Artist Jim Bachor adds a little touch of beauty to the ugly potholes along the streets of Chicago by creating small mosaics inside of the holes that have become quite the problem throughout the city. uses
Portuguese street artist Odeith picked up his first spray paint can in the 1980’s and has been creating all kinds of mind-blowing art every since. His creatively composed anamorphic work and masterfully
A retrospective of Estes’s photorealistic paintings features panoramas more luminous and detailed than what many cameras can capture. With so many art critics declaring painting dead, photorealism can
Stepping into adulthood means no more twin beds, meal plans or taking your laundry home to Mom and Dad's house. It also means you're probably moving in to your first grown-up apartment. Although you may
Every cool cat deserves a home that’s just as hip, so this holiday, pamper you kitten with a modern hideaway. These 12 feline-friendly dens are designed to keep your cat purring in style, so you’ll never
I sent one this morning. My pal texted to say that she was in that most invidious of contemporary social tangles: someone was offering her a Kate Bush spare but she had already committed herself elsewhere.
In the spring of 2013, Connecticut-based carpenter Dave Herrle completed the Wee House, a beautiful cabin nestled in the woods of Westbrook. The project was imagined on New Years Day with Herrle and his
After months of seeing the stunning entries in the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest, it’s finally time to announce the winners! Out of more than 18,000 entries from photographers around