Artists' sunsets turned increasingly crimson after major volcanic eruptions and increases in pollution. Continue reading →
The National Science Foundation recently announced the winners of its annual image competition, where entries display a mix of art and science.
Scientists have used a new technique to identify the age and source of an eruption depicted in the world's first known landscape painting.
In his largest work yet, Cuban-American muralist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada has turned a landscape in Northern Ireland the size of 44 Olympic swimming pools into the face of a girl. Continue reading →
Underwater photographer Jason Isley of Scubazoo.com, based in South East Asia, found a creative way to document marine creatures using figurines.
When a volcano calls to this man, he answers by laying down on the rim and watching for hours at a time.
Flowers usually bloom too slowly. This video speeds up the process so you can enjoy them on the go!
A California artist is serving up sunshine in a rainbow of flavors for his special rose-scented patrons.