Posts tagged ‘architecture’

modern underground hall

Underground Architecture

Art is not only above the Earth’s surface … but underneath as well. In our today’s photography showcase, we’re presenting beautiful underground architecture. From traditional and classy style to modern illuminated stations creating unbelievable atmosphere for us passengers. Picking the best ones from all around the World. Enjoy!

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Daily Inspirations no. 241

Daily Inspirations no. 241

We are starting this new showcase at Cruzine with all kinds of photo – from pet portraits by Nick Rudnicki to Scandinavian landscapes by Peter Boel and to photo manipulations by John Lupton. In order to help with inspiration in illustration, we are publishing the works by Jason Raish, Teagan White, Oscar Ramos. We would …

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Simple Perfection of the Cube Architecture

Simple Perfection of the Cube Architecture

Among the vast variety of forms in architecture, simple geometric shapes have always occupied a special place due to the unique combination of features such as simplicity, rationality, and creativity. Cube, one of such simple yet very rich and bright architectural shapes, is featured in the following picture gallery at Cruzine, an online magazine devoted …

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Daily Inspirations no. 240

Daily Inspirations no. 240

There are both similarities and differences between artists and designers in the meaning of people, who create different forms of designs: from web design to home interior designs and to automobile designs. While artists usually create whatever and however they want, driven by their own passion and desires, designers usually have to work in the …

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Daily Inspirations no. 238

Daily Inspirations no. 238

Speaking about inspiration, let us turn to the wisdom and experience of the greatest artists once again. Pablo Picasso once said: “The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web.” Indeed, the sources of …

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Daily Inspirations no. 237

Daily Inspirations no. 237

Watching daily inspirational sets at Cruzine you may feel like coming home: it’s always warm and cozy here and the inspirational gallery is present at all times being actually the very first thing to welcome you to the pages of our online magazine. The set of artful images is something that is usual and stable, …

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modern wooden interior

Interior Designs – through the Legacy to Dreams

We believe that it all started thousands of years ago, when some archaic Homo Sapiens decided that the stone walls of his cave look dull and depressive, so he decorated them with the pictures of animals, friends and family, etc. We believe that was how first interior design was created… Many years have passed since …

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Showing the World Symmetry in Photography

Showing the World Symmetry in Photography

While it is unclear if there is any mystical or magical meaning behind symmetry as a notion, there is definitely strong esthetic value this phenomenon represents in many forms of fine arts, and especially in photography, where finding and capturing symmetry in the world around is one of the most favorite tricks photographers use to …

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Daily Inspirations no. 233

Daily Inspirations no. 233

Inspiration is like a butterfly for an artist – it is bright and beautiful, it is fluttering in the air but it is not that easy to catch it. Inspiration may seem to be a simple thing, some may even question its key role in the creative process; but we know it for sure inspiration …

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Daily Inspirations no. 232

Daily Inspirations no. 232

Do you remember the story of the Winnie the Pooh? One of his absolute wisdoms says: “You never know with these bees…” Somehow similar situation can be observed around the phenomenon of inspiration. If you a man or a woman of art, you never know where the inspiration comes from next time: a cup of …

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