Step aside maxis and minis — it’s time for midis to shine! Hitting right at or slightly below the knee, midi-length dresses and skirts are definitely a welcome blast from the past. They may have been the
Publishers deliberate every year on how to redecorate the Christmas story. This year, for those who prefer Christmas traditional but with a new twist, Brian Wildsmith is your man. A Christmas Story (Oxford
The stunning Nasir al-mulk Mosque hides a gorgeous secret between the walls of its fairly traditional exterior: stepping inside is like walking into a kaleidoscope of colors. Every day, the rays of the
The Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of NewYork-Presbyterian recently installed a new CT scanner in their radiology testing room, but what separates the machine from others of its kind is that it is
This year's winner of the Carbuncle Cup for the country's worst building plumbed new depths of awfulness in standards of student housing – providing cramped cells that look directly on to a brick wall.
In this series, entitled Landscape Monolith, Reynald Drouhin alters crystal clear landscapes by turning sections of the land upside-down. Each odd shape, placed directly in the center of the horizon, a
Budapest, Hungary-based photographer Sarolta Bn recently released a new set of images that all have that surreal quality she’s become known for. Bn’s photo manipulations never cease to amaze us both for
This series cannot get any cuter! Entitled Life is Adventure, the images portray little kittens and puppies playfully placed within elaborate scenes. To create each setting, the creative team first sketched
California-based photographer Viktorija Pashuta has transformed a variety of web browser icons into trendy fashion statements. The Latvian fashion photographer has always wondered What if girls were internet
When you move to a new, big city like New York, it can feel very lonely, as artist Zachary Johnson found out for himself. Relocating to New York and then moving back and forth to Chicago, Boston, Denver,
Lower Tomata Falls, Mexico It’s back! Can you believe it’s already been three years since we wrote about Red Bull Illume, the world’s biggest photography contest for action and adventure sports? (Remember
Dishwashers don’t seem to hold the same cache as some of the more lust-worthy kitchen appliances (looking at you, gas ranges). Though living in a glass house certainly isn't for everyone, many people look
Did the Olympic rings always hide words like “steroids” and “cocaine”? Did Ikea’s name always piece together like a cheap Snap Tite model? I didn’t think so, but it doesn’t exactly look wrong, either.
In the Fast and the Furious series, drivers pull off some amazing stunts. They can drag safes, take down tanks, and accommodate several people hopping in and out a T-top at once (in spite of surrounding
UC Berkeley social psychologist Paul Piff has run 30 studies on thousands of people around the United States. And time and time again, he finds that the wealthiest participants tend to act the most deplorably.
Like fine art photographer Sharon Johnstone, Julia Delgado has a fascination for the little droplets of water that land on dandelions. Like little gems, the dew sparkle against the wispy feathers of the
We’ve seen our fair share of gravity-defying photography, but we’re not so sure we’ve ever viewed a series with subjects so calm while only a few inches away from impact with the ground. These perplexing