Gregory Kloehn is an artist who uses his skills for a really worthy cause – building homes for the homeless. Making use of recycled and reclaimed materials found on the street, he creates small mobile homes, each about the size of a sofa.
When artist Ayano Tsukimi returned to her home village and found it almost completely deserted, she started repopulating it with creepy hand-sewn dolls, There (Japanese Artist Repopulates Abandoned Village with Creepy Hand-Sewn Dolls
When a man with no hands creates beautiful music on a piano, we're forced to pause and rethink the seemingly insurmountable challenges in our own lives. This video is proof that you can do almost anything.
Technically, there are probably some types of cities left out of artist Benjamin Sack's A Single Note. But the thing's 4 foot in diameter and done in impeccable, tiny detail and spans all sorts of history.
When he wasn't writing science fiction, writer Isaac Asimov was composing his Lecherous Limericks, dirty little ditties he wrote for his own amusement. So what does Asimov's bawdy poetry sound like? Read more...
A small school in Izhevsk, the capital city of Russia’s Udmurtia region, probably has the best groundskeeper in the world. Not only is he great at his job and popular with the students, he’s also super-creative.
These are the "Buddy Bears," a series of hand-painted bears representing each of the countries in the United Nations. Each bear was painted by an artist from the country it represents. And they're supposed to express a wish for peace...
Driving around L.A. during the last month, you might have noticed a flash of fluorescent yellow and neon pink breaking up the monotony of lawns. A project called Wildflowering L.A. planted 50 lots around Los Angeles in native seeds.