Here are just some of my favorites. Colossal & Jealous Curator are basically online museums. Amazing things they find.
Colossal - Art & Visual Ingenuity
|Sculpture & Paint 3D scenes by Shintaro Ohata|
|LED Mushroom Lights by Yukio Takano|
|Poolied Oil Paintings by Matthew Davis|
|Melting Ice Cream Truck by the Glue Society|
|Black Hole, Centrifugal paint flinging by Fabian Oefner|
|Composite Photographs by Shawn Clover|
blending 1906 San Francisco with present day
|Paper scultpures of every day objects by Vincent Tomczyk|
|3D Paint & Resin koi goldfish ponds by Riusuke Fukahori|
|Thread installation of Gabriel Dawe|
|Swing Installation of Ann Hamilton|
|Cloud by Caitlind & Wayne|
|Flying Houses by Laurent Chéhère|
Google Art Project
If you like a brick & mortar museum, but don't have a world travelers budget, then this is for you. Virtual tours of real museums from all around the world.
Visit the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam
or maybe the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Fancy a trip to Greek Acropolis?
Ted stands for: Technology, Entertainment, Design. You can download podcast versions in audio or video format, or of course watch them online live. Most people will never get to attend a TED conference in real life, but they do give you access to everything digitally. So many amazing idea's and stories to be discovered here. I won't give you samples, you really have to check them out for yourself.