Architectural wonders that confuse and delight in equal measure, these unusual upside-down houses from around the world make for rather awe-inspiring sights.
Ben Thomas uses his mastery of tilt-shift photography to transform the world’s biggest cities into tiny replicas of themselves. We spoke to this “Cityshrinker” to find out more about his amazing work.
In Borgloon, Belgium stands a wonder of imagination and design. Dubbed “Reading between the Lines,” this semi-transparent church-like structure begins to disappear when viewed from different angles.
John Bramblitt is a special artist – not only because his paintings are striking pieces of work, but also because, as a person who has lost his sight, he must rely on touch and texture to create them.
Even amid the horror and chaos of war, man and man’s best friend can find time to buddy up. Just ask these U.S. soldiers who were stationed in Afghanistan.
Creating mighty mountain peaks out of majestic ocean waves, Ray Collins’ incredible photos will make you look at the sea in an entirely different light.