Daily Inspirations no. 111

Whenever you are unhappy, frustrated, depressed, or angry, it is best to give yourself a chance to direct those really strong emotions into some art-related activity instead of throwing them right into the faces as well as souls of the surrounding people. The swirling and seething world inside you is often exactly what is necessary to create such art pieces that will be capable of affecting, impressing, and grasping viewers’ minds and souls. And even if you are an amateur in art, or if you don’t even plan becoming an artist, creating something is always better than destroying. What is more important is that such captivating activity as creating is, probably, the shortest way to regain and restore your stamina, vitality, and emotional balance in order to later defeat the problems of life. Welcome to the daily inspirational set of images to feed your imagination for it to collaborate with your emotions and feelings while creating your own masterpieces!


Photo by Melissa Farlow


Photo by Caitlin Worthington

Photo by Pino Gomes

Photo by Doron Nissim

Photo by eric94350

Photo by Arnov Setyanto

Photo by Leszek Bujnowski


Artwork by zalas

Artwork by Jean-Sebastien Rossbach

Artwork by Ana Fagarazzi

The Deal by Ertac Altinoz

Seeker by Tomasz Maronski

3d Arts

William by Mathieu Aerni

Turtle Barbarian by Jesse Sandifer

On The Hunt by Carlson Woon

Art and Digital Art

PAINTINGS by Sterling Hundley

Rabbits 2011 by Mirosedina

New painting by dilka bear

2009 Paintings – Colour Collection by Camilla d’Errico


Title Series by Andres Alvarez

In action. by HandMadeFont

OH NO is the new YEAH by Koning


Shivam Handloom Deep Sleep Mattresses: Obama by McCann Worldgroup

Victory Shoes: Run smooth, Mole by Grey Worldwide

Pampaverde: Extra big burger by La Mesa


Contemporary Property In Madrid by A-Cero Architects

Luxury Villa in Linz, Austria by Najjar-Najjar Architects


HTC Flyer by HTC

Rebellion REB-5 by Rebellion




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Singularity by Drasko Vucevic


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