Inspirations – Design You Trust

Expanding Famous Album Covers with Adobe Photoshop’s New Generative Outpainting Feature

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Adobe has recently introduced a remarkable feature for upcoming Photoshop version (this feature is also available in latest Photoshop Beta), known as Generative Fill, that is transforming the boundaries of graphic creativity. Continue reading »

Exploring Bizarre Dreamscapes and Deep Emotions Through The Art of Rebekah Rubalcava

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Rebekah Rubalcava, born in 1996, is an Arizona-based self-educated oil painter. Her artwork serves as a personal catharsis, navigating through the realms of internal dreamscapes, personal experiences, and deep-seated emotions. Continue reading »

From Bosch to Tattoo: Agnieszka Nienartowicz’s Revolutionary Canvas Interpretations

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Renowned Polish artist Agnieszka Nienartowicz wields her oil paints to produce stunningly lifelike portraits of women, distinguishing her work with a signature element – elaborate tattoos. These aren’t simply random designs; they are intricately detailed pieces inspired by the grandeur of classical art, reinterpreting masterpieces from the likes of Hieronymus Bosch and Guido Reni in a modern context. Continue reading »

Maud Madsen’s ‘Daisy Chain’: An Intimate Exploration of the Female Body and the Sanitization of Memory

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n her latest series of grand-scale paintings, artist Maud Madsen dives deeper into our emotional ties to particular moments and locales, as well as the purification of memory. Her representations of the female form shed light on often difficult to broach subjects, paving the way for a richer, more unfiltered truth. Continue reading »

From Pixels to Paintings: Artist Covered Children Faces With Emoji In The Old Paintings And The Result Is Funny

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Dito Von Tease, a digital artist residing in Bologna, Italy, embraces anonymity by concealing his true identity behind his pseudonym. With an impressive educational background from renowned Italian schools specializing in fine arts, communication, and design, he embarked on a unique path, juggling dual careers as an art director in prominent advertising agencies while nurturing his passion as an independent digital artist. Continue reading »

Artistic Alchemy: Lila Frenopoulou’s Fusion of Photography and Digital Manipulation

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Lila Frenopoulou, a professional photographer and digital artist hailing from the vibrant city of Athens, Greece, is making waves in the art world with her mesmerizing creations. Continue reading »

Provoking Reflections on Modern Society in Paweł Kuczyński’s Art

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Polish illustrator Paweł Kuczyński (previously featured here and here) intertwines social commentary and satire to craft thought-stirring artworks, challenging us to reconsider life’s absurdities and societal norms. Continue reading »

The Art of Hyper-Realistic Tattoos and the Macabre Masterpieces of Sandry Riffard

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The world of tattoos has been forever changed by the French artist known for his hyperrealistic macabre designs. Skulls, full skeletons, demons, and zombies are the mainstay of his compositions, creating a chilling yet captivating spectacle. But this artist doesn’t stop at the macabre. Continue reading »

Art on Wheels: Exploring the Captivating World of 1890s French Bicycle Posters

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Throughout history, bicycles have played a significant role in shaping transportation and inspiring a sense of freedom. While the first functioning two-wheeler is often credited to a German inventor in 1817, it was the French who truly embraced and popularized this revolutionary mode of transport in the 1860s, giving it the name “bicycle.” The French not only fell in love with bicycles for their practicality but also recognized their cultural and literary significance, intertwining them with themes of freedom and adventure in their literature. Continue reading »

When AI Meets Horror: The Fictitious but Fascinating World of Screaming Tarantula Eating Contest

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Are you tired of scouring the internet for new and exciting things to see? Well, look no further than the world of artificial intelligence-generated images! These images can take us to places we’ve never been before. Including a screaming tarantula eating competition. Continue reading »

Transcending Boundaries with Brush and Imagination: The Whimsical Yet Sophisticated Artistic Expression of Berat Pekmezci

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Berat Pekmezci, an Istanbul-born, London-based illustrator, has captivated audiences worldwide with his exceptional talent. From personal ventures to prestigious commercial projects, Pekmezci has made a remarkable impact on the art scene. With noteworthy collaborations with industry giants like DC Comics, Nike, Samsung, Toyota, and Coca-Cola, his work has become a symbol of creativity and innovation. Continue reading »

60775: The Bizarre Artistic Journey of Jarek Kubicki

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Jarek Kubicki is a name that has become synonymous with digital art in Poland. Born in 1976 in Gdańsk, he has made a name for himself as an artist, photographer, and creative director. With a background in fine arts and a talent for web design, Jarek has become one of the most sought-after digital artists in the country. Continue reading »

The Legacy of Paul Sougy: Mid-Century Scientific Illustrations that Influenced a Generation

