Photography by Ronald Stoops


As Ronald Stoops was born in one of the smallest countries in the World, the Netherlands, he decided early on in life to travel extensively in order to broaden his view of the world.

Photography by Ronald Stoops

Daily Inspiration #17

Support Art|Spread Creativity|Get Inspired
Subscribe to A Creative Universe’s Feed

Source: ACreativeUniverse.com
Powered By Hizoku

2009 World Auto Design Contest Winner; “Audi Shark”


Shark would have been the perfect car of the future. That’s why Shark has been designed in the future of technology without leaving today’s condititions.

Shark shows difference from today’s cars in terms of its own design and technology. It carries the qualifications of today’s technology and at the same time it takes the attention about its structure of plane and motorcycle like details.

by Mert TOL More pics

Like a Fly On the Wall


All of us have seen flies stuck on the wall, mocking us as they attempt to escape our death swat. German photographer Ivo Mayr has somehow transferred their powers to us, and now people all over have been spotted stuck on walls around the city.

More pics at My Modern Metropolis!

Onrepeat.net Updates

Onrepeat.net updates, check it out!

Las Vegas Boneyard



A lot of inspiration in the backyard of Las Vegas Boneyard…(Pics in Hi-res)More info & pics HERE

Illustrations by Kervin Brisseaux

House in Pozuelo de Alarcón by A-cero Architects

Lachapelle and Maybach Campaign

a>

David Lachapelle for the lastest Maybach Campaign… More info, pics and Video HERE

Katherine Semenko ‘In’ Lamp

Industrial designer Katherine Semenko tackles home appliances with her latest creation,coming up with this unique lamp concept. Semenko draws inspiration from “soul” and “living organisms”. The In lamp is slick and intelligent with an art deco flavour. The front is a dense closed material with, what looks like lizard skin patterning, with the light emanating from the reverse side.
More pictures…

ONION creative

logonion.

12 Misunderstood Monsters – Travis Louie


Set in Victorian and Edwardian times, Travis Louie’s paintings are hauntingly beautiful. His imaginary world is filled with strange humans, mythical beings and misunderstood monsters. I love how Travis displays each character – it’s as if they’re sitting for a formal portrait. Why? As Travis explains, “to mark their existence and place in society.” See more at My Modern Metropolis.

Remarkable Oil Paintings by Shawn Barber


These are some of the remarkable oil paintings by Shawn Barber from his collection acclaimed as “Tattooed Portraits”. He received his B.F.A. from the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, FL. I really like his artwork.

Click here to see the rest of the images.

Color Inspiration

Creativity and inspiration with colors.
[vimeo http://vimeo.com/4860939]

Jerm IX