Daily Inspirations no. 225

There has never been a limit in regard of human imagination and artists’ creativity. This statement seems especially true today, when tons of new tools, techniques, and opportunities have become available for all the creative persons. By the way, in order to become an artist or a designer, you do not need any certificate or diploma any more – just a desire to create something unique and, of course, a bit of talent to do that. We are here just to show you some of the possible way to realize your own creative potential. And it does not matter whether you are going to make portraits of people like Andrea D’Aquino, animals like Alan Shapiro, or old houses like Anna Pozarycka, or you will create some interesting font designs, or draw some digital illustrations – the world of visual design is waiting for you, and if it is a bit of inspiration you are in need, Cruzine magazine will gladly help you with this.


Photo by Alan Shapiro

Photo by Andrea D’Aquino

Photo by Tim Laman

Photo by Martin Schoeller

Town View by Jonathan May

Landscapes by Adam Sebastian West

SQUARES by Anna Pozarycka

Decay by Paula Bailey


Timberland New Market Illustration by Adam Haynes

canvas & wood by fine kohl

Hot Fuzz by Sam Gilbey

Frets Identity by LEAF

inkyonk by cisco ksl

Good Luck by Anna Rusakova

3d Arts

Sin toys (Fontomass project) by HandMadeFont

Art and Digital Art

COLLAGE DIGITAL 2010 by Luis Toledo

Junkies . 2 by Przemek Blejzyk

/10 by K. Valerio

Lonely Houses (oil/canvas) by Andreas M. Wiese

Art and Urban Development by Autobahn


FN_RE_EVO by Ismael Fino

Other activity by Ruben de Haas

Typography by Joanna Muñoz


Curaprox: Heart Bite by Jandl

Motor Accident Commission of South Australia: Mule by Clemenger BBDO

Hong Kong International Airport: Art in Airport, 1 by Euro RSCG


Lilium Sofa and Chair by Victor Boëda

The 2010 Collection by BoConcept


HALE-D by Lockheed Martin

LEAF by Nissan




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Peter Olexa

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