Biology student Mattia Menchetti lent colored construction paper to a colony of European paper wasps, so they could build a gorgeous nest.
Chicago-based artist David Brodeur plays both god and astronaut by exploring the insanely cool candy planet of his own creation every day.
In his series "Somewhere Small," Jedediah Corwyn Voltz uses his background in commercial props to build stylish treehouses on plants.
Potter Eric Landon photographed his hands, capturing the various contortions required for his artform.
Designer Gemma Thérèse Pearce and photographer Kate Anglestein come together to build and balance the 7 chakras with rocks, minerals, and concrete.
Artist creates a music box using 10 Beretta guns.
MIT students develop technology allowing water to be the newest medium for sculpture.
In his third installation of "Death Landscapes," Matt Lee utilizes plain paper and lighting to build an intriguing miniature bleak world.
The macabre skull art of Jack of the Dust is mind-blowingly beautiful.