What would you do if someone asked you to hold a stranger’s hand while he takes a picture? Sounds like a request most would consider absurd but for those who were willing to let their guards down, the results are quite spectacular.
To this day, those self-playing pianos at fancy hotels continue to fascinate us but after seeing “Andante” by MIT’s Tangible Media Group, our expectations have definitely risen. Watch and get ready to be entranced as animated characters stroll, jump, and run across piano keys.
French artist Travis Durden’s latest series gives us an unusual mashup involving pop culture villains, high nobility garb and with some osteology thrown in the mix.
Japanese artist Mariko Kusumoto creates three-dimensional fabric art inspired by sea creatures tranformed into wearable jewelry that is absolutely ethereal.
We’re not one to stare at a painting for a long time and ponder what message the artist is trying to convey but Nazar Bilyk’s “Rain” sculpture in Ukraine got us feeling that way big time.
Part furniture and part art, the hypnotic delMare coffee table by Eduard Locota looks like a piece of the ocean just landed square in your living room.
What looks like costumed dancers slowly give way to so much more as an overload of texture abound in Method Design’s incredible new video featuring real dancers enhanced by some amazing visual effects in “House of Moves.”
This guy wins our ‘Finest Son of the Year’ award for not only letting his mom know he’s safe during his travels but by also letting her in his adventures one snapshot at a time.
While freediving in Byron Bay off the north coast of New South Wales in Australia, Tim Samuel came across a rare and fascinating sighting of a fish trapped inside a jellyfish. Surprisingly, the Australian-based photographer has had the photo on his Instagram account since late last year but only started going viral after being republished by DiscoverOcean.
Although the mention of someone recycling mattresses found in the garbage might give you the heebie-jeebies, wait until you see what Lor-K has turned them into for her new project ‘Eat Me.’ From the grill marks on kebobs to the powdered sugar on waffles, the French street artist is able to realistically recreate the small details we expect to find in the food we love.