Paintings for Ants: Tiny paintings for everyday of the year.
This past August, an abandoned storefront in East London was transformed into a temporary art installation.
Artist Hubert de Lartigue is known for his classic French Pin-Up girl paintings - but it's his new bodily obsession that's turning heads.
Right now it's just a concept, but these trendy Pantone brew cans seemed destined show up at a hipster bar near you.
Artist, Alfredo Barsuglias put a pool in the middle of the desert or as I like to call it 'more land art in the middle of nowhere'...yeah, Prada Marfa I'm talking about you.
This is not a movie set, it's a diorama where miniature street lamps illuminate incredibly real looking, eerie streets that lead to nowhere other than the edge of the box they're trapped in.
The Ninth Wave - a persuasive exhibit by artist, Cai Guo-Qiang, tackles social and environmental change.
JR's Ballerina in a Gilded Cage sits high atop storage containers in Port Le Havre, France.
Every night at 10pm, the shutter was raised on a abandoned building and passersby were greeted to a blue lit, massive aquarium filled with a sea of large, glowing jellyfish.
That dynamic duo, street artists Os Gemeos (Portuguese for the twins) turned six large silos in the industrial area of Granville Island, Canada into their distinctive characters.
Artists, My Dog Sighs, Carlo Buscanigua and Kelly Kozma dropped some amazing work on the corners of 3rd and 5th & Bainbridge in the Queen Village section of Philadelphia .