Daily Inspirations no. 77

Some photographers, such as Jaques Bagios, like to take pictures of people; others, like Andrew Zuckerman, choose animals to be the models for their photography masterpieces. Furthermore, there are many artists of graphic art, who create their own fictitious models and even invent the entire fantasy worlds using exclusively their imagination and ultimate features of modern graphics-rendering software. But there is one thing, which makes all those artists similar – all of them create their designs for us, the audience, to enjoy the esthetics, find the meaning of each work, and try to experience the same emotions author wanted to share through his works.


Photo by Jaques Bagios

Photo by Örvar Atli Þorgeirsson

Photo by Jaime Ibarra

Photo by Andrew Zuckerman

Photo by Marc Hom

Christine Nasser and George by PA

Stretch by Mr Toledano

Tetro by Patty Cereijo


Artwork by Valery Khlebnikov

Artwork by Salvador Ramirez Madriz

Siren by Yigit Koroglu

Nmthea The Nigthmare 2 by Ramses Melendez

The Illusionists by Bec Winnel

Heaven 2.0 by Nicolas Ferrand

3d Arts

Mazinger Z by Angel Nieves

The Wasp Woman Returns by Gediminas Pranckevicius

Bifrost by Eric Scala

Art and Digital Art

Artwork by Christopher Haines

Hold Yourself Together by Gen Unger

Indian by Minjae Lee


IMMIGRATION NATION by Like Minded Studio

2011 by Brendan Binger

Naser Mesarihi EP by Penny Tselikis


Ford Transit: Everything Fits by BBR Saatchi & Saatchi

Ariel: There’s always a stain waiting to happen by Saatchi & Saatchi

Heinz Apple: Popeye by Leo Burnett


Burj Al-Taqa by Gerber Architekten

Fictions by Filip Dujardin


Bugatti Veyron Super Sport by Bugatti

Honda P-NUT by Honda




Seextwood design elements by hertzz

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Reulf by Charlesque


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Peter Olexa

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