Daily Inspirations no. 66

Where do people find their inspiration? Especially those, who are involved in some artful professions, such as web designers, for example… Is it in music, books, travelling, food, or elsewhere? Obviously, there is no one single answer for this question. All the people are different and everyone finds his source of inspiration at some particular place or activity. Anyway, a commonly accepted statement says that the art itself can be a good source of inspiration for creating new art works and even new forms of art. If you agree with this statement, here is your ticket for today’s show of inspiration at Cruzine – 33 art works, which can arouse your imagination and awake your creativity, are waiting for your attention…

Photography

Wonderland by Kirsty Mitchell

Photo by Sam Jones

Photo by Jorge Aragon

[ran out of dreams] by Eliara

.shiny by Dasha Denger

Photo Embroidery by Ausra Osipaviciute

Andrea Klarin Calendar 2011 by edsonwilliams

Illustrations

Personal Illustrations vol. 2 by Michal Dziekan

Personal illustrations by Michal Dziekan

Artwork by Arthur Haas

3d Arts

Hybrid_Menger_Sponge_25 by Mick Hogan

LEAVE YOURSELF BEHIND by Marco Brunato

Old ship by Tomasz Strzalkowski

Art and Digital Art

Artwork by Florian Nicolle

Artwork by Di Liu

Artwork by Zé Diogo & Diamantino Jesus

The Revenge by Mart Biemans

Island Paradise by José Reis

Chaos vs Order by Bram Vanhaeren

Four seasons by Marica Kicusic

Typography

8:00 | my typo project | continuation by Sveta Sebyakina

The Kitchen of Typography by Pablo Alfieri

Le Grand Cirque Des Couleurs by PRN

Advertising

Lot & Diners Club by MIDEA

ING Integra Pension Fund: Tree by Y&R

Santa Casa Hospital: Transylvania by Y&R

Architecture

Mini Opera House by COOP HIMMELB(L)AU

Villa Kiani by Makan Rahmanian and Kamran Heirati

Technology

Necker Nymph by Necker

Panasonic’s 152-inch full HD 3D plasma display by Panasonic

Web

Foound

Freebies

72 Free Vector Glass Buttons and Bars by BittBox

Download Vector Pack

Motion

Something Left, Something Taken- Full Version by Tiny Inventions

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Peter Olexa

Cruzine magazine founder. He has over 15 years of experience in corporate identity and web site design.