Daily Inspirations no. 128

Some wise man once said that the true talent of an artist appears when he (the artist) can illustrate anything, even seemingly unimportant objects in a very special way, revealing the hidden yet significant values of that object. In other words, for a true artist there are no pointless activities or objects with no importance, because he understands clearly that everything in the surrounding world matters. Perhaps, this is a case of the law of harmony in the Universe; and artists not only understand this law, but they almost physically feel it and try to teach other people around to achieve the same level of perception of the surrounding world. Have a look at the works, presented in the collection of inspiring graphics from Cruzine below, and try to focus your attention on the way, photographers and digital artists depict the smallest details of the compositions. Very often, such tiny details report the primary meaning of the entire picture

Photography

High sky of Spain by Andrey Yakovlev & Lili Aleeva

From different life of the Crimean trees by Yurets

Photo by Renata Raksha

First time in Asia by Ilya Atlas

Within hearing by DeepAbyss

In a Window of Prestes Maia by Julio Bittencourt

AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY by Stephan Zirwes

Photo by Javier Lovera

Photo by Shai Yehezkel

Illustrations

Artwork by Wen-JR

Transition by Sonia Verdu

Blind Colors by Patryk Habryn

A Melancholy Princess and a wicked dog by Katya Tal

A E Investimentos 1 by Techno Image

3d Arts

Yeti by Julianna Kolakis

Starfish umbrella, RIGGING DEMO link by Patryk Habryn

Hellgate: Templar by Sze Jones

Art and Digital Art

TNHB Magazine by Grzegorz Domaradzki

Reworked by Justin Harris

Walls by Przemek Blejzyk

Typography

24/7_Type Flow by YLLV . Karol Gadzala

Odyssea 2010 by Pablo Alfieri

Zune Brand Mantras by RAMIRO TORRES

Advertising

Gold’s Gym: Tank by jotabequ GREY

Catsan: Family by D’Adda, Lorenzini, Vigorelli, BBDO

Mitsubishi Pajero: Rocks by TBWA\ Zeenah

Architecture

The Pearl passive solar house by David Fanchon

Monk’s Shadow Residence by Kendle Design Collaborative

Technology

+YvesBéhar phone by YvesBéhar

Virtuo SmartJuke by TouchTunes Interactive Networks

Web

Cghub

Freebies

Memories textures by Ana Fagarazzi

Download Textures

Freebies

Mille – Crysteena by Upper First

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Peter Olexa

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