Maja Wrońska is an architect and freelance illustrator who creates magnificent and vibrant, watercolor illustrations of European architecture. As an architect and an artist, she balances the the elements of drawing and perspective in her work including dramatic and detailed use of line and

 Fabian Oefner, an internationally well-known artist, uses photography to capture beauty in science.  His projects, like psychedelic images or kinetic installations that translate sound waves into motion, represent science in incredibly unique and poetic ways, encouraging us to appreciate the beauty

Mitchell Joachim is an innovator in ecological design, architecture, and urban design, Co-Founder at Terreform One and Associate Professor at New York University. He has won many awards like the AIA New York Urban Design Merit Award, 1st Place International

Mark Clinton, a Sydney-based photographer and traveler, who captures ocean, mountains, forests or beaches. His pictures reflect freedom, joy, happiness and power. In this interview, you will know, what drives Mark and what inspires him for such wonderful works. Hi, Mark.

Albert Einstein once said: “Genius is 1% of talent and 99% percent hard work.” A descriptive example of it is Nala Rinaldo, a Jakarta-Bali, Indonesia-based photographer, former graphic designer, creative director, broadcaster, and TV/Film Director, who is currently working as

Nicole Eddy is a young traveler and blogger from South Africa. She explores the world with unbelievable desire and enthusiasm, capturing her adventures on YouTube, where she shares her passion and inspires others to follow their dreams and make them

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