Japanese artist Hikaru Cho likes to play with perception in this series, entitled It’s Not What It Seems. She playfully redefines how an object is perceived by painting the exterior to appear like something
Budapest, Hungary-based photographer Sarolta Bn is best known for her stunningly surreal scenes that include sky high paintbrush trees and flying origami birds. To change the perception of abandoned shelter
Apparently, in Italian artist Francesco Romoli’s mind, the future is filled with all kinds of strange creatures that are part human, part machine. Postcards from the Future is a playful series in which
The best ski lodges are idyllic escapes where after a day of hitting the slopes, you come back to cozy fireplaces, gourmet food, and relaxing spa treatments. Even if you’re not a hardcore skier, these
Coding is all the rage these days. Students of all ages and adults already in the workforce are increasingly encouraged to learn programming. Even President Obama said everyone should learn to code. There
Upload your photo to French Girls, and strangers will draw you. Why? The iPhone app nails no-risk engagement. I have a plan. I’m going to download French Girls, an app where a crowd draws your portrait.
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