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Gundam-Styled Illustrations For Corporate Calendar 2019 For Gold Mining Company

According to artists: “Polyus is the largest gold producer in Russia with second largest area of explored reserves in the world. More than two million kilograms of gold, just imagine! Although this is not the first project we have done for the client, it’s certainly the most unusual. We took as a basis real photographs of the places where gold mining is conducted.These alien landscapes urged... Source
Tags: Design, Russia, Gold, Mining, Robots, Machines, Inspirations, Giant, Gundam, Gold Mining Company

Russian Artist Transforms Google Map Landscapes And Boring Russian Cities Into The Future Outworlds

Andrey Tobolyakov, a digital artist from Samara, Russia, takes pictures of roads, cities and Google map locations. Remakes them, with the help of Photoshop, into the worlds of a distant future. Perfect! More: Source
Tags: Google, Design, Russia, Future, Cyberpunk, Inspirations, Cityscape, Samara Russia, Photomanipulations, Andrey Tobolyakov

“Your Lost Memories”: Sensual And Dreamy Paintings By Andrei Zadorine

The Belarusian professional artist Andrei Zadorine was born in Beryozovka in 1960. Being inspired by the childhood, Andrei combines imagination and reality and captures it on his magnificent paintings which evoke fond memories of old days. More: Source
Tags: Design, Paintings, Inspirations, Andrei, Sensual, Andrei Zadorine, Beryozovka, Dreamy

Artist Tishk Barzanji Explores Human Tragedy In Psychedelic Architectural Illustrations

Kurdish-British artist Tishk Barzanji creates surreal, architecture-infused illustrations that depict impossible structures and dark domestic scenes, to engage with difficult subject matters. Barzanji began publishing the brightly hued illustrations on his Instagram account in 2016, and has posted more than 100 different designs in this style to date. “Surrealism helps to connect my ideas... Source
Tags: Design, Illustrations, Inspirations, Psychedelic, Surreal, Architectural, Tishk Barzanji, Barzanji

“Phenomenology Of Human Body”: New Media Artist Rinatto L-bank Creates Stunning Digital Bodyscape Transformations

25 year old Rinat Abdrakhmanov, or Rinatto L-bank as he’s known in the photography world, is an artist and photographer from Astana, Kazakhstan. Currently living in North Cyprus, he has a surrealist style where he explores the form of the human body from different angles. Rinatto has just graduated from the Department of Visual Art and Visual Communication Designs of Eastern Mediterranean... Source
Tags: Design, Media, Digital, New, Body, Transformations, Inspirations, Astana Kazakhstan, L-bank, Rinatto, Rinat Abdrakhmanov, Department of Visual Art

“Deep, Dark And Dangerous”: Outstanding Fantasy, Sci-Fi & Comic Book Illustrations By David Palumbo

As a freelance illustrator, David Palumbo has provided genre themed artwork for everything from book covers and collectible card games to advertisements and concept design. His work has been awarded two Spectrum medals and has shown in galleries and museums from New York to Paris. “I’m a traditional media painter and freelance illustrator working mainly in the fantasy... Source
Tags: New York, Design, Fantasy, Sci-fi, Book, Covers, Paris, Illustrations, Retro, Trash, Classic, Inspirations, David Palumbo

“The Little Things”: A Collection Of Brilliant Illustrations By Tomasz Majewski

Tomasz Majewski is an independent illustrator and graphic designer based in Warsaw, Poland. He has graduated from university with a Fine Arts M.A. degree. His favorite field of art is illustration: both digital and traditional. He also works for a publishing house, where he designs book covers and prepares them to print. More: Behance... Source
Tags: Design, Book, Pop, Covers, Culture, Illustrations, Inspirations, Warsaw Poland, Tomasz Majewski

“Wind Of Memories”: The Striking Art Of Corrado Vanelli

Corrado Vanelli is an extremely talented digital artist living and working in Italy. He discovered computer graphics around the mid 90′s. After some experiments with 3D modeling he decided to work only with 2D painting because its the best way for him to expand and concretize his ideas. His artwork are really brilliant. Don’t pass by and make sure to check them. It’s worth it! “. Source
Tags: Art, Design, Fantasy, Digital, Italy, Illustrations, Inspirations, Corrado Vanelli

Bizarre Scotch Tape Portraits By Wes Naman

Photographer Wes Naman was wrapping Christmas gifts with his assistant and started goofing around with the scotch tape. He immediately had an idea that after a year developed into the scotch tape portrait series, where volunteers put the tape around their faces to create terrifying and just absolutely hilarious expressions. More: Wes Naman h/t: Source
Tags: Design, Bizarre, Portraits, Inspirations, Expressions, Tape, Scotxh, Wes Naman

Russian Artist Pokras Lampas Takes Over Times Square New York

Pokras Lampas was born in Korolyov, Russia. He is one of the most distinguished representatives of contemporary calligraphy in the world. He started creating graffiti in 2008 and shortly after was inspired by the ‘Calligraffiti’ movement. Later, Pokras Lampas was invited to become an official Calligraffiti ambassador whilst working on his self-developed ‘Calligrafuturism’ style and technique. Source
Tags: New York, Design, Nasdaq, Graffiti, Inspirations, Streetart, Times Square New York, Calligraphy, Calligraffiti, Pokras Lampas, Korolyov Russia

