Roza, the Melbourne-based creator behind the stylish “Shovava” Etsy shop, has created an original and inspiring collection of handmade scarves depicting birds with their wings spread wide.
New York-based Artist Brian Dettmer creates impressively intricate multi-layered sculptures from books. The artist calls himself the Book Surgeon because he uses knives, tweezers, and surgical tools to carve the art works out of old medical journals, illustration books, dictionaries, map books and encyclopedias.
Industrial designer, jeweller and blogger Mat Brown had an amazing idea for how to put some style into simple wooden shelves - he inlaid them with unearthly blue glowing resin.
New York never ceases to amaze with its diversity and raw beauty. Working in the city's public sanitation sector can provide a photographer with wonderful opportunities to capture some impressive shots of the city from unexpected angles. This is exactly what the sanitation worker who took these captivating photographs does.
Athens-based architect and 3D modeller Katerina Kamprani created a series of the most unusable possible everyday objects, appropriately titled “The Uncomfortable.” At first glance, it seems that there might be some way to make use of these common things, but however you look at them, they remain completely useless, even seeming to mock you.
These beautiful intricate paper cuttings are the work of Buffalo-born artist Maude White. "I feel that there are very few things in the world as reliable and constant as paper," she White. "Paper is everywhere and it has been telling stories for centuries."
Recently, totalsororitymove.com created a series of brutally honest labels for the most popular kinds of alcohol. Would you still buy them if the labels told you the truth like this?
Japanese illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi has made a dream shared by millions of kids around the world (and probably many grown kids as well) come true - he created a LEGO brick set entirely out of chocolate!
Marina Cano is a Spanish landscape and wildlife photographer who spent three years in Cabarceno Natural Park capturing the breathtaking beauty of an impressive variety of wild animals.
A new trend has been developing among gardeners – fairy gardens. These are tiny gardens filled with small beautiful plants, succulents, and decorative arrangements. However, more and more gardeners have begun to arrange these mini gardens in reused broken terracotta pots – and they look absolutely gorgeous!
Melbourne-based artist Daniel Agdag's work with a material as mundane as cardboard is nothing short of magical. He creates painstakingly intricate cardboard sculptures of unbelievably delicate and complex industrial flying machines. And get this - Agdag works without sketches and plans.
Oxford-based illustrator and embroiderer Chloe Giordano creates delicate miniature animal intricately embroidered with threads. The cute tiny animals are rich in color and texture, making them look almost 3D. What leaves us stunned the most, though, is how little these pieces are – most are just a bit larger than a thimble!
Inspired by the urban landscapes of the biggest cities in the world, Inomata used 3D printing to create elegant shells for the little hermit crabs, which change their shelters as soon as they grow out of their old ones.