Daily Inspirations no. 152

Our today inspirational set includes the same categories as usual (photography, architecture, digital art, typography, and so on), but the images represented here are really versatile. They are created by different artists, thus, they reflect various world views, philosophic approaches, and art trends. Skills of the authors, their attentiveness to details, and power of observation allow them to create artpieces, which radiate and show the viewers not only the beauty, but the irony and grotesqueness in the seemingly frightful things, romantics and sensuality of a fleeting moment, quaintness and uncommonness of a situation, grandeur and magnificence of places, and of course, the unrestrained and boundless imagination of the creators. So, we welcome you to experience this powerful mix in our daily inspirational set!

Photography

Photo by Aaron Feaver

Mi by Andreas Levers

Lost in time by SAM LIM

Photo by SAM LIM

Photo by Richard Bernardin


Photo by Sarah Lee

Rachael Grasso & Jessica Moloney by Zac Steinic

Illustrations

Charged strafer by Alexey Egorov

HADES by Robert Steven Connett


le concierge by Rob Hodgson

the curse of the hamster by zutto

Rollergirl by Vero Navarro

3d Arts

Repeating by k3-studio

FORTRESS by loboto

Art and Digital Art

Little Miss Teen by Cindy Grundsten

Artwork by Aida Sabic

Photomanipulation by Michael Vincent Manalo

Photomanipulation by Michael Vincent Manalo

Artwork by Chris Leskovsek

Feliz! by Betania Zacarias

Typography

Type: 1628 – 1938 by Neal Fletcher

Mr Vampire Eats My Juicy Steak Using No Pepper by Heath Killen

Over Legibility by Gareth Leyshon

Advertising

Pulp Books: Bar by Lowe Bull

WMF Knives: Apple by KNSK

Honda ATVs All-terrain Vehicles: Tiger by DDB/Key People

Architecture

ec-O by Steven Ma

Flying Cities Powered by Bio-Fuels by Vincent Callebaut

Technology

Eee Pad Transformer by ASUS

RoundTail bicycle by Tortola

Web

5 Pieces Gallery

Freebies

Rabbits icons by Aleksandr Obuhov

Download Icons

Motion

Symmetry by Everynone

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