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Paul Sougy’s mid-Century collaboration with Dr. Louis Thomas Jérôme Auzoux resulted in a series of stunning scientific illustrations. Originally intended as large pull-down charts for classroom walls, Sougy’s work influenced an entire generation of French children. Despite the impact of his work, little is known about the man himself. Continue reading »

Preserving Moments in Time: The Power of Visual Art to Capture Our World for Future Generations

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In today’s fast-paced society, change is inevitable. With each passing moment, our world transforms, leaving behind memories that can fade with time. But visual art forms like photos and paintings have the unique ability to capture these moments, preserving them for future generations to experience and appreciate. In a world where urban development is rapidly changing the face of our communities, it’s more important than ever to celebrate the beauty and richness of our past. Continue reading »

Exploring the Intersection of Human and Machine Creativity with Doopiidoo’s Innovative Approach to Art

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The intersection of art and technology is not a new concept. Artists have been using various forms of technology throughout history to create innovative and groundbreaking works. However, with the advent of AI, a new era has dawned in the world of art and creativity. Continue reading »

Discovering the Beauty of Wild Collaging with Artist Francesca Lawrence

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Francesca Lawrence, a talented artist, describes wild collaging as an effortless art form that involves taking pre-cut paper elements into the world and creating whimsical scenes that are then captured by camera. It’s an enjoyable and accessible art form with almost instant results and gratification. Wild collaging, also known as locative collage, is a mixed-media collaging technique where paper pieces are combined with anything found on walks to create unique and ephemeral works of art. Continue reading »

The Inspirational Journey of Amanda Mountain in Bringing Colorful and Happy Art to the World

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Amanda Mountain, also known as Lola, is an artist and the creative force behind Lola Design. The business is based in the historic city of York in the UK and was founded almost six years ago by Amanda with the help of her husband Frank and their dog Rocky. Continue reading »

The Good, the Bad, and the Frustrating: Evangeline Neo’s Firsthand Account of Living in Japan

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If you’ve ever studied or lived abroad, you know that culture shock is real. It can impact your perspective, especially if your home country is drastically different from the one you are visiting. Evangeline Neo experienced this firsthand when she studied in Tokyo from 2010 to 2014. She noticed a lot of cultural differences and decided to navigate them by portraying her experiences through comics. Continue reading »

How Ainsley Drew’s Terrible Drawings are Bringing Smiles to Faces Everywhere

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Ainsley Drew may not be the best artist, but she has certainly captured the hearts of many with her quirky and hilarious drawings. As the mind behind Instagram account @lousydrawingsforgoodpeople, Ainsley draws inspiration from various sources and shares her work on social media platforms regularly. Continue reading »

AI Caravans: Exploring the Possibilities of Portable Collective Solutions for Contemporary Nomadic Communities

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We have seen tiny homes on wheels, trailers, and caravans, but have you ever imagined a multilevel living space on wheels? It may sound strange, but with the power of AI, the possibilities are endless. Continue reading »

The Dreamlike Digital Art of Toronto-based Illustrator Amir Mrzae

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Amir Mrzae is a Toronto-based illustrator, animator, and director who produces digital art that is both captivating and surreal. Continue reading »

The Exquisite World of Stephanie Rew: Exploring Figurative Portrait Paintings with Textured Gold Details

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Stephanie Rew is a talented painter based in Edinburgh, Scotland, who has gained attention for her exquisite figurative portrait paintings. Her work is distinguished by textured gold details, adding a touch of luxury and drama to her already impressive pieces. Continue reading »

From Pineapples to Watermelons: Bonny Carrera’s AI-Generated Chairs Come to Life

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Imagine walking into a room and seeing a chair that looks like a giant watermelon slice, complete with the rind and seeds. Or how about a chair that resembles a spiky pineapple, with its sharp edges and textured skin? This is the world of Bonny Carrera, a talented 3D digital artist based in Berlin, Germany, who has collaborated with Midjourney to create a collection of imaginative and intricate conceptual chairs. Continue reading »

Blast Off into Hilarious Sci-Fi with These Humorous and Creative Posters

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@SmallWorlds’ Twitter account is on a mission to make 2023 a little bit funnier with their daily sci-fi story idea posters. These clever and hilarious ideas will keep you entertained for the whole year. Some of the concepts may even surprise you (but not in a weird way, you pervert!). Check out our top picks below and get ready to blast off into a world of laughter and creativity. Continue reading »

AI Takes Over Photography, Humans Forced to Find New Hobbies

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Who needs humans to make things when we have AI-generated photos? Apparently, even ice cream can grow naturally in this brave new world. But if you’re wondering why the ice cream harvest only happens at night, it’s probably because it’s too scared of melting in the sun. Or maybe it’s just a winter crop, who knows? One thing’s for sure though, if these pictures were real, we’d all be a lot chubbier. Thank goodness for AI, keeping us in shape while fooling us with its realistic imagery. Continue reading »