Olafur Eliasson - he who built waterfalls under New York bridges and put the sun inside the Tate Modern has unveiled a new project.
The latest short film by Sydney photographer and director Keith Loutit conveys the massive energy of Rio's Carnival in a miniaturised format.
Stereographs seem to be popping up everywhere at the moment, including at the New York Public Library which has created an online Stereogranimator.
Backpack people Eastpak are known for making no fuss baggage, so what's all this then?
We weren't sure whether to file these incredible paper sculptures under arts or science.
Aussie photographer Cory White documents men of note on his website Mr Blanc and this month's subject is writer-turned-knife maker (seriously) Joel Bukiewicz.
As if they didn't already have us at "Hello", affordable heritage-inspired baggage label Herschel teamed up with adventurous Canadian photographer Stephen Wilde to create a new series of photos.
Every year the Iditarod sled race runs over approximately 1800 kilometres through dense Alaskan wilderness, harsh mountains and lonely tundra.
Ahh, ain't it a great sense of accomplishment completing a book? Or at least moving it from the 'to peruse' pile to the 'perused!'?
By letting off colourful smoke bombs in assorted natural landscapes for his series 'Shapes', Italian photographer Filippo Minelli seems to be saying "Shhhh", rather than "Shazam!"
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