Daily Inspirations no. 172

Before the 20th century with its revolutionary ideas, which turned upside down many aspects of the human social life, borders between different forms of arts, such as painting, sculpture, or literature were very well delineated and distinct. Today, modern art and especially its digital version erases those borders, borrows separate features from different forms of art and combines them into a unique fusion of ideas and representations. Looking at separate works of modern artists, such as those presented below, it is easy to discover that a separate modern art work can effectively and harmoniously combine ideas, borrowed from fantastic literature, colors from painting, and three-dimensionality from sculpture.

Photography

Photo by Robert Jaso

Photo by Klaus Kampert

Photo by Klaus Kampert

Photo by Klaus Kampert

all that glitters is not gold by Lina Tesch

MARINA by Frederico Martins

Illustrations

The Lost Dream by Nykolai Aleksander

Battle Royal by Reynan Sanchez

Falling Avalanche by Kerem Beyit

Spellbound III by Oliver Wetter

Hope by Uwe Jarling

Nidhoggr by Simon Dominic

Toddy Poster by Éder Minetto

3d Arts

Fall Scarecrow by Christopher Tackett

Art and Digital Art

GQ Magazine – Mind Games portraits by Charles Williams

APATHY FOR THE SETTING SUN by JOSHUA WEBB

Heartsurge: Exhibit C by Philip Brunner

Predator by Jake Logsdon

Gangster by Ariel Ratajczak

PAINTINGS by Katia Muñoz

Typography

Ling Magazine / Madrid illustration by Vicente García Morillo

Type in the Box by Elvis Benício

Sky Might Fall by Alexis taieb

Advertising

Dreft: Red by Leo Burnett

Tulipan Condoms: Puppies, Sleeping by Young & Rubicam

Anne-Marie Monahan Dog Training: Dog, 1 by Les Évadés

Architecture

GSI Tower in Cancun by Sanzpont Arquitectura

Museum of Ocean and Turf by Steven Holl Architects and Architect Solange Fabiao

Technology

Luna by RoboDynamics

LUMIX DMC-G3 by Panasonic

Web

Templay

Freebies

Juicy Fruit by Sallee Design

Download Icons

Motion

I Break Horses – Hearts by Bella Union

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