Changing Planet A ruby-throated hummingbird feeds on mimosa flowers. Photograph by George Grall, National Geographic Creative Hummingbirds feel the sweet lure of nectar, but they taste it in the most of
Designers over at Harvey Water Softeners have created an illustrated guide to the evolution of interior design, covering everything from lava lamps in the ’60s to the Memphis Group’s bold geometric shapes
Photographer Cyjo‘s “Mixed Blood” portraits make a frank, sweeping statement about the evolution of ethnic identity–and in particular, the melting-pot that is our families. Taken from 2010 to 2013 in York
Artist Aakash Nihalani works often with black and neon tape, crafting faux-3-D geometric shapes. His “Landline” project, a performative art piece, shows what you can do with a little tape and a little
Self-taught artist Ben Young creates stunning sculptures of ocean waves and watery landscapes by layering multiple sheets of hand-cut glass. Young, who also surfs and builds boats professionally, is inspired
Inside the shell of the Oyster House prototype lies a new shape for affordable housing. It was the grain of sand that became a pearl. CxMxD, a team of three New York City–based designers, hit upon the
Sited in a remote Canadian forest, a luxurious cabin rental embraces indoor-outdoor living. Marked by elegant simplicity, this steel-clad writer’s studio and hunting lookout effortlessly blends into a
For the spatially challenged, think vertically: Lofted beds make every inch count. A "chashitsu," which literally means “tearoom” in Japanese, is a freestanding, pavilion-like structure that was used tea...