Hard not to love these shots from Ray Collins that capture ocean waves at their highest point before the crash.
Here’s an excellent new cover shoot by Gilles Bensimon for Maxim featuring the one and only Lily Aldridge.
A Japanese surfer bought some land by the water in Kanagawa and hired the dudes at APOLLO to create a tranquil and modern home for his family with an open courtyard in the middle of it.
Photographer Vincent LaForet snapped some amazing aerial photographs of the beautiful city of San Fransisco.
Chinese furniture store Red Star Macalline hired band turned apparent creative agency OK Go to create a stunning and cool commercial with the same look as their viral-ready music videos.
3D modeler Jans Slapins put together this gorgeous unofficial concept bike that BMW should buy and produce at some point in the near future.
Aussie photographer Josie Clough (who goes by the moniker It’s Now Cool) has a great eye for stunning beachside photography.
Loving this gorgeous 3D printed text that can be read normally straight on, but from any other angle, it looks like a beautiful cityscape sculpture.
Card flourishes–the fancy shuffling moves that magicians and Johnny Hot Shots do with cards–is basically the most amazing thing when seen in super slow motion.
David Chatsuthiphan’s Instagram account is filled with sharp photography and exploration of his home state of Hawaii.
Loving this vintage Land Rover Ninety from 1990. The Ninety was the predecessor to the Defender, and this particular one has aged beautifully with a killer patina.
Juliana Proven is a model with a habit of of wearing outrageously sexy outfits and looking as glamorous as she does beautiful.
At Baselworld 2015, one of the most unique and beautiful watches on display was the Louis Vuitton Escale Worldtime.
Absolutely loved every second of this gorgeous supercut that celebrates the first and final frames of iconic movies side by side.
The dudes at Motion Sickness Studio shot us an email with their newly revamped studio in New Zealand and it’s the kind of space every young company wants to have as their own, but few actually have the chops to create.
Nothing against the original home, it was just a bit on the run-of-the-mill side. But thanks to an overhaul from design firm Intadesign, though, it went from “nothing special” to “magazine worthy.” It’s ultra-modern, so it may not be for everyone, but the classic exterior and neighborhood juxtaposed against the contemporary interior is a cool combo.
The Mission: Impossible series is a fun one with consistently vicious and beautiful stunts in each outing.
Hard not to love this Taipei apartment focused on industrialism and naturally exposed brick.
Loving the latest custom motorcycle from Triumph Australia that was refurbished from a 2008 Triupmh Thurxton.
This home has a perfect mid-century vibe and look to the whole place, thanks to the stellar design work of Jamie Bush.