To get a perfect view of Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada, the only logical thing to do was to construct a cantilevered glass viewing platform. So Canadian firm Sturgess Architecture did just that — overlooking the Columbian Icefields. The valley is nice and all, but…have you seen this walkway?
With the advent of digital cameras, light graffiti and night photography have become much more popular…and Trevor Williams' spectacularly quirky "paintings" are just one example we love. Take a look at these breathtaking images for clues on how this self-described "camera freak" created each shot.
Here's an awesome concept from Daniel Kocyba. His sleek design was inspired by sports cars and motorcycles…who wouldn't love to see this beauty out and about?...
We've heard a lot about the decline of bees in recent years. And while the causes are not yet fully understood, a group of people in England came up with a solution: a "refueling and nesting center" for bees. That's right, just like that bird feeder in your yard, this little contraption will help bees survive when they can't find a natural habitat.
Here's a lovely shot of the Milky Way courtesy of astrophotographer Juan Carlos Casado. Taken in Spain's Canary Islands, Casado mashed nine different photographs together to create this masterpiece — not to mention a totally unique view of our galaxy.
I think we can all agree on one thing: Hot Weels are awesome. And just when you had forgotten all about Mattel's popular toy, this huge loop track pops up in Bogotá, Colombia. Hot Wheels, we salute you.
Are you eagerly awaiting the release of the iPhone 5? Well, what better way to keep the anticipation going than with some good old fashioned rumors. Will it have a 3D display? A physical keyboard? Check out the infographic below to see which updates might actually make the cut.
Art director Willi Dorner has been arranging very flexible dancers in very unlikely places for some time now. But what started out as a photo project in 2004, has turned into street performances in cities around the world. So if you're walking around and happen to see folks happily wedged into an odd little corner of your city, it might be part of Dorner's Bodies in Urban Spaces exhibit.
Opera, Netscape and Safari are just a few of the web browsers you might know. To find out which of them reigns supreme — and for a little web browser chronology action, click the infographic below.
We love this futuristic yacht concept by designer Hyun-Seok Kim. A winner of the 2011 "Dreamboat" Millennium Yacht Design Award, this baby has some features you don't get on just any old yacht — starting with its distinctly spaceship-esque quality. Take a peek at the gallery below for more shots of Hyun-Seok Kim's winning design.