Daily Inspirations no. 226

If the Holy Grail as an inexhaustible source of inspiration, enthusiasm and ideas exist in art, then it is Nature itself, for it is the Nature that inspired artists since the times immemorial and it is the Nature that continues to supply artists of all kinds with the fresh resources and inspiration for their work. You may have seen thousands of photographs, featuring landscapes, old towns, wild nature, or human beauty before, but the popularity of such themes never fades away. With every new work you are likely to enjoy the uniqueness of the moment, captured or painted by the artists, and for this very purpose Cruzine magazine publishes its daily sets, containing 33 design works, representing different spheres of art.


Photo by Martin Schoeller

Photo by Stefano Pedroni

Photo by konovalov

Photo by Stodolyad

Photo by John&Fish

Photo by Marc Adamus

Photo by marecek

Photo by Tovariw_Kot


Artwork by Anja Van Herle

Artwork by Ricardo Fumanal

Artwork by TortilloN

Artwork by Greg Abbott

Psychedelic Celebs by Carty Sewill

Illustrations by Artur Sadlos

3d Arts

Sin toys (Fontomass project) by HandMadeFont

Art and Digital Art

Artwork by Lyubomir Kolarov

MONAUX by Karl Kwasny

Artwork by SIT

2010 Color Paintings by Camilla d’Errico

Paintings by Dan May


Typography by Joanna Muñoz

S is for Salty by Nick D’Amico

The Greater Good Home Paper by Theodore Mauseth


Condor Sneaker Cleaner: Faint by OpusMúltipla

Febreze: Fish by Grey

Volunteer Wildfire Services: Match Baboon by Saatchi & Saatchi


Cienna Ultralounge by Bluarch Architecture + Interiors

The DMH Residence by Mim Design


Tea-time tea steeper by Pengtao Yu

Ghost by BMW


Pattern 8


Illacrimo WordPress Theme by designdisease

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Gulp. The world’s largest stop-motion animation shot on a Nokia N8. by Nokia HD


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Peter Olexa

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