Ukrainian-born photographer Anya Anti is known for her surreal, conceptual photography which is exemplified in her newest project, aptly titled Butterflies in My Stomach. Superbly photographed and composited together, Anti gives a visual voice to a feeling many of us have experienced. In our recent interview with the photographer, she shared: “Photography is not only what I love, it’s also a gentle and romantic side of me.
A decade ago, you wouldn’t imagine snapping a great picture on a cell phone.
In his menagerie of moveable animal puppets, Japanese designer Haruki Nakamura adds a mechanical touch to the ancient art of paper crafting.
For many people, getting dressed can be an uneventful chore. But for London-based artist Daniel Lismore, selecting garments and layering accessories allows him to express his vibrant, multidimensional personality. We’re not talking jeans and different t-shirts, either. Lismore dresses in extravagant ensembles that highlight his unique sartorial point of view and sculptural approach to clothing. Clad in intricate headdresses, art history inspired frocks, and a bevy of baubles, Lismore’s distinct looks are impeccably styled.
Recently, many artists have embraced a fascinating trend: putting a contemporary spin on well-known works of art.
On June 30, coffee lovers in Kyoto will be graced with a special new Starbucks shop.
While his first vertical forest in Asia is set for completion in 2018, Italian architect Stefano Boeri‘s already moving toward a larger goal—a forest city. In Liuzhou, a mountainous area in southern China, Boeri will create an entire town, where the offices, shops, restaurants, and residences will be covered in greenery to fight air pollution. Liuzhou Forest City has the capacity for 30,000 people and will be covered with 40,000 trees and 1 million plants.
As the world eagerly awaits the release of Apple's newest operating system, iOS 11, an increasing amount of exciting information is being...
It's the final week to enter the 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest, and as a special...
For some folks, the first sip of their morning coffee is a vital part of their day. Before that, the world only exists in a sleepy haze. To celebrate this necessary and coveted routine, why not have an equally special mug to match? Ox & Otter clay pottery hand-crafts cosmic-inspired cups that are adorned with brilliant swirls of blues, magenta, oranges, and turquoise. Ceramicist Shiyana Mahendra is the woman behind the Ox & Otter brand.
Pizza and ice cream are a powerful pair but rarely enjoyed at the same time.
Woodworkers, rejoice! A new magnetic drill now makes it possible to have seamless joints with the holding power of screws.