Posts tagged ‘architecture’

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Daily Inspirations no. 21

Finally it’s Friday, the last working day of the week for many of us. It is still working time, but it is also the day when we start making plans for the approaching weekend. The thoughts about the possibilities and ideas for the future make it easier for us to fulfill our duties and we …

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Daily Inspirations no. 19

Trying to distract you from gloomy and depressing autumn weather, the team of Cruzine have made their best to collect the most interesting, vivid, and emotions evoking images. We genuinely hope this selection will ensure that your inspiration level raises to its maximum and consequently motivates you to create your own impressive works. No matter …

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Daily Inspirations no. 18

Just like viewing at a nicely-cooked dish engenders appetite, so looking at some interesting designs brings inspiration to a creative mind. How about checking the validity of this statement? We’ll show you the sequence of 33 pictures that are inspirational, at least, from our point of view (photographs, illustrations, digital art works, etc), and you …

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Daily Inspirations no. 17

Inspiration and talent often walk side by side, supplementing each other and allowing an artist or a designer to create art works. It is inspiration that awakens and arouses one’s imagination and image thinking. However, while talent is what one gets at birth, inspiration is not given to people “by default” once and forever. That …

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Daily Inspirations no. 16

He is a fool who thinks that contemplating somebody’s work is a waste of time and basically a passive process. Neither will he be right believing that works created by other people can give only aesthetic satisfaction. We are deeply convinced that observing somebody’s creations is actually a very lively and hectic activity, which results …

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Daily Inspirations no. 15

Our inspirational ideas for all the Cruzine visitors are diverse, surprising, and unexpected as ever. Some of them make you laugh, others shock; some works are romantic, while some others may even be hard to understand… An undeniable fact is that every single picture out of all those we have scrupulously collected for you affects …

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33 Daily Inspirations no. 14

“If you only do what you know you can do – you never do very much”. Trying to follow this Tom Krause’s wise thought, why don’t we try to do something beyond the scope of our ordinary activities? For designers and artists this may mean experiments with new illustration techniques, new shapes, colors, and textures. …

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33 Daily Inspirations no. 11

Hello to all the cruziners, who decided to spend some Sunday time reading new posts at Cruzine. Today, as on every other day, we have prepared a new portion of inspirational stuff for you. From cutlery to Eifel Towel art photography, and from weird sport characters illustrations to robots 3D graphics – there are many …

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33 Daily Inspirations no. 10

Invention is 1% of inspiration and 99% of perspiration. This equation may suit well for scientific inventions and technological discoveries, but not for art masterpieces, where inspiration values much more than a single percent. Actually, while working on some creative project, a bright idea, emerging all of a sudden in the artist’s mind, can predispose …

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33 Daily Inspirations nr. 8

“Inspiration exists, but it has to find us working”. With these words Pablo Picasso expressed his attitude towards inspiration and its role in art-related activity. Obviously, it means that one can never find inspiration, until he starts working on the project. We completely agree with the great Master, though we would dare suggest that plunging …

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