I’ve been interested in Art ever since I realised I got more attention from drawing with a pencil, rather than using it to poke my younger brother.
Monday creative design and art inspirations for all DYT readers :)
Spray Paint Composition by Pamela Cook Continue reading “DAILY INSPIRATIONS FOR DYT #79” »
Continue reading “DAILY INSPIRATIONS FOR DYT #79” »
Beautiful dogs photography by Sharon Montrose. Here is our showcase from her portfolio. Enjoy ;)
This project is based on the concept of artificial generative architecture.Imagine a future where humanity is extinct due to wars and destruction of the ecology but somehow artificial forms of architecture begin to emerge and create a sustainable protected form of architectural matter where the occupant is no one. A way of nature and technology highlighting in a sarcastic way the overutilisation of their resources.
As scientists say, there are about 19 different types of smiles… In other words, people smile in different way depending on the particular situation; for example, a smile can be polite, happy, understanding, lenient, etc. Let’s try to check this theory. Have a look at the pictures below and try to distinguish different types of smiles, captured by photographers… Honestly speaking, while compiling this gallery we could not define the particular type of every smile. The only decision we made is that all these smiles are real, not fake. Sincerity, expressed by human lips and enforced by eyes, is impossible to falsify. By the way, it is also a scientific fact that people have the ability to distinguish between real and false smiles intuitively.
Mr. Smiley by Charles-Etienne Pascal Continue reading “Smiling – Be Careful, It’s Contagious!” »
Continue reading “Smiling – Be Careful, It’s Contagious!” »
My name is Ken Jatho and I am from Munich,Germany. I am 17 years old and one of my favourite activities is Graphic Design. It began as a hobby but in the last years I developped my skills in several workshops and studies. Today my main ambition is to show creativity with my artworks,as to photomanipulation, illustration and 3D design. Enjoy it!
Sad but true that multiple geniuses of creative arts find it easier to work and create real masterpieces if doomed and depressed. Cruzine team would do whatever it takes to make these things change. That’s exactly the reason why we work hard every single day to compile the inspirational sets of images for the artists to be able to meet their Muses while keeping their spirits high and positive. The world is in constant progress, and we sincerely hope, we would like to believe that it’s now time to leave such means of inspiration as depression in the past and utilize newer techniques and methods, as experience, pleasure, and happiness to make art. So just be happy and you’ll be inspired with no need to burn out not to fade away.
Doll, Dull, Old by Antonia Yordanova Continue reading “Daily Inspirations no. 140” »
Continue reading “Daily Inspirations no. 140” »
Malaysia is one of the most famous countries you would find in Asia because of its uniqueness and different highlighted places. It is situated in the east part of Asia and has the most exotic locations and places that you could see and find yourself indulged in; not only you would have plenty of exquisite beaches to explore on the east and west coast of Malaysia but you would be readily experiencing a rich culture as well. The best thing about being in Malaysia is experiencing several different things that are outstanding and an example in their own; you wouldn’t find such items anywhere in the entire world.
In this post I have compiled some best and brilliant photographs which received more than 50,000 of visitors and impressions. Share this article with your friends and drop some comments.
Interesting detailed animal and insect photography. Enjoy!
Lennette Newell is a successful commercial photographer specializing in the lifestyle of animals and people. Accolades include: 2010 Masters Cup, Outstanding Achievement Wildlife, Graphis Gold for an outtake from the Milk-Bone print campaign. Her “Zoom Dawg” image for Nintendo is featured in the 2010 PDN photo Annual. Other recent awards include American Photography 26, International Photography Awards, Black & White Spider Awards, and being a finalist in the prestigious Hasselblad Masters Competition 2010. Her client list includes Procter & Gamble, Del Monte Foods, Clorox, Ubisoft, Novartis, Leap Frog, Purina, Merial, Wal*Mart, Worldwise, Kids Can Press and Wild Planet. Ms. Newell grew up on the high plains of Western Nebraska and now lives in the East Bay hills near San Francisco.
Interesting photography showcase by Jwilly from Austin, New York.
Photographer Marco Craig lives and works in Milan, Italy. Mark works in the genres of advertising and fashion photography.
Stephen Frink is among the world’s most frequently published UW photographers, and is a Canon EXPLORER OF LIGHT, the only marine specialist within this very elite group of photographers. He is also the publisher of a beautiful new quarterly magazine for the Divers Alert Network, ALERT DIVER. Previously, his editorial work appeared in SCUBA DIVING as Director of Photography, and as a contributing photographer for SKIN DIVER magazine for 17-years. Frink has authored a coffee table book entitled WONDERS OF THE REEF, and teaches Masters level courses of Stephen Frink School of Underwater Digital Imaging in his home waters of Key Largo, Florida.
Frank Owen Gehry, is a Canadian American Pritzker Prize-winning architect based in Los Angeles, California. His buildings, including his private residence, have become tourist attractions. His works are often cited as being among the most important works of contemporary architecture in the 2010 World Architecture Survey, which led Vanity Fair to label him as “the most important architect of our age”. Gehry’s best-known works include the titanium-covered Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain; MIT Stata Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts; Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles; Experience Music Project in Seattle; Weisman Art Museum in Minneapolis; Dancing House in Prague; the Vitra Design Museum and MARTa Museum in Germany; the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto and the Cinémathèque française in Paris. But it was his private residence in Santa Monica, California, which jump-started his career, lifting it from the status of “paper architecture” – a phenomenon that many famous architects have experienced in their formative decades through experimentation almost exclusively on paper before receiving their first major commission in later years.