Rive Roshan Creates Future Botany For Travellers To Experience At The Hyatt Regency Amsterdam

For the Hyatt Regency hotel, in the heart of Amsterdam’s lush Plantage neighbourhood, Rive Roshan envisioned a fantastical future for botanics. Through their work, visitors to the hotel–engrossed business travellers and bustling tourists alike–are whisked away to a dreamy and dynamic botanical world. Continue »

A Wandering Into The Fascinating Sketchbook Of Russian Artist Elena Limkina

The young Russian artist Elena Limkina reveals the inside of her fascinating sketchbook, where each page contains beautiful drawings in ink or watercolor. A wandering into the world of the artist through her creative diary, where she experiments styles and techniques, moving from architectural drawing to animal or floral illustration. Continue »

Futuristic Organic Cities By Luca Curci Architects

Luca Curci architects studio has designed a landmark for the Persian Gulf skyline with an innovative project based on the concept of “Organic Cities”. The organic buildings become part of the new megalopolis, merging and mixing residential elements with business divisions, shopping life with wellness areas, cultural places with social life. The aim is to create a common place where people can live, meet, learn, work, socialize and create new mixing cultures. Continue »

The Magical Beauty Of Mushrooms Captured By Jill Bliss

Jill Bliss is an artist (and naturalist, educator, farmhand, caretaker, and deckhand) who lives on a small island in the Salish Sea in the Pacific Northwest. Continue »

Welders In China Cover Up Despite Summer Heat

Welder Xie Wentao wears a protective mask and gloves in Jinan, East China’s Shandong province. The 42-year-old and his colleagues build reinforcement cages, part of a building’s foundation. Continue »

Artist Joanna Swirska Creates Superb Animalistic Tattoos

Wrocław-based tattoo artist Joanna Swirska inks carefully considered depictions of animals tinged with psychedelic splashes of color. Her most common subject is the humble feline which seems to make an appearance in nearly half of her works which run the gamut from graceful to fantastically absurd. Continue »

This 3D Printed Coffee Table Shows Art As Seen Under The Microscope

Scientists have long been fascinated with viewing objects under the microscope, and it’s easy to see why. You get a fresh perspective on everyday items that look completely different under the lens. With pretty patterns and vivid colors, there’s a sense of surprise when you get a closer look at images that can’t be seen with the naked eye. Continue »

Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Already Taken: The World Of Daniel Lismore

Daniel Lismore is known for elaborate and extravagant ensembles that brilliantly combine haute couture with charity-shop finds, yards of vintage fabrics and tartans, found objects, ribbons, feathers, chain mail, shells, ethnic jewelry, retro accessories, millinery and more in an expression of eccentric, creative energy. Continue »

Stunning Finalists Photos From The “Through Our Eyes” Homeless Photography Project

A team in Spartanburg, SC recently handed out 100 disposable Fujifilm cameras to the homeless with one simple instruction – to photograph their lives. The outreach, the third homeless project by Through Our Eyes, is an effort to encourage photographers and build awareness about the issue of homelessness in communities.

“It was an atmosphere that was full of excitement. I was standing in a middle aisle and it just caught my eye for some reason.”

The Seekers by Trisha McMillan

In addition to the camera, each participant is given a shirt with the word “photographer” printed boldly on the back as to give them a new identity beyond simply “homeless.” Continue »

HBO Releases Limited Edition ‘Game Of Thrones’ Pixelated Pins Of Main Characters

HBO partners with NYC-based designer twins Dee & Ricky to produce seven pixelated pins modeled after the show’s main characters. Continue »

Cradling Hyper-Realistic Babies In Uncanny Valley

“What you lose as you age are witnesses, the ones that watched from early on and cared,” wrote John Updike.

But what if your existence is anchored constancy, where the watchers and watched over are rendered static, unchanging icons? Continue »

Audi Campaign Illustrates How Using Your Phone Warps Your Perception Of The Road

Saatchi & Saatchi Bulgaria has launched a powerful print campaign for Audi to encourage people to “leave your phone while you drive.” The advertisements aim to pinpoint how using your phone can warp your perception of distances while you’re on the road. Continue »

Coffee Served In A Cone? Enjoy This Unique Drink At A Specialty Cafes Around The World!

#coffeeinacone is a concept developed by Dayne Levinrad to bring some much needed innovation and excitement into the coffee industry worldwide. Dayne mastered his Coffee skill in Australia for 4 years and has consulted in Brazil and America helping various Coffee shops develop products. Continue »

Vintage Images Of People & Their Beloved Volkswagen Buses

Sure, it looks like a giant loaf of bread, but the Volkswagen Bus, almost seventy years since it was first introduced, still remains one of the most beloved and recognizable vehicles ever to hit the road. Continue »

Wood Sculptor Creates Sculpture Of A Submerged Man With A Pixelated Glitch

Taiwanese artist Hsu Tung Han recently unveiled his latest sculptural work, a 5-foot snorkeler that appears partially pixelated. Han often incorporates digital glitches into has carved figurative works. Continue »