Artist Crystal Liu intimately ties her emotional states to beautiful abstract paintings. In large-scale works, she constructs landscapes that are metaphors for the intangible forces that drive us.
Many of us have perpetual wanderlust and are always imagining our next great trip. If you’re searching for a new locale to experience, UK-based travel site FamilyBreakFinder has a map that can help.
The handmade products crafted by Shop3xu combine meaningful messages with delightful pictures. What makes the Vietnam-based Etsy shop’s well-wishes especially unique is how they’re inscribed—not on typical cardstock or glossy paper, but on upcycled matchboxes.
Self-taught artist Ben Young has been creating glass sculptures for over 15 years. His beautifully layered pieces capture the spirit of the ocean through their combination of textured concrete and semi-translucent glass.
Photographer Felicity Berkleef was onto something when she first captured her cat sitting at a dreary window.
Continuing a path that began more than fifteen years ago with the publication of her iconic series Women, Annie Leibovitz celebrates women of outstanding achievement with WOMEN: New Portraits.
In 1946, high school sweethearts Ferris and Margaret Romaire were wed in a simple yet special ceremony in their hometown of Morgan City, Louisiana.
With the holidays right around the corner, many of us are in gift-buying mode. This makes it the perfect time to showcase some of the best products we’ve found over the past month.
When assembling a jigsaw puzzle, there’s one tried-and-true method for successfully completing it—start with the edge pieces.
Earlier this month, Marc Carter, a father and full-time caretaker from Devon, England, turned to Twitter to make a unique and heartfelt request: he desperately needed to track down a cup for Ben, his 14-year-old son with autism.
The 2017 Pirelli Calendar is continuing last year's tradition of celebrating women beyond glitz and glamor with pared down images by German photographer Peter Lindbergh.
For photographer Jordan Matter, humans have always been a subject of fascination. Even after accumulating multiple accolades, filming headshots for countless celebrities, and having his work featured on major media outlets such as the Today Show and the BBC, Matter demonstrates that there is always more of humanity to discover and celebrate.
Italian-born, London-based illustrator and tattoo artist Otto D'Ambra is known for his avant-garde style, which primarily depicts hybrid animals combined with illustrations seemingly plucked from Boardwalk Empire.
Though designer Rafael Esquer has lived in New York City for 20 years, he’s still in awe of its bright lights and buzzing nightlife.
Photographer Martin Usborne has always had a deep connection with animals, which shines through in his moving series titled The Silence of Dogs in Cars.
Like many people, Jay Clark and his partner Caroline Donoghue longed to be parents. With a lot of hope and rounds of IVF treatments, they learned in 2015 that their wish had come true—they were expecting a healthy baby boy.
With just a simple flip of a photo, the world can change. Sports filmmaker Kevin Wolf recently showcased this visual magic while enjoying the tranquil scenery in California’s Yosemite National Park.
Drawing duo Lingvistov explores the kind-of-annoying-but-totally-endearing habits of dogs through a series of whimsical illustrations.
A brush and canvas make a perfect pair for producing beautiful art, but creatives like UK-based Ian Berry love to think outside of the box.
When Crispin Young Wilson's friend relayed that her 4-year-old son Benjamin was having trouble sleeping in his room, the server hardware repairer put her side hobby to good use.