If you are a fan of interior design and wall design especially, check our showcase below …
Illustrator Gabriel Moreno, engraver and painter based in Madrid, graduated of Fine Arts in the University of Sevilla in 98. Since then he worked in different design studios and ad agencies in Andalusia. In 2004 he moves to Madrid. In June 2007 he begins to show his portfolio and after being selected amongst the 20 new talents of illustration, by the London based magazine Computer Arts, he begins his succesful carreer as an illustrator. At present he has worked with virtually every major national agencies, and is starting with his first commissions and international expansion. He has worked with numerous national and international publications, last August by the cover of the North American publishing Los Angeles Times Magazine.
Originating from time immemorial, from Neolithic and Paleolithic eras, tattooing still remains popular and wide-spread in the modern evolved and high-tech world. In different times it served different purposes, from identification a person’s social status or belonging to some social group, to purely aesthetic function, as we may often see it today. Considered by the contemporaries to be a decorative body modification, tattooing lived through the periods when it was treated as an inherent and absolutely necessary body marking, as well as through the times, when it was thought to be a pagan and evil activity.
Sanhugi ~ Tattoo Art Fest 2010 by Cath Schneider Continue reading “Tattoo Masterpieces: the Fusion of the Primeval and Modern” »
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GUIDO ARGENTINI was born in Florence, Italy. He studied Medicine for three years at the university of Florence. At 23 he decided to turn his passion for photography into a profession and started to shoot fashion and beauty. Since1990 he lives in the USA, in Los Angeles . His work has been published by some of the leading magazines in the world such as “MarieClaire”, “Men’s Health”,”Playboy”,”Vogue”,”Max”, “Maxim” and many others. In 2003, Guido Argentini’s first book, SILVEREYE, presented an exquisite series of studio and landscape nudes. That work was a reflection of the artist’s great personal passion for sculpture and dance.
A selection of talented award winning photographers from around the world, showcasing a variety of styles and techniques. Photographers featured include Mark Mawson, Julie de Waroquier, Patrick Villela, Michael Chung, Rory Gardiner and Peter Kemp.
Mark Mawson Continue reading “Award Winning Photography” »
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Monday design and art inspirations for all DYT readers :)
Do You Remember When This World Was Ours? by Justin Mezzell Continue reading “DAILY INSPIRATIONS FOR DYT #68” »
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Sunday design and art inspirations for all DYT readers :)
Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps – Posh by Nadia Moro Continue reading “DAILY INSPIRATIONS FOR DYT #67” »
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Digital Painting is a popular way for designers to create their own view of reality or future. With the science-fiction, artists have enough imaginations and skills to create their own view in the picture. These forecasting of the future outcomes comes reality in Creative Artist minds. This post collects some digital paintings and illustrations. It consists of impressive imagination, nature, designs, sense of art and innovative cities.
Inspiration is one of the key notions for any creative person. Perhaps, the latter gets acquainted with it even prior to making his artful works… However, inspiration does not come at the first summons, as once a famous Russian composer Piotr Tchaikovsky said. Actually, this great man had quite a reasonable theory as for the inspiration. He admitted that an artist must work all the time; he cannot let himself be inactive because of the lack of inspiration. If he passively waits for it and does not make efforts to attract it, he will easily become apathetic and lazy. Instead, he must be patient and always trustful; inspiration will inevitably come to him who manages to overcome his reluctance. We, at Cruzine, offer here the daily sets of images for you to be able to meet your inspiration half way and overcome your unwillingness as soon as possible!
Artwork by 非 Continue reading “Daily Inspirations no. 114” »
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There’s no denying the fact that most of us have pretended to be actors. Photographer Howard Schatz took this idea one step further, place actors in a series of roles and dramatic situations to reveal the essence of their characters.
Human imagination and creativity is never static; it is a dynamic process, during which an artist absorbs all the inspiration offered to him by the Universe in order to translate real world objects and phenomena into the visual images, using the universal language of art. However, this language is constantly evolving reflecting trends, aesthetic preferences, and technological innovations, specific to a particular time period. For example, today we can see a specific form of digital art, described as photo manipulation. So, we have decided to dedicate a separate Cruzine showcase to this novel form of art and present our readers with the selection of human body photo manipulations.
Breaking Point by 3rror404 Continue reading “Photo Manipulations – Get Ready to Discover the New Shapes of a Human Body” »
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His designs are neat and has that crisp feeling. All his designs are 100% and his eye for detailing is amazing. He can create images from scratch and make them look better than the original. He masters in photoshop and 3d. Mike is currently working as a Creative Director of a design and digital imaging studio in Michigan. I listed most of his great works in Amazing Digital Art by Mike Campau. Hope you will enjoy this post.
One of the challenges of logo designing is that it should combine two seemingly opposite values simultaneously. On one hand, design of a logo should be vivid and rich to be able to capture the attention of the audience, but on the other hand, logo should be as simple as possible in order to be clearly recognizable and easy to remember. After all, everybody knows the wise saying, claiming that simplicity is nothing but the ultimate level of sophistication. In addition to definite artistic values of a simple logo design, it is also a very effective and successful way to represent an organization or a product. Indeed, most of world known brands have simple logos. So, why don’t we use the available experience and get some inspiration from the existing simple logo designs?
AIDA by Michal Ozorowski Continue reading “Simplicity is the Best Policy” »
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“I am a self-taught freelance photographer. I was born in Toronto, but moved to Montreal in 2001, and will be forever grateful to my high school French teacher.
I love to experiment with different styles and techniques, both in-camera and in my digital darkroom. Faithfully capturing a scene is less important to me than finding that little bit of mystery, evoking a certain mood, or telling a story. Through my photography, I like to explore of the ethereal, the surreal, the whimsical, the mysterious, and the beautiful. I like to consider each photograph a little poem for the eyes.”
We live in the world, where physical objects are tightly interconnected with certain non-material or incorporeal phenomena. Ideas and inspiration are examples of such non-material world representatives. Indeed, both an idea and inspiration are invisible and we cannot feel them with any of our sense organs. Though there is hardly a person in the world, who would deny or question the existence of ideas or inspiration. Actually, any idea is nothing but the very first stage of anything; it is the beginning of all our deeds and creations, while inspiration is the key motivating force that helps a human transform an idea into a particular object or action in the physical world. Art is perhaps the best example to illustrate the process, where idea is born in the mind of an artist, and then cherished and raised to eventually become a mature and pretty much tangible art creation: a picture, a song, or a poem…
Old biker by Denis Zilber Continue reading “Daily Inspirations no. 113” »
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