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The living illusions of John Pugh

Trompe l’oeil artist John Pugh creates large scale murals giving the illusion of a three-dimensional scene behind the wall.

World’s biggest bird nests

Photo: Jofie Lamprecht The nests of social weaver birds are believed to be the largest birds’ nests in the world.

Lenticular Clouds photography

Photo by Arco Images/Alamy Lenticular clouds are stationary lens-shaped clouds, normally aligned at right-angles to the wind direction.

Taxidermy Fairies by Cedric Laquieze

Amsterdam-based artist Cedric Laquieze has created a fantastical series of taxidermy fairies. Composed of bones, plants, feathers, and insect parts Laquieze’s otherworldly creatures may not look like the typical fairies but they are technically brilliant and visually intriguing.

Blue Iceland by Andy Lee

UK-based photographer Andy Lee on his first visit to Iceland returned home with a photo series titled “Blue Iceland”.

Surreal Juxtapositions

London-bases artist Nancy Fouts produces weird objects, a strange fusion of opposite components which brings a whole new look in the compounded material.

Cardboard Flying Machines by Daniel Agdag

Melbourne-based artist Daniel Agdag’s work with a material as mundane as cardboard is nothing short of magical.

Animal Murals by Fiona Tang

Fiona Tang draws amazing large-scale animal murals that seem to have a life of their own. Tang uses a technique called trompe l’oeil, to create the optical illusion of depth.

The Rotten Sea

Sivash, also known as the Rotten Sea for its pungent smell, is a large system of shallow salty lagoons on the northeastern coast of the Crimean Peninsula.

Paintings suspended in mid-air

Colourant is a series of floating paintings by the New York art duo Floto+Warner. Artists threw up cocktails of colour until their camera caught just the splashy, fluid, stilled moments they wanted to record.

The Forest of No Return

The historical town of Bear Creek is situated approximately 12 km outside of Dawson City and was the former company town for Yukon Consolidated Gold Corporation (YCGC).

Weather-friendly Sharifi-Ha house with semi-mobile rooms

Based in Tehran, the Sharifi-ha House by architectural firm Nextoffice is a beautiful space-saving home that comes with a set of assembly instructions.

Scientific Illustrations by Noel Badges Pugh

Noel Badges Pugh creates scientific illustrations as well as artwork with a more psychedelic perspective.

Daily Life in Congo Reflected in Puddles

“Un Regard“, a photographic series by Kiripi Katembo Siku, set in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Under Black Light by John Poppleton

Black Light Bodyscapes is a body art series by artist John Poppleton. Bodyscapes combines the beauty of the female form with gorgeous nature scenes and phenomena.

Animal Architecture Photography

The vogelkop gardener bowerbird builds an impressive home to attract mates In Animal Architecture, a new book from Abrams, nature photographer Ingo Arndt explores marvels of nature with spectacular imagery, showcasing the complex and elegant structures that animals create both for shelter and for capturing prey.

Exploring Climate Change through Photorealistic Paintings

Large scale pastel drawings that document Earth’s shifting landscape and the effects of progressive climate change.

Wire Fairies by Robin Wight

Inspired by an inexplicable real life encounter, the fantasy fairies are painstakingly created from galvanised and stainless steel wire, by UK wire artist Robin Wight.

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Waterfall-like Rock Formations in Mexico

Located in the central valleys of Oaxaca, Mexico, Hierve el Agua, looks very much like a waterfall stuck in time, but the cliff is a mineral formation that was created over thousands of years.