Iceland is volcanically and geologically active. The interior mainly consists of a plateau characterised by sand fields, mountains and glaciers, while many glacial rivers flow to the sea through the lowlands. Let’s take a look at some breathtaking photography.
Brian Skerry is a photojournalist specializing in underwater and marine-related subjects and stories. Since 1998 Skerry has been a contributing photographer for National Geographic magazine, covering a wide range of assignments. Skerry’s ability to pursue subjects of great diversity is unique within the field of underwater photography. His focus includes nearly everything in the sea, from whales, billfish, tuna, and sharks to fleets of deep-water shipwrecks worldwide. While on assignment, he has lived on the bottom of the sea, spent months aboard fishing boats, and traveled in everything from snowmobiles to canoes to helicopters to get the picture. He spends months at a time in the field, and in the course of any given year frequently finds himself in environments of extreme contrast from tropical coral reefs to diving beneath Arctic ice. Among his feature stories for National Geographic are “Deep Science,” “Beneath Irish Isles,” “An Eden For Sharks,” “Squid: Beautiful and Beastly,” and two cover stories, “Harp Seals: The Hunt For Balance” and “Still Waters: The Global Fish Crisis.”
Spring is often said to bring the new life to the nature: the bare ground acquires a new blanket of young grass shoots, the pointed branches of the trees become fluffy with new leaves; birds return from the hot countries and start singing again… Looks like we also need to be renovated in a way – perhaps, we need some new clothes; maybe we need some new lifestyle; sometimes, we feel like changing our activities; and many of us need the new way of thinking and new fresh ideas. This is where Cruzine can be of great help. We know everything about ideas, we collect them, we pick up the freshest and let them inspire you. Welcome to our today inspirational set of daring and unglossed, fresh and unique images by the modern talented photographers, designers, and artists!
WWF Bluefin Tuna overfishing: Panda by Ogilvy Continue reading “Daily Inspirations no. 138” »
Continue reading “Daily Inspirations no. 138” »
Amazing sport advertisment artworks and photo manipulations. Hope you’ll find your favorite here ;)
Typography was initially developed to better serve the purpose of improving the visual perception of a printed text and thus delivering textual content to the readers more effectively. The art component has always been present in typography, especially at the dawn of its development. Take a look at any ancient book and you’ll see how artfully every glyph was drawn and how richly the text was decorated. Later with the development of mass printing, font designers concentrated more on the practical characteristics of a text rather than on its artistic values. However, today, with the rapid and active development of digital typography and its popularization among visual designers, typeface creators are again ready to fascinate and impress us with the font designs, which clearly belong to art.
Workshop : letraria2 : curitiba by Dado Queiroz Continue reading “Typography in the Art or Art in the Typography?” »
Continue reading “Typography in the Art or Art in the Typography?” »
Coca-Cola was the kind of brand that always inspired artists all around the World. When speaking about that, check these limited bottles below … pretty cool, isn’t it?
Design industry is so diversified today, that even the word itself is often understood differently by different people. For someone – design is, first of all, an art of clothes modeling, for others design is associated with web design and graphics. There are also people, who perceive design as the art of architecture, vehicle design, or even typography – the art of font designing. Whatever your vision of design is, be ensured that here at Cruzine you will be understood and offered with multiple examples of inspiring design samples of your favorite kind. Daily inspirational collections from Cruzine, such as the one below, are devoted to all the different kinds of design: from web illustrations to video art, and from photography to architecture design. Besides, every day we include something of practical use to help a designer in his daily work – for example, today you will find here a set of free chaotic textures for your Photoshop projects.
Top Dog by Tobias Hellstrom Continue reading “Daily Inspirations no. 137” »
Continue reading “Daily Inspirations no. 137” »
Two popular dog breeds originating in icy regions of the planet are admired in Brazil and known worldwide for its strength and beauty. The Malamute and Siberian Husky originated in Siberia and Alaska and are perfect for work in the snow like huskies. With long hairs look similar to wolves, the two races are considered as domestic but they are better living in low temperatures for which their bodies are perfectly adapted.
Photographers are always searching for resources and places where they can take great shots and find ideas for new photographs. While the city can provide many Photography ideas, the wildlife reserves its place as the most inspiring environment where photographers can find a lot of topics for their Photography projects. The Wildlife Photography can include Photo shots for forests, plants and animals.
They say the best wine comes out of an old vessel. Following this ancient wisdom, we can now say that the best achievements in modern typography or font design come out of the old school fonts, which created a reliable background for the formation and further development of typography aesthetics. However, speaking about old school fonts, it is important not to perceive them as desperately outdated typefaces, which do not fit the current needs of modern designers and illustrators. The variety of old school fonts is able to impress with the richness of choices, which can suit perfectly different types of design projects – from book cover designs to web sites and to post card designs.
Hello, I’m ZSO. (On paper you may also know me as Sara Blake). I’m an illustrator and fine artist living and loving in New York City. ZSO (pronounced |zō|) is a collection of letters that I find aesthetically and phonetically beautiful. Together they make sound much like “so,” the adverb which means “to such a great extent.” I am a person of extremes, for better or worse (most often the latter), so the ring of it was fitting, and the moniker has since stuck for good. I graduated from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study with a concentration in Graphic Art and Postmodern Studies—I’ve been working in design and art direction ever since. With a background in advertising I now work as a freelance illustrator and exhibiting artist.
Actually my previous post “Interesting and creative photographs – Inspiring love story” received high impressions because of the uniqueness and interesting images we shared in the article. I found those interesting images in 500px.com. At that moment this awesome idea strikes my mind, from the day onwards I have searched for popular and interesting photos in 500px,Now I want to share the experience with everyone at this moment.
Photographers often look for the inspiration and objects for their pictures in the most unusual and unexpected places. Some of them try to portray the falling water drops; others do their best to photograph flame or fog. There are also many talented photographers, who direct their skills and efforts towards photographing wild nature and some particular moments of its life, such as hunting, resting, or eating… The latter aspect of animal life is depicted on the photographs, displayed in this showcase at Cruzine.
Fisherman by Gorazd Golob Continue reading “Crucial Moments of the Wild Life” »
Continue reading “Crucial Moments of the Wild Life” »
I decided to take a break from the tutorial roundup scene and take a voyage through the amazing sea of CG artwork spread out across the interwebs. This week I am focusing on some of my favorite CG characters that I’ve discovered along the way, some old, some new… but all absolutely fantastic.
Since a little over 7 years, I’ve been introducing myself as a Creative Generalist to all and sundry to little effect. The term although widely the most appropriate title is yet to be truly understood or fathomed in context with the generation that grows with every advance in technology today. In fact just the other day, I was asked via the newly adopted Facebook Questions how I would define a person who creates content for the print, web and mobile mediums. Answers ranged from Digital Content Designer to New Media Warrior and some old skool and new age funk thrown in for good measure. But the question really is about how this new generation of digital creatives is remaking the way we buy, sell and communicate with the world.