Daily Inspirations no. 156

There are photographers, such as Sayaka Maruyama, who urge for something more than just taking pictures of real life objects or phenomena. These artists constantly experiment, mixing different styles, applying multiple visual effects and digital image rendering tools to transform a seemingly ordinary photograph into a masterpiece of some absolutely different form of art, which represents the mixture of photography, illustration, painting, and conceptual philosophy. The works of such non-traditional photographers may generate a full range of emotions from delight to complete negation, but the role of such art is significant: to widen the horizon of the art itself, to dilute the limits, created by some prejudices or dogmas, and to restart the creative thinking and art perception in the audience.


Photo by SAM LIM

Photo by Doug Roane

Photo by Matthew Welch

Deja Vu by Sayaka Maruyama

Antarctica by Anatoly Beloshchin

The Wrecks by Anatoly Beloshchin

Underwater caves by Anatoly Beloshchin

Nude & Fashion by Anatoly Beloshchin


Mr. Barifu by Jakob Eirich

Brownie, The Wicked by Branko Bistrovic

Lindsay & Lucille by Stephan Britt

La sirena by Gaia

3d Arts

Devil in iron by Nikita Veprikov

Hogl by Anatoliy Sidorov

DREAMER CORN by Marcos Nicacio

Art and Digital Art

Artwork by Renata Brzozowska

Artwork by Jean-Marc Janiaczyk

Artwork by Marney Ward

Colocation by Nicolas Guittard

Don’t Panic Poster Illustration by Johnny Kelly


So Bold & So Cold by Richard Perez

Typography Workshop _ Blood, Toil by eyemagazine

Typography Workshop _ A-Z Alphabet by eyemagazine


Viaje Mais Magazine: USA by LP360

Abramet: Tree by Z+ Comunicação

Actual Security Windows: Living room by Demner, Merlicek & Bergmann


Formal Attire Skyscraper in Monaco by James Diewald

Kripalu Housing Annex by Peter Rose + Partners


Kizashi EcoCharge by Suzuki

Sora by Lito




6 big textures – inspiration by yunyunsarang

Download Textures


CUSTOMTONE by Fracture & Neptune feat. Martin Fieber


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