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Sol Duc Cabin is a 350-square-foot geometric cabin that fits naturally into its wooded surroundings in Washington. The small retreat was constructed mainly out of unfinished steel and structural insulated panels, and it is elevated on four steel stilts to protect from occasional flooding from the nearby river. The owner wanted a "compact, low-maintenance, virtually indestructible building to house…Continue
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Wow, to have this much talent at 16! Duisburg, Germany-based Phillip Schumacher is a young teenager who, for the past two years, has been placing himself and his friends in beautifully magical scenes. I
Look through this selection of his self-portraits and you'll feel as though you've booked a one way ticket into a strange and surreal dream. What an…
Turkish graphic designer and electrical engineer Tolga Girgin takes the art of calligraphy one step further by transforming gorgeously scripted letters into three dimensional form. At first glance, his words appear as though they have been sliced out of colorful paper and then lifted up off of the page. In reality, though, each work is a hand-drawn optical illusion.
Relying on perspective and…Continue
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At first glance, this might look like a regular Hershey’s chocolate bar. But, upon closer inspection, we see that it’s not your ordinary candy. It’s actually a “Hirschy” bar and cleverly-designed resume by Matthew Hirsch. The front of the package is a play on both his and the food’s name, while the back lists his qualifications in place of the nutrition facts and ingredients.
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French photographer Jonathan Moyal's spectacular shots of his travels awaken a strong sense of wanderlust. Armed with just his camera, some friends, and a car, Moyal hits the road to venture deep into the wilderness. Thanks to the photographer's faithful documentation of his explorations, viewers can imagine being right there with him, seeing amazing sights while getting a fresh perspective…Continue
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This fascinating collection of moths, butterflies, and insects are actually handmade works of art created by North Carolina-based Japanese artist Yumi Okita. The beautifully crafted sculptures are filled with amazing details and delicate patterns that are constructed from cotton, faux fur, wire, feather, fabric paints, and embroidery thread.
To produce each gorgeous piece, Okita pays close…Continue
Imagine a tree that produces not just one type of fruit, but a whole variety of them! Artist and Syracuse University art professor Sam Van Aken has brought that vision to life with the Tree of 40 Fruit, an ongoing series of hybridized fruit trees that grow over 40 types of stone fruit, including cherries, plums, peaces, nectarines, apricots, and almonds. Van Aken, who was raised…Continue
UK-based artist Robin Wight uses stainless steel wire to form stunning, dramatic sculptures of winged fairies dancing in the wind. The enchanting forms, which range in size from miniature to life-sized, seem to have a life of their own as they strike dynamic poses, contort their bodies, and hold onto windswept dandelions.
To construct his ethereal sculptures, Wight first builds…Continue
Inspired by the light and colors of Los Angeles, artist Bradley Hankey used a combination of influences from photography and painting to develop these minimalist scenes. To produce each unique painting, a collection entitled #instalite #losangeles, Hankey first photographed around L.A. and then used digital filters to alter the light and to generate a vintage feel. The…Continue
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As part of National Geographic's Your Shot photo community, Japanese photographer Hidenobu Suzuki submitted the image above he calls Sleeping Giant. Taken after a heavy rainstorm, the photo shows Mount Fuji looming over Fujinomiya, a city located in the Shizuoka Prefecture of Japan. Impressed by the beautiful colors he writes, "When I took the photos in a breathless silence, I had a…Continue
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Tasked with the challenge of creating an environment inside an international shipping container for the 2013 , Japanese designers Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki created Wink Space, a mind-bendingly trippy tunnel similar to a giant kaleidoscope. The immersive installation was constructed with mirrors that formed a multi-faceted, reflective surface inside the…Continue
Japanese artist Azuma Makoto has worked with bonsai trees , but his newest botanical art project is out of this world—literally. On July 15, Makoto and his crew ventured to Nevada’s Black Rock Desert to launch two objects into space: "Shiki 1," a 50-year-old white pine bonsai suspended from a metal frame, and an untitled arrangement of orchids, hydrangeas, lilies, irises, and other…Continue
Many of us rely on digital clocks on computers or cell phones to determine the time of day but, with this gorgeous creation, German designer Meike Harde transforms that process into a more beautiful and meaningful experience.Time Is Dancing is a simple, round clock with a single ballerina on the front. The upper body and two legs are separate pieces that move and bend…Continue
New Hampshire-based artist Megan Bogonovich creates whimsical ceramic sculptures filled with fairytale-like delights and peculiarities. Like Alice tumbling headfirst into the rabbit hole to Wonderland, the stars of Bogonovich's pieces appear to be eagerly embarking on their own fantastical journeys.
Tiny figurines wearing old-fashioned A-line skirts and kitten heels climb into…Continue
A clinical psychologist by day, Cyril Rolando spends his free time creating beautifully surreal art like this. Back in 2003, using just a mouse and a simple drawing program, he taught himself how to digitally paint. "I had never drawn before," he says. "But in 2003, when I was 18, I began using Oekaki, a website that allows you to paint using only a mouse. After two…Continue
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Hummingbirds are notorious for flapping their wings so incredibly fast that they create an audible hum and appear as a blur of feathers right before your eyes. To inspect the beauty of such a tiny creature is near impossible when the birds are zipping quickly through the air. However, during a trip to Costa Rica, Scotland-based photographer Chris Morgan demonstrated an incredible passion for…Continue
The art of photography is more than capturing an orchestrated series of brilliantly-lit shots. Spontaneity and original content are equally important to the effectiveness of a photograph — something well-traveled photographers can attest to. Sometimes a photographer is capable of capturing the most magnificent shots of their lives on a whim. Without warning, something…
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Do you have an amazing travel experience you want to share? Our friends over at reached out to us to remind us that today, June 30, is the last day to enter the . Now in its 26th year, the contest asks for anyone with a camera and an adventurous spirit to submit their photos in any of four categories: Travel Portraits, Outdoor Scenes, Sense of Place, and…Continue
With a staggering depth of 2,197 meters (7,208 feet), Krubera Cave (also known as Voronya or Voronja Cave) is the deepest known cave in the world. To put that in perspective, imagine six-and-a-half Eiffel Towers stacked on top of each other underground! Considered "the Everest of caves," the vast cavern is located in the Arabika Massif on the edge of the Black Sea in Abkhazia, a region that borders…Continue