Would you agree if we say that the true source of inspiration can be found even in the most usual and trivial things that surround us? A tiny rain drop, reflecting the huge universe with its splendid mix of colors and shapes, or a group of clouds, dancing in the sky and forming elaborate sceneries and patterns – there are really lots of sources of inspiration in the world around. However, once a rain drop dries out or clouds escape from the dome of the sky, do not hesitate to direct your browser to Cruzine.com, where you will always find a source of inspiration for your daily design or art works.
Redemption by Mario Wibisono
Ooh la la! by Andrew Hickinbottom
Bugatti 16 C Galibier Edition by Bugatti
The second long awaited iPad wallpaper from Minibook Wallpapers is online! Grab it now for free from http://mwalls.lightform.gr
Reminding me somewhat of a dead rat found in a river, or perhaps a teen angst poem about the same.
Rat Earrings by Martynas are 3D printed in stainless steel or silver by Shapeways.
Jeffrey is a Melbourne, Australia Based Illustrator/Comic Artist
Via Cuded (Click here for more)
Since 1998, the french artist named SLip has been creating is own world of collage, full of non sens and irony, where it becomes easy to loose your head!
Exhibition “Nouvelle Vague” still on here!!!
SF Tattle Tales Condensed Italic font
TF2 Secondary font
More free fonts!
Belgian artist Fred Eerdekens creates incredible shadow sculptures. When light filters through them, hidden messages are unveiled through bent wires, cotton clouds, cardboard boxes, and even, living plants.
More pics at My Modern Met.
Mardi Gras Diva – Redux 1 by Nicole West
Wormwood – Painted by Jamie D. Macfarlane
Rocky Painted 4 by Team4D
More modern sculptures!
This is not a model kit, this is a life-size dinghy made by Swedish artist Michael Johansson for the exhibition Besökarna.
Here are the limited edition Black Swan Prints released by FOX today,
I havent found out who created them, but they are amazing.
Similar film prints available from here:
Images created by British photographer Matthew Paul Gray.
Walnut dresser UGH
When it comes to furniture walnut is one of my most favorite wood materials. It doesn’t only work well with brass, stateliness steel or chrome but it can work on its own. Rich, dark walnut color and very characteristic retro wood-grain makes walnut the most common choice in modern interior today and this dresser is noacception. Selling for $2900, large modern / contemporary 60″L x 20″D x 28″H 6 drawer walnut dresser
, custom designed and made from combination of solid walnut wood and veneered plywood to fit an existing modern Toronto interior.