deeper, more richer story behind the creatives she personally calls her friends.
Slovakia's Nice Architects recently revealed several exciting details about the Ecocapsule that will give you the opportunity to live anywhere in the world.
Brooklyn-based graphic designer Andrew Martis has created a beautiful set of city posters using imagery inspired by leaves.
A culinary trend known as "dam curry" is delighting diners all across Japan. Dam curry is a special dish featuring rice shaped like a dam that is holding back a flood of delicious curry. This dish was first seen in 1965, but it has gained a tremendous amount of popularity near famous Japanese dams over the past eight years.
A group of enterprising teenagers in Seattle has turned out an innovative set of plans to make life easier for the city’s homeless population, and they’re now making the designs a reality.
Walking down the paint aisle at a home-improvement store and examining the vibrant hues of color swatches calls to mind an infinity of vague possibilities.
Overlooking Italy’s Dolomite Mountains sits the Valley House, a timber cabin designed by architecture firm Plan Bureau.
When illustrator Marie Ulmer and photographer Candace Karch met in 2007, they became fast friends and embarked on an extraordinary photographic journey together.