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12 years ago, Australian photographer Julie Fletcher exchanged her mundane job, failing romantic relationship, and comfortable Sydney city life for one of the remotest and tiniest towns in the country – Marree.
David Irvine, the multi-talented artist behind the Gnarled Branch, collects thrift-store paintings and enhances them by adding pop culture characters to them.
Waking up in the morning is one of the hardest parts of the day for some of us. The market is full of ingenious alarm clock apps and designs, but this coffee maker alarm clock, called “The Barisieur,” seems like it will make waking up as fast and painless as possible.
Pregnancy is a special period in women’s lives, so no wonder that most parents-to-be want to preserve their memories forever through maternity photography.
Today we came across to the works of another brilliant site-specific NeSpoon, a brilliant Warsaw-based street artist, creates beautiful site-specific pieces of lace-based street art.
Mohammad Domiri is a young self-taught photographer from northern Iran who takes beautiful photos of traditional architectural monuments throughout the Middle East.
Google has a truly outstanding exhibit on its campus in California – a Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton named Stan.
American artist Mary Ellen Croteau assembles realistic images using only the caps of used plastic bottles.
The conflict between Israel and Palestine is responsible for countless civilian deaths on both sides.
Not much is known about artist Kendal Murray, though one thing is clear – she’s a master of miniature sculpture.
Portugese street artist Artur Bordalo has expanded our idea of where street art can be created by creating it straight onto railroad tracks.
It may be hard to believe, but all of these baby animals are lifeless plushies. These incredibly realistic critters are hand-made by self-taught sculptor Lee Cross, aka Wood Splitter Lee, from Alaska.
Iranian artist Omid Asadi uses delicate cutting techniques to create impressively intricate leaf artworks.
Calligraphy, the ancient art of stylizing letters, once played an important role in written communication, but it will probably keep evolving as a form of artistic expression for many centuries to come.
Japanese designer Takayuki Fukusawa, who leads Japanese design firm EkoD Works, has a simple concept behind his work – ”Making a world full of humorous art and design.” His newest whimsical pendant series, called “Tanama Diver,” does just that.
Pennsylvania-based photographer Christopher McKenney creates composite photos of horror scenes filled with disturbing characters that seem to exist on the edge between the worlds of the living and the dead.
This giant kaleidoscope was built inside of a shipping container by Japanese designers Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki.
In many countries around the world, decorating the entrance to one’s home is thought to bring luck, happiness and wealth.
This magical-looking vine, which rains down pink and purple blooms, is called the wisteria (also spelled wistaria and wysteria), and this specimen is the largest of its kind in Japan.
Renowned 83-year-old photographer Ken Heyman was taken by surprise when he found a box full of black and white photos of mothers and their children around the world that he took 50 years ago.