Matt Molloy and created by overlapping time-lapsed photos to create movement in the sky. He captures cloud and star motions in his images, but my favorites are the ones timed at sunset.
silk screened map of the southern sky. There's also a matching map of the northern sky. It comes in mulitple colorways too, but I'm craving the gold on white pair.
chevron print is only sporadically available on One Kings Lane and every time it comes up for sale I have a internal debate with myself on whether or not I should buy it. I love the water color effect of the colors bleeding together at the center. I think to myself sometimes that I could make it myself, but the complexity of the colors would be hard to mimic.
Thomas La Madieu, who takes picture of the sky peering through skyscrapers and then proceeds to draw funny little images that fill the wonky spaces perfectly. It's simple and quirky and kind of brilliant. This is definitely one I could do myself and I think I'm going to have to try. Starting with my next trip into a skyscraper-laden city!
Rain Room! You walk through a room that is filled with falling water and motion sensors and the water stops above you so that you remain completely dry! The lighting is designed to highlight the "rain" and silhouettes for stunning visuals. So if you can, you must go and take pictures!