chaotic moon's tattoo circuits integrate unnoticeable wearable technolog...
chaotic moon tech tats would analyze early symptoms of a fever and vital signs to inform the patient that they’re getting sick.
Silence of the North: A Nature Photographer Travels to the Extreme Arctic
Danish nature photographer Morten Hilmer spent two years of his adult life serving in his country's special forces. While patrolling in Nort
Space Glass: Extraordinary Solar Systems and Flowers Encased in Glass by...
Glass artist Satoshi Tomizu sculpts small glass spheres that appear to contain entire solar systems and galaxies. Planets made of opals, fle
olafur eliasson infills viennese baroque palace with light and mirror works
within one of the most magnificent baroque edifices in vienna, olafur eliasson presents the exhibition 'baroque baroque', comprising a signi
Juxtapoz Magazine - Edouard Martinet's Insect Sculptures
Part of a car, bicycle, umbrella, compass, typewriter, clock, compass, the list of materials that French artist Edouard Martinet uses to con
Wire Animal Sculptures that Look Like Scribbled Pencil Drawings by David...
Artist David Oliveira (previously) works with wire in an unconventional way by cutting and twisting the material into sculptures that could
Curvaceous Brick House uses passive cooling and local materials in India
Mumbai-based iStudio Architecture completed Brick House, a curvaceous and organic structure that looks like the picture-perfect yoga retreat
A Set of Nameless Paints Wants to Change the Way Kids Learn About Color
The names we assign to colors are restrictive and only serve to impede our minds. The water that comes out of a faucet isn’t “blue.” Leaves
California’s Volcano House boasts 360 degrees of Mojave desert views
For architecture buffs who have always dreamed of living on the moon, the Volcano House can now be yours for $650,000.
Eerie driftwood skeletons of extinct Chinese dolphins remind us of human...
Jonathan Latiano reflects on the extinction of the baiji with his stunning and somewhat macabre installation ‘Flight of the Baiji.’
Juxtapoz Magazine - Dali's Erotic Surrealist Cookbook
Originally published in 1973 and featuring Salvador Dali's paintings and etchings, Les Diners de Gala, is a cookbook featuring 12 chapters o
Juxtapoz Magazine - Short Film About Sculptor Beth Cavener
The sculptures Beth Cavener creates focus on human psychology, stripped of context and rationalization, and articulated through animal and h
Geometric bookshelf turns the library into a personal reading pod
Mexican design firm, Anagrama and project developer Artiplano have created an engaging reading space for book worms in the form of a geometr
Ferrolic: A Clock with a Liquid Face Powered by Magnetism
Way back in 2000 I downloaded a screensaver designed by Yugo Nakamura called DropClock that tied in with your systems' internal time to crea
400-Year-Old Arctic Plants Frozen by Glaciers Come Back From the Dead
Researchers have discovered that plants that have been covered by ice for 400 years have come back from the dead where glaciers have retreat