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Provocative paintings by Wagner Willian

He is the trumpeter from the next apartment. In 1998 Wagner began fighting with the painting. He taught himself the art of subversion and has so far resisted painting meat, beastly women and carving their false Buddha’s. Wagner currently lives in São Paulo, in a bunker where he has problems with rats and spirits. where nevertheless he points out that art is style and style is to risk until the last round.


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Fred Daubal Conceptual Photography: Playing Hide and Seek

The following unsettling art project may seem rather playful and unpretentious at first, yet this is actually a great series on a serious issue. Being made by a well-known French artist and photographer with a graphic design background – Frederique Daubal – and entitled ‘Hide and Seek’, this photographic series quite probably touches the issue of human integration in the community. Being formally pages from fashion magazines, Frederique cut these facial renditions into tiny vertical strips and made them into masks resembling Muslim niqabs. So the featured characters wear a bit unnerving veils and with all that they bring up the philosophical question of visual identity and perception. Overall, this photo series doesn’t feel any forced and uninspired, quite the contrary – with rather haunting and thought-provoking images it simply leaves us pondering what is there behind these masks, what are the stories hidden within those visages. That’s conceptually creative, indeed.


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Daily Inspirations no. 150

There is no time to feel bad in spring. In fact, this season itself can even treat some minor conditions, as for example, moodiness and blues. The beauty of the awakening nature and the art of life (that is right, we can positively state that life is nothing but the form of art invented by some artist of genius) are also the powerful ways to get rid of some unhealthy symptoms. It would be fair to say that Cruzine magazine has its own methods of treatment of minor seasonal depression, anxiety, obsessions, phobias, and also such delicate condition as a broken heart. We usually prescribe the daily courses of such natural therapies as photography, illustrations, digital and 3D arts, architecture and advertising challenges, typography and technology treatments. Our motto can be “Curing with Inspiration!” and the most important benefits of our treatment methods are raising of the spirits, boosting the energy and vitality, and the increase of creative powers. Oh, and by the way, these treatments have no side effects!

Cat with Mouse by Andy Runyon

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Stunning Images of Black & White Photography

Photography is the art or process of producing images of objects on photosensitive surfaces. Black and White photography continued to dominate for decades, due to its lower cost and its “classic” photographic look, even after color film was readily available. Composition, light/shadow, texture and tonal qualities all become more obvious and important when color is absent. Here i have a mind blowing showcase of black and white photography for your inspiration. Enjoy the post and share your comments with us.


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Z.L. Feng Watercolor Landscapes

Z.L. Feng grew up in Shanghai and began painting at the young age of seven. After experimenting with all kinds of different mediums, he finally settled on a favorite – watercolor. The artist always revered the medium because of its level of difficulty. “With watercolor you cannot cover your mistakes, so you must know what you are doing,” he says.


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Live Music Shows – Powerful Energy Exchange

The powerful charge of energy, the mighty blast of emotions, genuine mutual understanding – all these are to describe live music shows. They gather thousands of people at one place – younger and older, male and female, black and white, sociable and introverts, happy and troubled, richer and poorer. And the best part about it is that all of them are always gathered there for purely peaceful reasons. They become one. They start to think and feel similarly. Positively. The power of music and the passion of musicians make the cement, which unites the opposites and settles the differences.

N.E.R.D. __IMMERSION by 5ive

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Beautiful illustrations by Diego Fernandez

Digital artist, art director and illustrator Diego Fernandez from Argentina. Check out his illustrations portfolio.


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Creative Package Design Ideas

Our package design ideas today varies a lot by different products and creative concepts based on the above factors. I hope you will enjoy these!


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Absolut Vodka limited bottles

Swedish Absolut Vodka is well known premium Vodka brand all around the World. For all you Vodka drinkers we’re bringing a collection of hot Absolut Vodka design bottles. Enjoy!


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65 photographs of concerned about the future of the children

Cruzine team collected a large number of talented photographers’ pictures of children, these photos do everything to show us the throughout the world and reflects all the emotions in the eyes of the children . We really hope this show can inspire you do at all costsg to read the children happiness rather than sadness in his face on the planet.


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DAILY INSPIRATIONS FOR DYT #84

Sunday cre­ative design and art inspi­ra­tions for all DYT readers :)

Cars And Shoes 003 by Jens Lucking

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Wild animals

A life-long Nebraskan, Joel Sartore brings a sense of humor and a mid-western work ethic to all of his National Geographic Magazine assignments. Two decades with the National Geographic Society have allowed him to cover everything from the remote Amazon rain forest to beer-drinking, mountain-racing firefighters in the United Kingdom. Joel is committed to conservation, especially in the Great Plains where he has lived his whole life. In his time with National Geographic, he has focused on endangered species and land use issues. He is co-founder of the Grassland Foundation, and a founding member of the International League of Conservation Photographers.


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Fashion photography with style

I am a perfectionist. When I take a picture…it’s gotta be good – Weegee


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When Simplicity is not too Much…

Simplicity is the sister of talent. The simplest things are often the truest. Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not one bit smaller. Actually, there are hundreds of wise sayings about simplicity and its value in art. For example, another one says, “In mathematics the complicated things are reduced to simple things and so it is in painting.” Maybe that is the clue why logo designers often use simple geometric shapes in order to make the logos simpler yet more impressive and meaningful. Have a look at the collection of logo designs, featuring basic geometric shapes, such as lines, squares, circles, rhombs, triangles, etc. Even without words, these graphical formations are capable of carrying the certain meaning, create the particular emotional mood, and become that tiny yet irreplaceable element of the entire marketing strategy or concept.

Battery by helvetic brands

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David Brian’s Flowers

Simply delight the soul! What a beautiful! I unfortunately do not see where to add your sympathy, but long ago I want to do it and am going to do. From me – you. I hope you will enjoy in these wonderful flower photos. So, take a look, enjoy, and let m know did you like it!


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