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Exciting Shadow Photography

Shadow photography is a very capricious kind of photo art because it can create fascinating shots or easily spoil them completely.

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Portraits of the Lost World – Table Mountains of Venezuela

Needless to say, that the Nature is the greatest and the most genius artist ever known at the planet Earth. Throughout millions of years Nature has been created its masterpieces using Earth surface as the canvas and winds, water, and sun lights as the instruments. Grand mountains, eroded in a fancy way, deep canyons, unreachable caves, virgin forests and underground lakes – we would mostly associate all of these with the sceneries of some lost worlds. However, the word “lost” is very relative here. Instead of being modified by human civilization beyond recognition, these places managed to save their true faces, being touched only by the natural processes.

Mount Kukenán, Venezuela by Gunther Wegner

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Digital artworks by Mateusz Sypien

Digimental is the freelance name of Mateusz Sypien, Art / Creative Director & Designer. Matt was born in Krakow, Poland and currently resides in London, United Kingdom. Matt has evolved his interest and passion for all things creative from a hobby into a career. Passionate about digital media as well as Film/TV production he started his degree in BSc Media Technology and Production at University of Bradford in September 2008. Matt unleashes his creativity across a variety of media, techniques and design disciplines including: Illustration and digital imaging, web design, print & packaging, papercrafts, film and television production.

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Unusually Beautiful Nature Pictures

One of the most beautiful natural photography set.

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Last Communist Countries – Existence after the Dusk

Communism as the idea of building the ideal society with no classes, with common ownership of all the production means, and free access of any citizen to any type of article of consumption first emerged at the end of the 19th century and reached its apogee in the middle of the 20th century after the victory of the Soviet Union in the World War II. By early 80th of the previous century communism has already come to decline and with the 1991 breakdown of the Soviet Union, the largest bulwark of communism in the world, historians declared the collapse of the communist ideology. However, there are still countries in the world following the ideas, proclaimed by Karl Marx and further developed by Vladimir Lenin.

Exit havana exit cuba by Ephraim Muller

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Wonderful Photographic Works of Animals

In this article, we collected many outstanding photographic works of animals,I hope it can give you some inspirations.

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Colorful Examples of Vector-based Artworks

If you search the internet for a while, you will come to know that vector art or vector images are the most wanted inspirational collection on the net. Designers all over the world are trying to create unique styles by incorporating new and unique ideas. Designer community is willing to bring available freebies into play that can assist their designs to turn out to be more attractive and fine-looking.

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Beautiful Photography by Rebeca Saray Gude

A few days ago I came across this amazing portfolio and decided to share it here… Today I have a post with beautiful photographs made by Rebeca Saray, photographer and digital artist living in Madrid, Spain.

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Funny 3D Images

Do you remember when the last you laughed your heart out was? Chances are, you do as such moments are so rare that you can count ‘em on your fingertips. Blame it on technology, hectic work schedule or whatever you may, the fact remains that we the human beings are losing touch with one of the most priceless largess we ever possessed- the laughter. So, spare a thought, and some time to sneak a peep at the funny visuals that we have for you. Keep laughing!

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Daily Inspirations no. 166

We are all living in the time of the 3D craze. Indeed, more and more arts are moving to three-dimensional format. Practically all of the latest films are demonstrated in 3D format only. Here, at Cruzine, we also have examples of 3D art, regularly displayed in our daily inspirational sets, like this one below. However, 3D is hardly self-sufficient – many other types of art, including illustration, painting, photography, and even font design contribute to the existence and success of the 3D effect. Today, technology and art seem to work hard in order to erase the visible difference between the real world and a man-created virtual environment. Eventually, they will definitely achieve the goal…

T-Mobile: Talking Heads, Freckles by Y&R

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Beautiful and funny illustrations

I work with the largest agencies all over the world, develop characters and draw illustrations.

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Daily Inspirations no. 165

Every day we start a new web search for fresh ideas, cool designs, interesting information, attractive styles, and useful websites to share with our readers and thus provide them with a new daily portion of inspiration from Cruzine. It may seem that browsing hundreds of photos, pictures, logos, advertising posters, and fantastic architecture designs on a daily basis may eventually turn into a dull and monotonous activity. But, nope! Every day we find something that really attracts the eye and touches the heart. The diversity and richness of the visual art is so incredibly boundless! This ocean of art is ready to inspire us constantly, so why don’t you take the opportunity and join us here.

no. 6 by Richard Perez

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Pleghm – Street Art

A painting in the street becomes part of the cities architecture, influenced by what’s around it rather than being some awkward canvas in an art gallery.

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Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is a steep-sided canyon carved by the Colorado River in the United States in the state of Arizona. It is largely contained within the Grand Canyon National Park, one of the first national parks in the United States.The Grand Canyon is 277 miles (446 km) long, up to 18 miles (29 km) wide and attains a depth of over a mile (6,000 feet / 1,800 metres). Nearly two billion years of the Earth’s geological history have been exposed as the Colorado River and its tributaries cut their channels through layer after layer of rock while the Colorado Plateau was uplifted. While the specific geologic processes and timing that formed the Grand Canyon are the subject of debate by geologists, recent evidence suggests the Colorado River established its course through the canyon at least 17 million years ago. Since that time, the Colorado River continued to erode and form the canyon to its present-day configuration.

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Babes and Shapes

Clean and spontaneous mix of shapes and beauty. Tomasz Kartasinski aka Wagner, is an Art Director based in Warsaw, Poland.

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