Daily Inspirations no. 209

They say everything has its beginning and its end; but where does the art end? Looking at the works of classic painters it seems that art has always existed; and observing photography, paintings, or illustrations of the contemporary artists it seems that art will always be. The works are so diverse and versatile; the trends change each other; and the audience always expects something new and never seen before. We welcome you to check out our today set of creative arts images and illustrations by Nanohikakou, retro photographs by Ewa Adriana Szumowska, B&W photographs by Eddie O’Bryan, eye catching visuals for advertising, conceptual furniture designs, and much more…

Photography

Lightning Boats by Jamie Betts Photo

Ant by Dusan Beno

Untitled by Daria Krivoruchkina

Photo by Ewa Adriana Szumowska

Photo by Eddie O’Bryan

Photo by Anna Ådén

Photo by Andrey Dagaldyan

Photo by Cristina Otero

The Blessed Fruits of Labour & Toil by Denver Rodrigues

Illustrations

Artwork by Nanohikakou

Artwork by Denis Zilber

Artwork by Tuomas Korpi

Artwork by Tuomas Korpi

Illustrations by Malgorzata Arska

3d Arts

Cartoon by Vision Axis

TDW_1902 – 1920 by Hiroshi Yoshii

Art and Digital Art

New Work by Jonathan May

Metallic Woman by Dmitry Rockstar

Mixed Media by Loic Zimmermann

Planet Caravan by Russ Mills

Typography

Go Mag by jaume osman

Go Mag by CD Typography

Dream On by Anja Emzén

Advertising

Rimac Insurance: Creativity by PragmaDDB

Foundation Against Drug Consumption: Cocaine by DDB

Gatos: Refrigerator by Z

Architecture

Steam Bentwood Chairs by Dohoon Kim

The High Roller and Maya Chairs by Karim Rashid

Technology

800E V12 cabriolet by Brabus

V12 Zagato by Aston Martin

Web

Free Icons Web

Freebies

Page Peel Social Icons – Version 2 by Gopal Raju

Download Icons

Motion

Sayonara by Eric Bates

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