Daily Inspirations no. 105

We got used to perceiving the world in the dimensions, supported by our visual apparatus. However, the world is not only what we can see directly. With the help of multiple technical devices, such as lenses, microscopes, telescopes, etc. people learned to reveal the world beyond the physical capabilities of the human sight. Today, within our inspirational initiative we want to share with our readers some exciting photos from the world of tiny living creatures: for example, here you’ll see pictures of insects with all their ultimate unusualness and uniqueness, which you could never see with an unaided eye. In opposition to the macro photography we are also publishing a couple of fascinating landscape pictures: though we can easily perceive the world from this angle, we often simply lack time and attention to notice all the interesting forms and shapes, the world around us can gain… Fortunately, photographers do help us here bringing the “frozen” moments of the world life for us to enjoy and to admire.


Photo by Artur Celes

Photoart by Michał Karcz

Photoart by Michał Karcz

Macro by irass

Photoart by Leszek Bujnowski

Photo by Dimitre Caceaune

Photo by Markus Reugels

Photo by Markus Reugels


Artwork by Adrian Borda

Artwork by Vsevolod Ivanov

Crazy car by Maxim Kostenko

Digital Illustration Mix by Maxim Kostenko

3d Arts

Snail by Maxim Kostenko

Goblin n01 by Robin Benes

Secret Apprentice by Manny Llamas

Art and Digital Art

Artwork by Kiyo Murakami

Artwork by Luis Gabriel Pacheco


ilustracikjhiqon….. by Dmitry Ligay

Ma’at by Simon Goinard Phelipot


Aston-Poster by Stefan Chin2off

Nike – 2010 by Jordan Metcalf

I melted the rainbow by Max Nolan by The Pixel Republic


Audi: Bubble by The Pixel Republic

Viagra: See the World Differently, Grass by M&C Saatchi

Scholl footcare: Undivided attention for feet by Superrebel.com


Vogue_Table by VENTURY PARIS

Kurla Offices by Kunal Ghevaria


Renault CAPTUR by Renault

HP TouchPad by HP




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Locked in a Vegas Hotel Room with a Phantom Flex by Tom Guilmette


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Peter Olexa

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