Born in Mexico City, Rafa Torre studied painting, graphics design and photography in order to accomplish his childhood dream of creating surreal atmospheres. He lives in Madrid and is still working out the “alchemical process” of mixing different media to achieve the particular look in his work. Pop Surrealism Photography.
Amazing fantasy illustrations by Guo Jian from Shanghai, China.
Settle into the in-between with this season’s collection of sleek forms and function. Intricate designs merge burn-through rainbows with silver clouds to create a design language cultured enough to jet set — and grounded enough to find peace of mind and pleasure in the unplanned. Urban Mobility takes the luxuries and intricacies of form and function to new heights, under the direction of world-renowned fashion designer Hussein Chalayan. Versatile footwear, apparel, and accessories bridge fashion and performance to create a utility fashion sportswear offering for the mobile life.
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Two of Brazils top models Arthur Sales and Adriana Lima feature in the Forum Spring 2012 campaign, photographed by Gui Paganini. Models Adriana Lima and Arthur Sales sport the sophisticated and stylish designs of the label, which are unique and elegant. Read more…
The days are passing by, the seasons change each other, but the interest of creative people, professional designers and enthusiasts, for inspiration never fades away for it is the source and guarantee of new artful achievements, maybe not yet implemented but definitely already conceived. Inspiration is a very dynamic process. You cannot gain it once and forever; instead you will need to regularly refill that Holy Grail, and that is where Cruzine magazine can be of help. Every day we come to our readers with the new portion of fresh inspiring art works, photographs, modern digital paintings, and other forms of design. You are welcome to browse our showcases, discuss the works displayed, download the free resources available, and spread the word about inspiration in the world of art.
Very creative illustrations and drawings by Kristy Anne Ligones from Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines. Enjoy :)
Creative and colorful illustrations and drawings by Raul Urias from Chihuahua, Mexico.
I love story telling and aim to create rich narrative images that are amigous and allow the viewer to reach their own conclusion on the meaning behind each image.
~ Love in Idleness ~
You can’t shake hand with clenched fist. Screenprinted by Concrete Rocket
The photographs by Lennette Newell, Jim Huges, Ale Burset and others vividly show us just how inspired these artists are and with how much passion they create their works! No wonder their images have great positive influence at the viewers; no wonder many of us start to feel ready for creating our own works, not necessary masterpieces, but the creative designs, capable of reflecting our emotional state or just meeting the requirements of the project, we are working on. Below you will find not only photographs, but also interesting illustrations, fantastic worlds in 3D art works, liquid and curly typography designs, and, of course, a freebie (BrightSky WordPress theme) to give our readers not only inspiration and fresh ideas, but also a ready for immediate deployment tool for web developing.
Unique drawings and artworks by Jonathan Zawada. Enjoy :)
Beautiful lines, big muscles, perfect composition, good human works of art.
The photographer of these stunning HDR images is Spreng Ben from Tokyo, Japan. Ben does not consider himself to be a Photographer but he somehow loves the power that lays in a simple click that possibly lasts only a breath of a second but on the other hand gives authority over true Art and real style.
Classified Moto’s John Ryland loves putting a positive spin on one. ‘XV920R6-R’ is the latest machine to roll out of his Richmond, VA workshop, and it’s gone straight to lucky new owner Bob Ranew of North Carolina. Bob fell in love with a Virago 750 that Classified built last year, and once a direction was agreed, John tore into a 920 he had on hand in the shop. ‘The 920 was blessed with a rare chain drive,’ he says. ‘I assumed it was a shaftie until I removed the hard bags.’ So John persuaded Bob to get a rear end conversion as well as Classified’s signature front-end swap. ‘That way we could have nice wide rubber at the back, with the added goodness of matching wheels front and rear.’
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