Architecture and design play a larger role in all of our lives than we probably realize. From the stoic building façades we pass on our daily commutes to the inviting interiors we spend our downtime in, each space plays a role in what we see every day and how we experience the world around us. As a result, it should come as no surprise that home design is a passion for many.
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Over the years, we've seen tons of artists who create whimsical adventures in a miniature-sized world.
While we'll always have a place in our hearts for gorgeous animal photography by the likes of Andrew Zuckerman, Morten...
Well, another year has gone by and it's safe to say that it has been a memorable one. We’ve had a great year for photography with an abundance of images to fill us with uncontainable joy, laughter, heartache, anger, sorrow, exhilaration, and wanderlust. It’s only natural to want to feel it all again by taking a look back at the best photos of 2017. As a year saturated with heated political discourse, shocking (but not-so-shocking)
Different art mediums open up a host of possibilities.
North Carolina-based builders Deltec have designed a series of prefabricated homes with sustainability in mind.
When you think of the term “cutting-edge,” what comes to mind? Words like “innovative,” “boundary-pushing,” and “risk-taking”? The dictionary defines “cutting-edge” as being in “the leading position in any field” or at the “forefront.” Here, we explore the work of 10 contemporary artists who display these characteristics—and more. These inspiring individuals have the ability to take everyday materials—including books, a bicycle chain, and even rocks—and transform them into works of contemporary art.
Photographer Christopher Eaton (Pinyon Ridge Photography)
The world has spoken: the always-smiling quokka is both the happiest and the most photogenic animal on the planet. Known for its charismatic grin and friendly disposition, the quokka is the perfect selfie co-star, as made apparent by the popularity of the hashtag: #quokkaselfie. Interestingly, the quokka—which is about the size of a domestic cat—has no fear of humans.
If you've been waiting for inspiration to strike before you take those scuba diving lessons, here's something for you.
If you’re continually on the hunt for new and exciting things to own, you aren’t alone.