A collection of various movie titles throughout the history of cinema that highlights the art of titling and design.
If you love cooking, these delicious animations will have you salivating. Hannah Lily uses paper-craft to perform each step of the recipe.
They might look like illustrations, but these art pieces from Jasper de Beijer are actually photographs of intricate hand-built models.
This model of Eindhoven, in the Netherlands, plays its own signature sound on piano. It's very experimental, but it sounds surprisingly good.
Dig into these plaster walls and behind you'll find organic forms made of paper. It's the disquieting work of Charles Clary.
Forget your old plastic Spirograph. This wooden tool creates insanely complex geometric drawings with the twist of a gear.
This concept art for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is fantastically beautiful, but it also reveals the how far along the movie was before filming began.
Zansky makes colorful prints made from screenshots of Google Street View. It's a fantastic example of the real world made digital, then analog again.
Nina Lindgren built this floating city of cardboard not just once, but twice.