Bees Wax Sculptures by Ren Ri. Ri shapes each sculpture by controlling the position of the queen bee at the centre of each acrylic shell and rotates the hives every 7 days, using the changes in gravity to alter the sculpture’s final form… Genius

Tardigrade (aka Waterbear or Moss Piglet) — A water dwelling micro-animal that can survive extreme temperatures ranging from −273.15°C to 357°C.

This photo is a colour-enhanced scanning electron micrograph c/o Eye of Science and WIRED

Somewhere in the remote North of Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang, China. I’m note sure exactly how I ended up here the other day, but I did… For a sense of perspective, click through and zoom out!!

“The team took their experiment to the remote highlands of Cambodia where a tribe of people known as Kreung live. Because none of them had ever been exposed to western music, they could serve as a control group…”

Famous Selfies AD Campaign by The Capes Times newspaper, South Africa

Just His Pleasure by Philipp Levigner from Frankfurt, Germany. Honourable Mention in the Street category of the 1X Photo Awards 2012. I love this shot… Best of the winners in my opinion!

“When the rabbit is pulled from the hat, its color or breed is irrelevant. What’s important is the magician’s ability to artfully make the rabbit appear and ultimately evoke astonishment from the audience. In photography, the equivalent is taking an image that evokes strong feelings, regardless of which device captured the picture”
Converge's All We Love We Leave Behind LP drops October 8th

Ian Hobson creates these amazingly complex long-exposure light photos…

Another stunning solar eclipse shot taken by Colleen Pinski from 1.5 miles away! You can peek into her setup here.

Humanae - a series of portraits whose background is dyed with the exact Pantone® tone extracted from a sample of 11x11 pixels of the portrayed’s face”

Some fantastic fruit scul(l)ptures: SCULL IV by Dimitri Tsykalov, 2008