A tea closet.

There are so many fascinating tea bag designs these days. Remember the bird origami ones? These bags are called Hanger Tea, a ridiculously cute creation by Soon Mo Kang. Don't you think they should be renamed, TEA Shirts? {Images via Yanko Design}

New High Speed Liquid Splash Photographs by Markus Reugels

Drop by drop, photographer Markus Reugel experiments with all kinds of liquids, lighting, and color to capture these magnificent, abstract creations.

So THIS is what a record made of ice sounds like.

Shout Out Louds - Blue Ice, The Ice Record Project. Swedish band the Shout Out Louds have created a limited edition version of their new single Blue Ice as a playable piece of ice.

The Skewed, Anamorphic Sculptures and Engineered Illusions of Jonty Hurwitz

London-based artist Jonty Hurwitz creates amazing anamorphic sculptures that can only be seen in their own reflections. In fact, without the mirror cylinder

Fire Hydrant by Haroshi

Japanese artist Haroshi uses recycled skateboards to create three-dimensional sculptures. He cuts, shaves, stacks, manipulates, and then polishes the multicolored layered ply wood skateboard decks …

Steven Kozar takes photographic realism to the extreme.

Steven Kozar's Hyperrealistic Watercolor Paintings

tree roots emerge from the ceiling in an installation by giuseppe licari

11 humus giuseppe licaris installation with trees roots Humus, Giuseppe Licaris installation with trees roots

pencil sculptures by dalton ghetti

dalton spelled out from the alphabet series Miniature Sculptures on the Tip of a Pencil Dalton Ghetti Art Gallery

This photographer makes beautiful composite images of exotic locations. Bet you can't book a trip to these spots on Priceline!

Fantastic photo series titled “Miniature Worlds” comprised of hundreds of photographs digitally assembled by Sydney-based artist Catherine Nelson…

See A Jungle's Worth of Gorgeous Creatures Made From Hermès Scraps

See A Jungle’s Worth of Gorgeous Creatures Made From Hermès Scraps

The animals in The Eternal Jungle were made from leftover bits of Hermès leather and are more fashionable than you. Thibault Zimmermann, of French art studio Zim & Zou, explains how it was all done.

Merry Christmas! Exploding ornaments by Alan Sailer

In these lovely Christmas times Alain Sailer provides us with a series of exploding christmas decorations. “Photographer Alan Sailer works out of his garag

Woah! Are we really eating that? Putting cereal in context.  Ernie Button » Cerealism

Ernie Button takes breakfast cereal to a whole new level of art in his photography series, "Cerealism," where he transforms cereal into dreamy landscapes.