Germs never looked so clean-cut until they met artist Charles Clary. A painter and papercrafting artist originally from Tennessee, Clary..
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Thankfully, oil and ink don’t mix–which makes these dazzling photographs by Alberto Seveso possible. In his “Dropping” series, the Italian..
Missing NASA? Here are Photos of Earth from the European Space Agency’s Archive: Observing the Earth
Unless you’re one of those cool people who makes a daily trip to space via NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the..
This is An Orchid Mantis: 5 Praying Mantis Species That Will Blow Your Mind (or Give You Nightmares)
What do you think about when your hear ‘mantis‘? Do you think of the standard green insect in praying pose..
Tattoos are an incredible, and indelible, way to make a statement. Sometimes that’s simply that you love parties and dolphins..
Matt Shlian started school as a ceramicist… but it was only when he realized that he was “interested in everything”..
Charles Jencks’ sinuous sculptures are no ordinary walk in the park. A celebrated postmodern architect, designer, and theorist, Jencks tows..
Not every artist is able to do art full time, but the need for that creative outlet never goes away...
Scientists are always creating unique controlled environments to test products and hypotheses, but sometimes creating these conditions becomes just as..
Grab some popcorn, because you are about to see the World’s Smallest Stop-Motion Film (Guinness World Records approved)! Created by..