From lapis lazuli to cobalt blue, to dazzling gold and silver – travel through the story of color with the National Gallery in London in their new exhibit ‘Making Colour’.
With a planar, half a millimeter is repeatedly sanded off various objects and photographed at each interval, then composed into a trippy time lapse video.
Almost a year since its publication, we revisit the photos by Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluisio that became the Hungry Planter series showcased at the Nobel Peace Center earlier this year. The images give great insight into the vast cultural and dietary differences between the worlds residents.
Artists and sculptors Greg Klassen and create beautiful works of art that showcase the unique details of nature using glass as their medium.
commissioned in 2012 by Hermitage magazine in Russia to honor the felines that are charged with keeping the basements of the the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, these feline portraits by Eldar Zakirov show cats in a very regal way.
Dutch artist Suzan Drummen unveiled this intricately jeweled floor installation at the Hague’s Gallery Maurits van de Laar.
The 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest is currently open for entries. The international contest opened on March 18 and will receive entries until June 30. It’s open to anyone who has reached the legal age of maturity in their jurisdiction of residence, except for residents of Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan or Syria. The categories for […]
Broby Grafiska Swedish college of design students take on re-randing Gillette and produce a beautiful timeless design worthy of the company’s 100-year history.