Merav Salush Eitan and Gaston Zahr, two designers from OGE creative group, have created a brilliant bed filled with enormous egg-shaped pillows that looks like a human-sized bird's nest. Now you can fulfill your dream of living in a nest without...
One comic illustrator, who goes by the name of Tango on his Tumblr, creates these beautifully silly illustrations depicting various animals on their unusual adventures and everyday encounters.
When Moscow-based photographer Darya Kondratyeva isn't snapping family, maternity or baby photos, she creates enchanting photos that seem like re-interpretations of old fairytales or legends. The models in her photos seem like they could be witches, princesses or forest spirits.
My goal as an artist is simple - to create artwork everyday that inspires, that makes people smile, and in turn makes the world a better place.
A guy from New Zealand became social-media famous after creating these humorous imitations of famous people.
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Avid hitchhiker and traveler, Devon Berquist, carried her camera through the mountains, across the prairies, and even into the northern arctic to capture Canada's pristine wilderness, awe-inspiring landscapes, and fleeting wildlife.
Javier Perez, a clever artist in Ecuador, is back with more simple but brilliant drawings that incorporate everyday objects – but this time, those everyday objects are his fingers.
Under-ground metro stations are associated with rats, garbage, noise and filth, not architecture. However, there are a few metro stations in the world that go against the grain, standing out as excellent examples of the beautiful architecture and interiors that can...
Legendary photojournalist Steve McCurry is opening a retrospective exhibit in Italy called “Steve McCurry: Oltre Lo Sguardo” that will feature 150 photos taken throughout the 30 years of his illustrious career. The photos, taken among people of various cultures around the...
Bars are already great places to be, but I'm sure they'd be a whole lot better if the bartenders were hamsters. And that's exactly the world that Twitter user Kawanabesatou imagines when he comes home from his job as a graveyard...
My 'new species' Photoshop hybrid animal creations! Just for fun.
No matter what sort of hair you've got (or how much), there's always a way to work it, and that's exactly what these animals do – their long hair makes them look fabulous and they know it.
Wolfram Kampffmeyer, a talented artist based in Germany, creates beautiful geometric paper animal sculptures in elegant pastel colors that look like computer models that have come to life.
Multi-talented creative Austin Light recently reinterpreted movie title typos he encountered on Reddit throughout the month of October into entertaining illustrations.
Wildetecture, an architecture and design firm in South Africa, has created an epic Viking-themed conference table design that has captured the attention of anyone who dreams of pillaging and burning from the comfort of their boardroom.
Kylie Mangles, the master baker behind the baking and design website Freshly Squeez'd, has created a masterpiece cake that blurs the boundaries between graphic design and baking. She took an unsettling illustration by graphic design artist Eric Flores that depicts Ralph...
Throughout the entire month of October, Chicago-based illustrator Alex Solis created an ink drawing a day with a bizarre theme – he re-imagined what some of the most popular horror characters ever might look like as cute little (murderous) babies.
Stanislava Pinchuk (aka Miso), a Ukraine-born artist that works in Tokyo and Melbourne, practices an interesting sort of bartering economics – when she does her trademark minimalistic and meaningful tattoos for her friends, they pay with goods or favors, not money.
The owner of this adorable and unusual mug is Monty the cat, who lives in Copenhagen with two other feline friends. Monty was born without a nasal bridge due to a chromosomal abnormality, which is why he's got such a unique...
Olivia Muus, a designer and marketer based in Denmark, has created a series of fun and light-hearted photos of old portraits in art museums that make it look as if their subjects are taking selfies. Her series is the perfect marriage...