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Funny & Expressive Artwork by a Russian illustrator Valery Barykin

Illustration is one of the most primitive mediums of communication and an ancient genre of art. Artists from ancient times to modern age used this media to let us know today what was happen that time and what is happening now. Illustration art offers artists a certain kind of freedom of expression. From comics to character-making, illustration has its strong impact in the individual as well as commercial designing. For your inspiration today we have gathered very beautiful and expressive digital illustrations of Russian illustrator Valery Barykin. via (Russian Illustrations). He is one of the artist I’d like to see works on the streets, in social advertisement and all over the gov buildings.


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Parkour Gallery – Are You Sure People Don’t Fly?

Efficiency and speed – these are two primary features of parkour – a very specific urban sport discipline, aiming at reaching the destination point in the quickest way possible and overcoming all the obstacles on the way with the help of such skills as running, climbing, jumping, wall scaling, rolling, etc. Parkour is not yet recognized as an official sport discipline… But, who cares? When you look at those guys, running, jumping, falling, and again running along the street, it seems that their art does not need any official recognition, because they do things, which the majority would consider impossible or just above natural capabilities of a human being.

City Surfers by Ken Hermann

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Photographs of animals from different perspectives

The “health” of nature has had a huge impact given by human activities in modern society. We have been to pollute water, land and air continually, while keeping to talk about environmental protection, energy conservation and restoration of nature. Indeed, no people declare openly that he does not like animals. However, how many people really care about animals, or even just paid attention to their environment? Tell the truth, I am afraid that this number will be very small.


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Sunday Illustration Inspiration

The purpose of this series is to inspire you creatives out there for a fresh inspirational start on Monday. Mondays are usually the worst days of the week as you have to get out of your weekend routine, however with some inspiration things could be different. This is the Sunday Illustration Inspiration series, bringing you inspiring illustrations every Sunday. Enjoy the inspiration.


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Sci-Fi Fonts – Fiction, which is Still Science

The genre of science fiction or just “sci-fi” is among the most popular trends in modern literature, cinematography, and… design. Today we want to share with our readers a collection of splendid free sci-fi fonts, which can be used in a diverse range of projects: from designing a web site to preparing a poster for a new sci-fi movie. If you like reading the works by Stanislaw Lem, George Orwell, or Isaac Asimov; if Neo or Optimus Prime are among your favorite movie characters – then you will definitely like the collection of our free sci-fi fonts. By the way, have you ever thought about the difference between sci-fi and fantasy? Actually, it is pretty simple – unlike fantasy, which depicts entirely imaginary worlds, sci-fi stories do have certain scientific backgrounds and their plots and scenarios described may be fairly possible somewhere in the future provided that the humanity will continue enhancing technological and scientific advancements, available today.


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Cool advertisment photography

Check out this great showcase from advertisment photography by talented Clive Stewart. Enjoy ;)


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The Most Incredible Landscapes On Earth

Landscape comprises the visible features of an area of land, including the physical elements of landforms, water bodies such as rivers, lakes and the sea, living elements of land cover including indigenous vegetation, human elements including land uses, buildings and structures, and transitory elements such as lighting and weather conditions.Combining both their physical origins and the cultural overlay of human presence, often created over millennia, landscapes reflect the living synthesis of people and place vital to local and national identity. Landscapes, their character and quality, help define the self image of a region, its sense of place that differentiates it from other regions. It is the dynamic backdrop to people’s lives.


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Daily Inspirations no. 152

Our today inspirational set includes the same categories as usual (photography, architecture, digital art, typography, and so on), but the images represented here are really versatile. They are created by different artists, thus, they reflect various world views, philosophic approaches, and art trends. Skills of the authors, their attentiveness to details, and power of observation allow them to create artpieces, which radiate and show the viewers not only the beauty, but the irony and grotesqueness in the seemingly frightful things, romantics and sensuality of a fleeting moment, quaintness and uncommonness of a situation, grandeur and magnificence of places, and of course, the unrestrained and boundless imagination of the creators. So, we welcome you to experience this powerful mix in our daily inspirational set!

Honda ATVs All-terrain Vehicles: Tiger by DDB/Key People

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Body art by Emma Hack

Emma Hack is diverse multimedia artist ,skin illustrator, photographer and sculptor. In this showcase we pick some of her body art photography.


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The Glitz and Glamour of Old School Vegas

Vegas just ain’t what it used to be. Los Angeles-based photographer Giuliano Bekor takes us back to the days when Vegas was full of class. In this gorgeous black and white set, beautiful showgirls flaunt their costumes, while buttoned up gentlemen sip on their scotch. If this is not the American dream, I don’t know what is…


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DAILY INSPIRATIONS FOR DYT #85

Wednesday cool and cre­ative design inspi­ra­tions for all DYT readers :)

Incredible World of Parkour by Jonathan Lucas

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Creative fashion photos

Talented photographer Norbert Bäres from Munich, Germany. Here is our showcase from his fashion photography. Enjoy :)


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Oil Paintings Hit Parade

The history of art says that oil painting was invented somewhere in Western Afghanistan around 5th and 9th century; but the popularity of this particular painting technique reached its apogee only by 15th century during the era of Renaissance in art. Remember the mystique smile of a woman, called Mona Lisa, – this masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci is, perhaps, the most well-know example of oil painting. However, there are thousands of other artworks created using oil paints. Today, many artists choose this technique to create new masterpieces; and the gallery of oil paintings is presented to the readers of Cruzine magazine below.

Portraits by NIELLY FRANCOISE

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Appealing Nature In Rain

Beautiful rain photography showcase. Enjoy!


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Welcome to Dogsville!

Have you ever wondered what would a world look like if some other species replaced man in all of his activities? If that species were dogs, it would be just like these photo manipulations suggest – hilarious! Welcome to Dogsville!


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