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What would everyday objects look like as the most minimal possible outlines? Berlin-born sculptor Thomas Raschke has dedicated his Wire Frames project to answer precisely this question.
In his spare time, Edinburgh-based Charles Young creates these miniature paper scenes that move. With a Bachelors and a Masters in architecture from Edinburgh College of Art, he studied the way buildings are constructed for six years.
Towering 30 meters (nearly 100 feet) above the ground, The Kelpies consists of a pair of enormous horse head sculptures installed by artist Andy Scott in Falkirk, Scotland.
New York Light glints off New York, Paris, Baghdad and fourteen other cities in Black Scalpel Cityscapes, the latest series by renowned UK artist Damien Hirst.
Having worked as a digital artist for George Lucas' Academy Award-winning motion picture visual effects company, Industrial Light & Magic, San Francisco-based Sam Breach was happy seeing his name on the big screen for such movies as Star Wars, Harry Potter and Pirates of the Caribbean, but knew in his heart that he wanted something more.
A team of archeologists led by Professor Kutalmış Görkay of Ankara University recently unearthed three ancient Greek mosaics in the Turkish city of Zeugma near the border of Syria.
In photographer Kevin Horan’s series Chattel, he poses a question: what would it look like if his ungulate neighbors came into the studio and asked to have their portraits made?
Japanese graphic designer and architect Yusuke Oono is a favorite here at the Met, and with good reason - his laser-cut storybooks are incredible!
In his series Low Tech, photographer Kevin Twomey gives us a glimpse of the convoluted inner workings of decades-old calculators.
Pregnancy is a special time for a woman, and Mother Book created by the advertising firm Dentsu Naoya documents it in an extra meaningful way.
Instead of tossing out a basement's worth of cardboard boxes, animation artist Thomas Richner gave them new life as an immaculately detailed model of the Millennium Falcon.
Which country is the happiest in the world? To find the answer, you simply need to look at this infographic published by MoveHub.com, a resource for people who want to live abroad.
From a young age, many girls are exposed to the unrealistic beauty standards that traditional Barbie dolls set as a nearly unattainable ideal: tall, blonde, blue-eyed, heavily made-up, and extremely slender.
Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia After we published our first set of photos that showed people awestruck by nature, we felt as though we owed it to you to find more images.
As anyone who's ever watched over a toddler for more than ten minutes knows, babies will pick up just about anything and put it in their mouths.
So this is what it looks like when you give people free reign to put their chewing gum on a sculpture!
Perth, Australia-based artist Paul Kaptein explores themes of emptiness and time in his new sculpture titled and in the endless sounds there came a pause.
Do sloths make everything better? Matt Tucker, the Picture Editor at Buzzfeed UK, thinks so. He’s the mastermind behind this hilarious series of sloths that replace humans on iconic album covers.
Blending vivid colors, sleek geometric patterns, and minimalist elegance, American designer Travis Purrington offers up a bold new vision for US currency.
The best of the best! It's that time of year again, time to look back and list the Top 10 Breakthrough Artists of the Year.