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Mobile tech is no longer a thing for grownups alone and is flourishing as an educational tool to teach our little ones.
Studio Ghibli has been at the forefront of 2D animated films for decades and its acclaimed director, Hayao Miyazaki, has found a special place in the hearts of fans.
Instead of people speaking about buildings, the below clips show buildings speaking for themselves. With the structure as the narrator, airy views of the structure are paired with narration about the buildings’ design, history, and current use.
Janaina Mello Landini of Mello+Landini has been creating rope-map installations for the past 5 years as a part of an ongoing project.
The epic 30-minute action comedy short film ‘King Fury’ by director David Sandberg is finally unleashed in its full glory, now available for free streaming on Youtube.
Joseph Michael captured these dramatic images inside of a New Zealand cave illuminated by an eerie dim light.
Sebastian Errazuriz Studio has designed this surprising cabinet that appears simple and minimal from the outside, but holds a brilliant surprise.
Jon Almeda is spicing up the world of miniatures with his incredibly tiny pots, which he makes, glazes, and fires by hand.
What looks like a digital explosion expanding from a random point in space has emerged in the Rice University Art Gallery.
Prague-based artist Jakub Geltner places modern technology in its natural environment… errrr…. in a natural environment.
We have seen all kinds of street art mediums, from clay to trash, but here is a new one. Buff Diss uses tape to create smooth murals on the walls of buildings around Melbourne, Australia.
“It’s all advertising material, and in design terms it is pretty low end stuff,” says U.K. artist Leo Fitzmaurice about the material that he used for a series of installation pieces.
Using long-exposure photography, Keow Wee Loong paints with light transforming figures and subway tunnels into surreal experiences.
Photographer Nathan Wirth has created ‘Imaginations,’ a series of dark and gloomy landscapes featuring a handful of beloved pop culture icons.
We are used to seeing elaborate photo shoots of dogs and cats with their characters and emotions beautifully captured and celebrated.
Cats are rapidly taking over the Internet be it via a constant stream of grumpy cat memes or adorable cat videos that make us go, “AWEEEE.” Considering this, it wouldn’t be too big of a stretch to assume famous brands will likely start incorporating the feline creatures into their advertising.
The studio of Chinese artist Li Xiaofeng has bins of ceramic pieces sorted by date, color, and shape.
Have you ever wondered what the story behind the One Dollar stores is? Two artists, Daniel Delisle and Benoit Paillé, have got a bold answer for you with their Dollar Store Project.
Street art is no longer flat and motionless, artists are finding all kinds of creative ways to add depth and life into their creations.
We’re hoping big name brands and corporations don’t start using wildlife to physically promote their products, but this next project is just so brilliant!