André x Caviar Kaspia

The artist André aka Mr A teamed with Caviar Kaspia and redesigning the label on the box of caviar for Spring/Summer 2012

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Inspiration #274

Like every week(end), I invite you to discover or rediscover: the Canadian artist Tavis Coburn, Michelle Fennel photography, a video shot by Estevan Oriol with tattoo artist and graffiti artist based in Los AngelesMister Cartoon, Simon Cecere photography

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Enjoy this cool #269 Saturday daily inspi­ra­tions for all DYT read­ers :) with great pho­tos and artworks.

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Daily Inspirations no. 407

Finally it’s Friday again. Already looking forward the weekend … I am sure I am not the only one .). Before we leave though, let’s take a look what kind of inspirations did my guys prepare for us today. Expect quality stuff only :). Seems, today’s illustration section is strong … there are several illustrations I like. Make sure to check Perserverance by Jennifer Healy, Knight by Tahra and Dark Velvet by BaoPham. If you already digested these three, let’s move to art / digital art section. There are another exciting pieces. For example Butterfly Effect by Yuri Laptev and L’Officiel Hommes Italia by Ricardo Fumanal. Just thinking which artwork would be good enough to finish this intro with … well, seems I found one. Check the typography artwork by Mats Ottdal. Nice one. Enjoy the weekend!

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Blackskate Series by Christian Fuß

Friday Urban Typography Inspiration – Amsterdam

Urban typography showcase is one of our weekly posts.Every Friday we are featuring inspirational typography examples from a city.If you are a real typography lover , you always notice typography examples like shop signage,road signs etc. in your city and if you want your photo to be published here just send it.This week’s typography showcase comes from Amsterdam.Enjoy!!!

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Street art by Bom.K

Discovery of the amazing French street artist and illustrator Bom.K .

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Odd Future by Laurent Saad


Daily Inspirations no. 406

I feel like starting with illustrations today instead of photos. How do you guys like the artwork by Jennifer Healy called Daydream? I personally love it! It’s not the only artwork I love though. Just few spots lower down in the art digital art section there is a nice illustration by Alexandra Bezrukova. I’m a huge fan of fonts, so no wonder I’m always eager to check the typography section. From today’s typographic artworks I picked one piece that is a mixture of various typographic styles. Check it out … it’s called Advertising Design: 7-Eleven & Tullamore Dew. Make sure to check today’s ads as well … it’s definitelly worth it. Enjoy!

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These photos are a lot of fun. Luxembourger artist Simone Decker created them in 1999, but I just happened upon them for the first time now. Decker is interested in perspective shifts and often explores the way public space is arranged…….


26 of the Best Street Art Photos

If you like street art, you’ll enjoy these 26 amazing street art! (see all photos here)

Check out all 26 of the Best Street Art Photos. Via Enpundit

Bubble Gum Art

Simone Decker’s photographic series Chewing in Venice. See more on collabcubed.

branding + typography created with 6,950+ wine corks @lokalmiami @camilorojas

They say the first bite is taken with the eye. If so, i want to invite you to savoury the next bite. Take a look at the identity, branding and art created for loKal, neighborhood burger and beer joint located in bohemian Coconut Grove, Florida – United States

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Beautiful, Creative & Inspiring Canvas Prints

The word canvas is derived from the 13th century Anglo-French canevaz and the Old French canevas. Both may be derivatives of the Vulgar Latin cannapaceus for “made of hemp,” originating from the Greek κάνναβις (cannabis).

Canvas has become the most common support medium for oil painting, replacing wooden panels. One of the earliest surviving oils on canvas is a French Madonna with angels from around 1410 in the Gemäldegalerie, Berlin. However, panel painting remained more common until the 16th century in Italy and the 17th century in Northern Europe. Mantegna and Venetian artists were among those leading the change; Venetian sail canvas was readily available and regarded as the best quality.

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