Belgian photographer Xavier Portela is known for his electrifying Glow series, where the world’s buzzing city streets are captured in neon hues. Each hyper-saturated image emulates an eerie, cinematic mood and could easily be mistaken for the set of Blade Runner. However, for his latest work, Portela takes inspiration from another, equally dangerous fantasy world—Netflix’s Stranger Things.
You can’t help but get lost in the eyes of cat siblings Xafi and Auri.
From succulents that look like rabbits to cacti resembling tiny dolphins, popular water-storing houseplants come in a variety of interesting...
Artist and photographer Christian Spencer was standing on his verandah in Rio de Janeiro when he made an amazing discovery. When the black Jacobin hummingbird flew with the sun striking its open wings, a beautiful prism effect appeared. At that moment, it was as if its body was made of rainbows. In 2011, Spencer recorded the bird’s movements for a film called The Dance of Time.
Charlie the Dalmatian is the living canine version of the heart eyes emoji.
Airbnb is not only a platform for reserving accommodations—you can also book unique experiences hosted by locals.
Beloved Volkswagen camper vans from the ’60s let people travel in style, but they can often be an expensive addition for adventurers because they require plenty of fuel. However, the German car manufacturer has recently unveiled a unique concept car that allows you to relive nostalgia without the environmental impact—and, of course, save on gas prices.
Artist Émeric Chantier reimagines people and animals as surreal plant sculptures.
Many people worry about becoming lonely with old age, but a group of 7 girlfriends in Guangzhou, China made a...
Most fans of Steven Spielberg’s Back to the Future series have probably dreamed of driving a DeLorean, but LEGO fanatic Dave Slater went ahead and created his own miniature replica that Doc Brown would be proud of. Building the iconic time traveling vehicle from LEGO is no easy feat. However, Slater is clearly skilled in the art of plastic brick building.
Barcelona-based sculptor Gerard Mas fashions stately sculptures of animals carved from massive tree trunks.
The sweltering summer days are about to get some relief in the form of cool deals.