“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. Cruzine is always ready to assist designers in their creative experiments and explorations. With the set of inspirational works below we hope to help you overcome some inner limitations and blocks and show the possible ways of applying your own imagination and skills at their maximum. As always, in this daily inspiration set we tried to cover as many fields of design industry as possible – from photography to 3D illustrations and to digital art, architecture, typography, and motion picture.
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The proposed golf academy is designated to be a landmark development that will introduce golf to Luzhniki Olympic Complex – Europe’s largest sports centre, which was the venue of the 1980 Olympics and 2008 Champions League Final between Manchester United and Chelsea. The Russian sport facilities complex has facilities to host more than 40 different sports with five million visits per year.
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This year they have talent from Berlin, London and the San Francisco speaking and teaching you their skills. This show is all about typography :)
We hope you like the line up, the exhibition is the biggest ones so far it includes every great person in illustrative typography you can think and our friend Berto Legendary H was invited to be apart of the show.
Have fun checking out the programme! The show is on Nov. 11th, 2011 in Amsterdam, Holland
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“Teiji Hayama’s paintings join together western and Japanese influences, combining different art historical periods varying from Christian art, Greek mythology to contemporary Japanese pop culture and Ukiyo-E.”
More at inkbutter.com.
Amazing Marquis Bench designed and crafted by Chad Jensen is a blend of art and design.
Kukula was born in a relatively isolated village about an hour north of Tel Aviv. Her few neighbors were mostly retirees, many of them Holocaust survivors. As a result her childhood imagination was nourished by equal parts princess fantasies and World War II horror stories. Thus the attempt to reconcile real life horror with fantasy life sweetness emerges as an almost constant theme in her work.