A dead tree, a lone rock, a crumbling chimney where a house once stood. Photographer Joni Sternbach captures the beauty in the dying and the decrepit in her haunting series Abandoned. See more and read an interview with Sternbach at My Modern Metropolis.
Street artist Michael Aaron Williams purposely puts up his homeless street people in places where others will find them. He doesn’t glue them up, rather, he simply tapes them to the walls so that anyone who passes by might want to stop, take them off the wall, and bring them home. See more and read an interview with the artist at My Modern Metropolis.
Vive la Fête by Manuel Nogueira, film, pictures and more info here.
Uniqueness has always been appreciated, amazing, attractive and, in some sort, awkward for the eyes of the passersby. People could gaze at such creations with widely opened eyes, visitors would come from far away at least once in their lifetime just to see such strange and, at the same time, great masterpieces, and those, who love art, would always adore it. The complicated, strange yet distinctive pieces of architecture combined into one big creation would attract a lot of people of different age, profession or education level.
The December 2010 issue of FAN THE FIRE Magazine is out now featuring Poor Spirits and Warpaint, Delta Spirit, Daft Punk and My Chemical Romance album reviews, Tintin and Conan 3-D previews, interviews with the directors of Smash His Camera and Two Gates Of Sleep, feature on the 2010 BFI London Film Festival, Harry Potter 7, The Next Three Days and Rare Exports reviews, art by Rebecca Marino and Julien Pacaud and style by Nick Suarez and Sara Coe, plus much more.
If you’re a professional looking to find fulfillment outside of the daily grind, you now have a whole host of websites to help you develop your creative side. These sites will not only inspire you with their visually intoxicating imagery, they’ll often provide real-world tips on how you can actually execute on ideas. See all ten at My Life Scoop.
As part of your preparations for the start of the new working week, we are offering a new portion of inspirational art works here, as usual. Today, we are going to present animal photographs by Nikolai Zinoviev, landscapes by Martin Zalba and Mark Boyle, and art photography by Christoph Martin Schmid. Furthermore, 3D illustrations and cartoon characters are also included into this set of inspirations, and so are the architecture designs, technology news, motion pictures, and some freebies. Finally, here is wisdom about inspiration: “When you do not know what you are doing, and what you are doing is the best – that is the Inspiration”.
Michal Tarka is a illustrator and graphic designer from Radom, Poland. Do you wants more? Check it out.
Among their major awards, the following stand out: III Buenos Aires International Bienale of Architecture Prize, several Real Estate Master Prizes, a number of awards from the Brasilian Institute of Architects and from the International Real Estate Federation.
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