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Photographer Troy Moth spent the first few years of his life living in a tent in a remote tree-planting camp in Western Canada, instilling in him a deep love of nature. His upbringing surrounded by untamed flora and fauna is reflected in Animal Works, a series of striking photos depicting animals roaming freely in the wilderness.

Moth's images are impactful in their stark, minimalist…

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While the idea to create this transparent Japanese tea house originated in 2002, and while the design was realized in 2011, it's only now, nearly five years from the presentation of the design that KOU-AN Glass Tea House has finally been unveiled. KOU-AN has been installed in the mountainside of Kyoto, Japan, at Seiryuden (Blue Dragon Hall), which is the home of…

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As the temperatures rise and flowers come back in bloom, it’s clear that spring is officially here. And, what better way to celebrate than with Colleen Jordan’s Wearable Planter! The unique accessories are miniaturized vases and decorative containers that hold sprouts, succulents, and small flowers. Wear them around your neck, as a pin, or even clipped to your bike. It’s a great way…

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With more than 30 years of experience as a cave explorer and guide under his belt, Australian photographer John Spies is an expert at navigating the incredible formations and winding passages of underground sites never before seen by man. Camera in hand, the adventurer has journeyed into the depths of over 80 caverns in Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam—including a few caves previously…

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We all look a little different when we're coming out of a bath or shower, but that's nothing compared to these dogs! Pet photographer Serena Hodson (or Serenah) just sent us her latest project, called Dry Dog Wet Dog, and it's right at the intersection of adorable and funny. Though pretty self-explanatory, we'll let her describe it to you anyway. "Dry Dog Wet…

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This year's Boston Marathon was won by a woman who ran 26.2 miles in just over 2 hours, but she wasn't the only winner. The last person to cross the finish line was 39-year-old Venezuelan Maickel Melamed, who has a form of muscular dystrophy that greatly impairs his movement. This marathon holds special meaning…

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When Bailey Miller suddenly lost all feeling in her legs, doctors were utterly stumped. "Our daughter, Bailey, had complete paralysis from the waist down for 11 days with no explanation as to why," explains Bailey's mom. 

Miraculously, on her 12th day in the hospital,…

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Woven Nest-Inspired Jewelry by Heather Bayless

Artist Heather Bayless combines her love for nature and art in these beautiful pieces of jewelry that were inspired by nests. Using sterling silver, she wraps the metalwork around until a tiny sculpture of a nest is formed. In particular, she's inspired by weaver birds who are known for making elaborately woven nests. "They create their homes in unexpected places by intricately weaving…

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Dubbed the “Queen of Double Eyes,” artist Alex Garant depicts beautiful women that are multi-eyed and in double vision. The gorgeously-painted oil portraits have facial features that are multiplied and offset from one another. This distortion of eyes, noses, and mouths makes her realistic-looking subjects appear unfocused as their bodies are combined with geometric patterns and…

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