French photographer Jonathan Moyal's spectacular shots of his travels inspire some serious wanderlust. Armed with just his camera, some friends, and a car, Moyal hits the road to venture deep into the wilderness. Thanks to the photographer's faithful documentation of his explorations, viewers can imagine being right there with him, seeing amazing sights while getting a fresh perspective on the…

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Artist Kendal Murray builds miniature mixed-media sculptures that take viewers on a playful and imaginative journey. Using tiny toy figures and objects, Murray builds small worlds filled with creative memories, daydreams, and fantasies. The artist says, "The idea of creating these miniature works came from dream states and how we are able to play with our own identity, to play with different…

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Dynamic Photos Capture the Fluid Grace of Dancers

Dancers leap in the air, maintain perfect form, and contort their bodies gracefully in these stunning images by Minnesota-based photographer Erik Saulitis. Photographed against a plain, white background, the silhouetted figures stand out in elegant contrast as they strike dynamic poses or run through difficult routines, allowing Saulitis to capture the image at just the right…

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Michigan-based conceptual photographer Logan Zillmer creates visual dreams through his inventive photography. In each composition, the artist's imagination comes alive through layers of colors, textures, and filters that produce unique effects through digital manipulation.

Nothing is what it seems in the collection of surreal photography, where the world becomes a playground of…

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The ClockONE by Twelve24 is named so for good reason - its features all relate to the number one in some way. This elegantly-designed clock is a meter wide and uses a single button battery that lasts an entire year with simple “one touch” controls. It’s razor-thin at only 4 millimeters thick and is comprised of four large numbers that are reminiscent of a digital wrist watch.

ClockONE…

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Norwegian artist Anne-Karin Furunes crafts images that fool the eye. At first glance, her monochromatic portraits look like photographs, but are definitely not. They’re actually painted canvases that are punctuated by thousands of tiny, hand-punched holes. Light plays an important role in her pieces, and the entire work can change its appearance based on the…

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This collection of dramatic seascapes captures the striking power of nature as it collides with the fine art of photography. Created by Montauk, NY-based photographer Dalton Portella, the images are filled with a painterly quality that depicts the powerful force of the ocean during stormy weather. Dark, ominous clouds and streaks of lightning fill the sky while layers of texture…

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No matter where you look, the streets of New York City are almost always filled with hundreds and thousands of people. But, in the 1960's, American photographer Duane Michals found the rare and quiet moments along back alleys, inside offices and shops, and riding in a subway car, where not a single person was in sight. The series, titled Empty New York, was inspired by the work of…

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On a trip to Iceland, Spain-based photographer David Martin Castan worked primarily between dusk and dawn to capture breathtaking shots of the natural landscape bathed in spectacular colors. Iceland, which is home to roaring waterfalls, snow-capped mountains, magnificent volcanoes, and stunning ice caves, truly comes alive in Castan's gorgeous, nighttime scenes.

Ethereal colors light up the…

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Inspired by the elements that make up a teepee, designer Antony Gibbon created a multi-purpose structure that can be used as a retreat, an office, or even a hotel. He calls it The Nook, and this rustic cabin uses ancient building techniques in the development of its form. The louvered walls are paired with double-slatted glass doors and windows to create a natural, minimalist, and tranquil…

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