Illustrations by Carine Brancowitz

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Daily Inspiration #65

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35 Beautiful & Creative Business Card Designs

Works by Hélène Havard

Michael Moller “Phanox” Artwork

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Awesome 3D artist from Germany by the name of Michael Moller “Phanox”. See more at
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Rare Portraits of America’s Endangered Species

Representing a 20-year-long mission of National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore to record North American species facing extinction, Rare: Portraits of America’s Endangered Species is a beautiful book filled with tragic stories. See more amazing, high-res photos only at My Modern Metropolis.


An online ambient musicbox, which generates its sounds using the orbital/year frequencies of most of the major bodies of our solar system.

Artwork by Pascal Blanche

Pascal started his career back in 1993 at TILT magazine, an early video games magazine and then worked in the video game field for twelve years in companies such as Virtual Xperience, Xilam, Haikus Studios and also with Sony, worked on the first French/Canadian full CG movie “Kaena: the Prophecy”. He is presently Art Director at Ubisoft.
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Threadless 10th Anniversary

Photography by Parker Fitzgerald

Pretty Woman Garden Tools

Spring is a hot season for gardening. Its time to buy new garden tools! if you think that garden accessories couldn’t be a piece of art, you should look at this beautifull fork and trowel and change your thoughts! This Pretty Woman garden tool set by Celia Birtwell contains aluminium fork and trowel with gorgeous hand drawn prints, inky florals in cream and Aztec prints. Both with an ergonomic grip and printed over with one of Birtwell’s trademark lively, pretty designs. It packed in a pretty strippy box and could be a great gift:)

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“Tattoo Jew” Documentary

“Tattoo Jew” is documentary about Jewish people getting Jewish-themed tattoos as expressions of individuality and pride; people who feel more connected to their roots by displaying a modern Jewish identity permanently etched in ink upon their skin. This project explores the intersection between traditional Jewish culture and the current popularity of tattoos.”

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Ruadh DeLone

Dutch photographer Ruadh DeLone’s ‘Faces of History’ series brings individuals such as Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein to life through a little creativity, and a lot of shaving cream. WWW.ZEUTCH.COM

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