What can be more inspiring for a creative soul than the lights of the big city at night or tranquilizing natural sceneries of the sky-touching mountain tops or valleys with rivers, carrying their waters from the high mountains to the oceans and seas? Actually, it is true that there are two types of the sources of inspiration: first is natural, such as the nature itself, forests, lakes, or clouds, for example, and the second is man-made sources of inspiration: for example, existing fine art masterpieces, paintings, art photographs, even particular emotions and deeds can inspire us and kindle our imagination. In its daily inspirational sets Cruzine tries to combine both types of inspiration sources, offering all kinds of visual works from traditional photography to conceptual architecture. We sincerely believe that among such a diversity of the modern digital art works, every reader of our magazine will find his personal inspiration…
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Kim Høltermand is a freelance architectural and landscape photographer from Denmark. When he’s not out taking moody epic photographs of architecture, Kim works as a fingerprints expert in The Crime Scene Unit of The Danish National Police.
Italian practice Iosa Ghini associati has sent us images of their latest project ‘IBM software executive briefing center’. Located in Rome, the corporate office has been entirely renovated and significantly expanded in its area. Housed within a larger complex which contains the international innovation lab, the design aims to provide all of the tools necessary to explore IBM’s technology in one experiential environment.
All of us have been traditionally taught to perceive photography, painting, or architecture as the authentic types of the art; but what about other forms of creative process, such as font design or typography, home design, digital illustrations, or even advertising graphics? Though these kinds of creative activities have distinct component of the rational application, the art constituent is still not to be neglected. Have a look at the examples of typography works, or advertising posters, or the latest concept car from McLaren, and you’ll see that art is much broader notion that we may expect it to be. It has already left the walls of the art galleries and museums and has penetrated into many, if not all, spheres of the human life. Today it is no longer necessary to visit art gallery “to touch” the fine art, it is well enough just to look around and you’ll notice many examples of humans’ creations, which can be categorized as art.
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Furnishing’s Ultimate Luxury Brand Reflecting french’s standards of style and elegance, our designs take inspiration from the poise and glamour of parisian chic. The philosophy is simple: design should pay homage to the past, while embracing the future. It should take on a new sensibility, a bold approach. The maison Ventury Paris is a new and distinctive creator of exclusive luxury furnitures and accessories. Ventury Paris will redifine luxury through the high parisian standards in design and material. Ventury’s seal of approval marks every piece of its furniture line. Its commitment to quality and its partnership with best french craftsmasters ensure signature designs graced by the highest-quality, most breathtaking materials. ” We have built the furnitures to be extraordinary.
Marrying old with a modern aesthetic, a barn that previous owners had bought and deconstructed, has been moved from Canada to Connecticut, and then converted into a residence. This picturesque historic barn is located on an expansive estate in rural Connecticut, receiving a top to bottom renovation by New York based architecture firm Russell Groves, to provide the necessary modern amenities.
Ability to manipulate and transform reality – this is one of the most prominent and amazing features of the modern photography art. Today photographers want to experiment with art; though traditional portraying will never pass away, it no longer meets all the expectations and needs of the both parties – artists and the audience. That is why modern artists are in constant search for new approaches, techniques, and ways to manipulate raw images they receive with their cameras. More and more often a photographic image is perceived as the intermediate raw material for further processing rather than an end product of the art process. Inspiration is essential for such acts of creativeness and imagination, and Cruzine does its best to provide you with more and more sources of art inspiration.
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