Daily Inspirations no. 193

It is a widely accepted fact that inspiration is in demand not only among painters, composers, and writers. Actually, it equally helps web designers, illustrators, copy writers, and video producers, and many other representatives of creative professions to produce some authentic stuff, marked with distinct creativity and true artful elements. There are many definitions of inspiration, but rather than trying to explain what it is, we would like to present our readers with as many sources of inspiration as possible. Among this collection of art works, representing multiple forms of contemporary arts, we hope you will find something that will be able to inspire you and help you find your own way towards realization of your creative ideas and plans.


Urban Quilombo by Sebastian Liste

Photo by Luca Sage

Photo by Luca Pierro

Beauty by Bahadir Tanriover

Hey, I’ve got nothing to do today but smile. by Rosie Hardy

Jessica Marie by Jeff Mikkelson

Ali L by Manolo Campion

Remik Kozdra & Kasia Baczulis by Papercut Magazine


Styx by Piotr Ruszkowski

Melinda by Jeremie Fleury

WHALEBOY by Bobby Chiu

Flying Machine by Olivier Derouetteau

Flight by Malgorzata Arska

3d Arts

Gun (game Artworks) by Alessandro Baldasseroni

bunny is tired by Greg Petchkovsky

Clown by Bernardo Barbi

Art and Digital Art

Held within what hung open and made to lie without escape by Gregory Euclide

El Payador Perseguido by Place

Be Free by Cyprian Malinowski

Noriko & Riko by Teerayut Jarungrungruangchai


Cùi Bắp! (Sucker) by Lee Huynh

Slam night! 30 aprile fronte by Megrpx

no one ever won this game by kid grandios


Musikaliska Concert Hall: Farinelli by APW

Bubbles Pet Cologne: Dog by Grey

Amnesty International: Fight with signatures by DDB


Fluid Sports Complex – Athletic Ripples by Studio Symbiosis

High Park Residential Building by rojkind arquitectos


EDWARD by University of Adelaide

PlayStation branded 24-inch 3D Display by Sony




FRESH Add-on by iconeden

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Peter Olexa

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