Many theatrical set designers today follow the maxim of “less is more”, but in the old days when theaters had to compete with moving pictures, plays frequently featured elaborate and extravagant sets built with great attention to detail. Continue reading →
Built in 1881 to safely house sailors while on shore, The Society Hotel now serves as a refuge for Portland travelers. Accommodations come in three forms, offering a room for every type of guest. Continue reading →
Natura Insects is a beautiful series from the Japanese artist and designer Raku Inoue, currently based in Montreal, who imagines delicate floral compositions by recreating insects with leaves and flower petals. Continue reading →
French animator Frédéric Vayssouze-Faure explores complicated mathematical concepts through short animations he publishes on a Tumblr called Wavegrower. Continue reading →
A skywalk is seen slithering through a litchi orchard in Xiangmi Park in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, giving local residents a chance of getting close to nature. Continue reading →
In the streets of Aveiro in Portugal, Catarina Soares captures the typical architecture of the city. The neighborhood of Beir-Mar is especially famous for its similar houses which only differentiate through colors and materials. Continue reading →
Over 100 of these pyramid-like mounds are seen in Brahmanbaria, Bangladesh.
Workers in a rice mill create over 100 even piles of rice and sort them into even rows before downpours come. Continue reading →