The new park in Bergen, Norway, will include numerous meeting spaces, a city beach, athletic fields, and a floating pool.
Danii Juniper is an artist who makes soap by hand. She also makes the embellishments that go on top.
Insider spoke to interior designers to see which home and decor items, from candles to towels, they'd buy for $1 this July.
Fynn Jackson is a Swedish origami artist who makes detailed faces using a single sheet of paper. He sells his folding patterns on Etsy.
This cozy tiny home features a floor-to-ceiling window that seamlessly connects the indoors with the outdoors
The Mountain Refuge is a tiny house inspired by the Alps. The prefab cabin will cost buyers between $45,000 and $57,000 once it's on the market.
These 11 homes are out of this world, with features like enormous fingerprint-accessible closets, zip lines, slides, luxurious interiors, and more.
Here's some fun trivia for you. Every state in the United States has its own flag, can you identify which flag belongs to which state?
Belinda Richards' thought-provoking images provide a commentary on humans and current events.
Hayden Harsh's paint-mixing videos on Instagram are oddly satisfying. He mixes colorful acrylic paint, clear jelly, glitter, colored dust, and more.
These 11 gadgets help with food prep, whether it's speeding up dicing vegetables, stripping corn kernels from the cob, or making omelets instantly.
South Korea was praised early on for quickly controlling its coronavirus outbreak with testing and tracing, but a second wave has gripped the country.
Mount Rushmore is considered one of the most famous monuments in the US, but the attraction appears disappointingly small in real life.
According to experts, things like counter clutter, multiple bath mats, and air fresheners should be removed to make the room look and feel better.
Bridges serve a very important purpose: to connect people and places. But sometimes, a bridge also serves an aesthetic purpose, too.
P-laser produces and develops laser cleaning equipment that works by shooting beams of high-energy light at a corroded surface.
According to the experts, certain furniture items and decorating moves are out of style and cheap-looking or simply not very functional.
Painting floors is a quick, DIY way to change up how a room looks. This paint was made specifically for this job and gives the room a brand-new look.
The dome can be booked on Airbnb. The space can pretty much be used for anything, from yoga retreats to sound baths.
15 photos that show what New York, London, and other major cities almost looked like, based on old city designs
The Golden Gate Bridge, the Times Square Tower, and the Houses of Parliament could have looked very different based on these resurfaced city plans.
An artist sneaks hard-to-spot details into his brain-teasing illustrations. See if you can find the 7 differences between these beach party scenes.
These two images of a beach party are identical except for seven tiny differences. Can you find them all?
All over the world, there are naturally occurring optical illusions that captivate spectators.
Before-and-after photos show how a man turned a crumbling 'dungeon' into a stunning $590,000 apartment
British snowboarder Jamie Barrow found an 18th-century Georgian-style apartment for sale in Bath, England, and worked to turn it into a beautiful home.
Create a 3D forest scene in gelatin with Gelatin Art Market's tools and kits. Inject food coloring into gelatin to make mushrooms in a fruity dessert.
My husband and I turned a dilapidated cabin into a dreamy beach house with virtually no DIY experience
Our travel correspondent spent almost every weekend working on the place for nine months. The before-and-after photos speak for themselves.
Sergi Cadenas creates oil paintings by painting on vertical strips that change into different images as you move from one side to another.
These stunning colorized photographs of the Romanov royal costume ball of 1903 breathe new life into Russian history
Colorist, professor, and historian of the Romanov dynasty Olga Shirnina is bringing photos from the Romanov costume ball of 1903 back to life.
Meet the artists behind Time magazine and the New Yorker's powerful cover images about police brutality and racism
Time magazine and the New Yorker commissioned Black artists to create cover images of police brutality and racism. Here's a look at their careers.
Chengwei Pan, a Senior Illustrator at Riot Games, shows us how he brings League of Legends Champions to life.
The winners of the crown prince of Dubai's annual photography contest were announced, showcasing stunning photos from around the world.
From portraits of Breonna Taylor to infographics on police brutality, artists share the intentions behind their powerful artwork.
Callen Schaub is an artist in Canada. He creates paintings using a swinging paint bucket with slots that allow the paint to flow out.
K-Studio designed a "wave ceiling" for Barbouni, a restaurant at Costa Navarino. The ceiling cools down the space by providing shade and helping the cool air circulate.
New York art conservator Sara Drew shows us how she conserves, restores, repairs, and cleans Henry Wilkin's painting of Lucia Elizabeth Vestris.
From open shelving to cookbooks, experts told Insider about the designs and things in your space that you might want to move, revamp, or toss.
James Lewis is a successful lettering artist who's been using his sign-painting techniques to recreate characters from popular cartoons.
An artist called out influencers for sharing her illustrations about racial justice without proper credit
Danielle Coke, who goes by @ohhappydani on Instagram, says people have edited her illustrations to fit their own aesthetic.
Fractions of a second can make the difference between an iconic photo and a blurry outtake. These pictures were timed perfectly.
Caitlin Trantham has transformed over 20 items since she started sharing before-and-after videos of her clothing on TikTok in January.
Transform your end tables with Leggari's metallic epoxy countertop kit. Mix and design your own colors and turn an old pair of tables into new.
From hammering on glass to weaving with a single thread, here are eight artists who use everyday items to create portraits.
Beverly Borrill has six pet hamsters that pose in a variety of scenarios inspired by pop culture and current events.
Sand.tagious is a popular sand-cutting Instagram account. The page features videos where kinetic sand is cut using a knife to reveal rainbow colors.
Here are hacks for making your space look larger for free, from hanging curtains at a certain height to rearranging furniture in a strategic way.
These are 24 different ways to organize your home, from motorized closets and shelves to beanbag chairs that store toys.
Hop on this never-ending elevator at Prague City Hall in Prague, Czech Republic. It runs nonstop, so riders have to move quickly.
The collection includes tiny, faux succulents in pineapple, strawberry, and animal planters. The summery plants are available online for $5 a pop.
Gaudí was a Spanish architect born in the late 19th century. His buildings remain today as stunning examples of his incredible and unique style.
An artist creates different face masks every day inspired by artists, historical figures, and '80s movies
Matthias Kretschmer's masks are inspired by movies like "The Terminator" and TV shows like "Futurama."
Yatzil Elizalde's tattoos feature the same image two or even three times, and always slightly off from one another, leading to a dizzying look.
Ekaterina Lukasheva makes kinetic origami. She takes a flat piece of paper and uses geometric calculations to create an intricate sculpture.