Inspirations – Design You Trust

Big Shout Out To One Of The World’s Most Inspiring Grandmas!

A prominent Jewish dating website has launched a creative ad campaign which combines old cultural tidbits and modern high-tech trends into a single humorous and enticing package.

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“In A Parallel Universe”: Artist Exposes Sexism By Switching Up Gender Roles In Old-School Ads

“In A Parallel Universe” is a series of fictional images, recreated from real ads in the mad men era, that question modern day sexism: showing it through a humorous light to spark a conversation through role play.

In the 1950s, the image of the perfect household consisted a hardworking wife slaving away to keep her home spick-and-span and her husband delighted. In the iconic ads of the time, everything is bright, clean, shiny… and filled to the brim with outrageous sexism, subservience and even conjugal violence.

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This Posterlad Project Is All About Designing Posters. Obviously.

“Posterlad” is a pure graphic design project created by the Czech designer Vratislav Pecka.

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Makeup Artist Creates Incredible Drawings Using Her Own Body As Canvas

Georgina Ryland is a makeup artist from Brisbane, Australia. She won over thousands of people with her intricate body paintings. The artist uses her own skin as the canvas and draws detailed images, inspired by popular movies, TV shows and paintings.

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Artist Illustrates Everyday Life To Compare Chinese And Western Culture

“Tiny Eyes” is a comic series, created by the Chinese artist Siyu, that shares slices of everyday life from a Chinese perspective.

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“Butcher Billy’s Tales Of The Unexpected Black Mirrors”: The Episodes Of Season 4 Turned Into Vintage Comics

The Brazilian illustrator Butcher Billy (previously) is back to complete this amazing series, illustrating this time the six episodes of the season 4 of Black Mirror. A project entitled “Tales of the Unexpected Black Mirrors”, which retranscribes the universe of the series with the retro aesthetics of old American comics.

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The Fascinating Female Portraits Of Sarah Joncas

Sarah Joncas was born in 1986 and grew up in both Hamilton and Niagara Falls, Ontario. Her interest in the visual arts developed at an early age, starting with the dedicated drawings of dinosaurs and lizards.

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The ‘I’m Tired’ Project Tackles Discrimination With Body Art

Since the summer of 2015, photojournalism venture The ‘I’m Tired’ Project has been revealing the invisible effects of everyday micro-aggressions and assumptions through body art. A creative and visual way to raise awareness of various kinds of intolerance, the project was created by students Paula Akpan and Harriet Evans while they were both attending the University of Nottingham.

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“Lamb Of Future”: Cyberpunk Noire Fashion Collages By Alexander Berdin-Lazursky

Alexander Berdin-Lazursky is a multi-talented 34-year-old photographer, digital artist, designer and educator from Samara, Russia who currently lives and works in NYC. Alexander focuses on portraiture, he shoots amazing fashion, beauty, lifestyle and fine art portrait photography.

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“Hollywood In Real Life”: This Instagram Account Is Capturing The Locations Of Famous Hollywood Scenes

Steve Peterson has amassed nearly 250 photos of various Hollywood filming locations, capturing places both real and re-done from Hawaii to California movie lots. According to a post on Reddit, his trips started around three years ago while visiting the main shooting location for ABC’s mystery drama Lost. Since then, he’s traveled across land and sea to visit the real-life places that help bring some of our most memorable movie and TV scenes to life.

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These Animal Illustrations Accurately Express Our Monday Blues And Friday Feels

These delightful animal illustrations by Northern Ireland-based illustrator and designer Martina Scott capture the essence of how many of us are feeling today starting back at work in the New Year – or how many of us feel on a normal Monday – and how differently we feel on a Friday.

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Artist Andrei Lacatusu Reduces Tech Giant Brands To Derelict Neon Signs

There’s something captivating about seeing Silicon Valley icons, and game changers of the western world’s adoption of social media, in the shape and form of derelict, Las Vegas-esque signs. Brands that normally rule our online worlds, and therefore sometimes our real worlds, are rarely presented as destitute and on their way out, painting a striking image of their mortality.

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If Classic Childhood Characters Were Badass Lunatics

French digital artist Sylvain Sarrailh (previously featured) has a spectacular gallery on DeviantART of skylines, nature and abandoned landscapes. Here, we can also find our favorite loveable and good-natured childhood cartoon characters, turned into… something quite different.

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This Guy Turns His Fried Eggs Into Works Of Art

A selection of the impressive fried eggs by Mexican artist Michele Baldini, who is having fun turning breakfast into a creative exercise! A nice performance that turns the white and yolk of the eggs into edible illustrations.

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Randy Lewis Creates Photo Manipulation Word Games That Will Make You Smile

Cactus or Poop?

Graphic Designer Randy Lewis creates quite an unusual and fun series of image manipulations. The artist takes simple, everyday objects and blends them together, creating something new and unordinary. The result of his creativity is a series of clever and witty images. They’ll make you look twice, and they are certain to put a smile on your face.

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