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Former NASA official: NASA must shed “socialist” approach to space explo...
Lori Garver says that the agency is wary of SpaceX’s deep space ambitions.
A Giant LED Star Pierces the Floors of a 4-Story Building in Malaysia
Malaysian artist Jun Hao Ong constructed this bright LED star that appears to shoot through the floors and ceilings of a 4-story concrete bu
Clever Half-and-Half Photos by a Couple on Opposite Sides of the World
Seok Li and Danbi Shin are an couple who create art together as Shinliart. A while back, their relationship turned into a long-distance one:
New Nail Sculptures by John Bisbee That Twist Across Floors and Walls
John Bisbee (previously) has worked with nails as a sculptural medium since he accidentally toppled a bucket of them years ago and was aston
Kristina Varaksina Photography http://www.kristinavaraksina.com/#!/index...
Kristina Varaksina, photographer. Portrait, fashion, beauty, fine art, advertising photography.
Li-Hill's Large-Scale Murals Resemble Ghostly Projections of Angels, Bir...
Rise And Fall | Aerosol on Concrete, approx: 62'x62', Berlin, 2015. Photo by Sabine Winge via Street Art Germany In his towering public mura
Faig Ahmed Creates Glitched-Out Contemporary Rugs from Traditional Azerb...
Faig Ahmed distorts the patterns of traditional Azerbaijani rugs, dimantling their structure in order to build compositions that trick the e
The Smithsonian's 'Wonder' Exhibition Fills a Newly Renovated Gallery Fl...
WONDER, the first exhibition at the Renwick Gallery at the Smithsonian American Art Museum since its two-year renovation, brings together ni
Kelly Reemtsen's Painterly Juxtapositions of Chic Dresses and Power Tool...
Los Angeles-based painter Kelly Reemtsen’ newest works focus on the subject matter of well-dressed women toting household tools that range f
Ansel Adams's Photographs of Japanese-American Internment at Manzana...
Background and Scope of the Collection A rare set of photographs by Ansel Adams (1902-1984), documenting Japanese-Americans interned at the
Yep, science confirms that quitting Facebook makes people happier
Social networking in some form or another has existed for as long as life on this planet, but we don't yet fully understand how the most mod
The Mystical Origins of Fruit and Vegetables Photographed by Maciek Jasik
Although it's recommended we eat five to seven servings of fruits and vegetables daily, many are unaware of the origins, mythology, and symb
The Crooked Forest: A Mysterious Grove of 400 Oddly Bent Pine Trees in P...
This stand of bent pine trees known as the Crooked Forest is easily one of the strangest places in Central Europe. Located outside of Nowe C
Geometric Collages Created From Layers of Vintage File Folders and Index...
Cataloging the tools once used for the very same purpose, Augustine Kofie creates collages that utilize file folders, index cards, and steno
New Portraits Drawn on Maps and Star Charts by Ed Fairburn
English artist Ed Fairburn (previously) uses vintage road maps and star charts as canvases for drawn portraits. Cross-hatched patterns and s
Photographer Arno Rafael Minkkinen Seamlessly Integrates His Body with t...
Fosters Pond II, 1989. Courtesy Catherine Edelman Gallery. Finnish-American photographer Arno Rafael Minkkinen has been capturing self-portr