“From Myth To Reality And Back”: The Fascinating Digital Art Of Johannes Voss

Johannes Voss is a professional freelance illustrator and digital painter from Leipzig, Germany. If you’re into digital concept art, make sure to scroll through our picks below. Get inspired! Source
Tags: Design, Illustrations, Inspirations, Leipzig Germany, Johannes Voss

Budweiser Adapts Its Sexist Ads From The 50s And 60s To 2019

In honor of the International Women’s Day, Budweiser, in collaboration with VaynerMedia, decided to revisit some of their some of their advertisements from the past era, that had some rather sexist remarks. The ads implied that anything women did was supposed to please men, with little attention to themselves. However, thanks to the efforts of feminists everywhere, that is no longer the case and...
Tags: Design, Women, Advertising, Beer, Budweiser, Day, Retro, Inspirations

“My Dead Pony”: Stunning Dismounted Collages By Raphael Vicenzi

Raphael Vicenzi is an illustrator and artist from Brussels, Belgium. A self-proclaimed ’graphic destroyer’ who explores ’creative misdirection’, working under the pseudonym Mydeadpony, Vicenzi is a fruitful designer who turns his peculiar ideas into crazy collages. Most of his graphics contain a female character in combination with different patterns, colors, graffiti, clothing items... Source
Tags: Design, Inspirations, Destroyed, Brussels Belgium, Collages, Dismounted, Raphael Vicenzi, Mydeadpony Vicenzi

“Far Beyond The Immobile Point”: A Journey Through The Dismal World With Michal Karcz

Michal Karcz (previously) is a digital photographer and artist situated in Warsaw, Poland. All of his life, Karcz was involved with art, painting and other visual arts. After having left painting – his biggest passion – he devoted his time to digital photography and painting, and so replaced one passion with another. As he contemplates, “digital photography and software gave [him] the opportunity... Source
Tags: Design, Fantasy, Sci-fi, Warsaw, Inspirations, Michal Karcz, Otherworld, Photomanipulations, Karcz

“The Womb Beyond The World”: Dark Illustrations By Mexican Artist Tavo Santiago

Tavo Santiago is a freelance designer situated in Orizaba. Mexico. Even though he is specialized in digital art, his central works are character illustrations dark in nature. The main theme of his illustrations is death, usually on playing cards. Skeletons, wounds, swords and knives, magic and the spiritual, these are all things you can see on his dark digitalized drawings – both in color and... Source
Tags: Death, Design, Mexico, Dark, Inspirations, Tavo Santiago, Orizaba Mexico

“Children Of The Damned”: The Superb Artworks Of Ástor Alexander In Classic Sci-Fi And Noir

Imagine a combination of low-budget spaghetti westerns and Pixar cartoons, such as Toy Story. What world would it be set in and what stories would we be able to see? In fact, such a story has been at the center of attention of an American illustrator, Ástor Alexander. Ástor Alexander is a San Diego-based illustrator and painter whose main body of work focuses on the combination of digital art and... Source
Tags: Games, Design, Sci-fi, Book, Covers, San Diego, Pixar, Classic, Noir, Inspirations, Ástor Alexander, Ástor Alexander Ástor Alexander

When Modern Love Meets Classic Comic Books

Peter Nidzgorski is the artist provocateur behind the site This isn’t Happiness. Under the name Peteski, he blogs about art, photography, design, and disappointment. One of the big attractions of his site is his clever manipulation of images like these altered panels from classic love story comic books. Nidzgorski asks his followers to suggest sentences or quotes which he then adds to a specific... Source
Tags: Quotes, Books, Comics, Design, Humor, Retro, Classic, Inspirations, Peter Nidzgorski, Peteski, Nidzgorski

These Stunning Underwater Paintings By Isabel Emrich Will Take Your Breath Away

Isabel Emrich works in an Expressionistic style that straddles both abstraction and figuration. Her brushwork is both strong and fluid – qualities that echo the nature of water, itself. With zeal, Emrich captures the ‘special effects’ water presents to the eye: chaotic refractions in multi-planar space, sparkling light effects, distorted shadows, rippled reflections, etc. – much of it in thick... Source
Tags: Design, Women, Female, Paintings, Underwater, Illusion, Inspirations, Emrich, Isabel Emrich

Bon Jovi Really Loved Wearing Ridiculous Outfits In 1980s

Fashion changes over time. Today, a man wearing short-shorts is basically a punchline. But what if I told you there was a time when ridiculous outfits featured below were not only acceptable, but sexy? That time was the 1980’s… h/t: Source
Tags: Fashion, Music, Design, Style, Glam, Bon Jovi, Outfit, Inspirations, 1980s

Honest Posters Showing What Women Should ‘Thank A Feminist’ For

An online feminist community called the School of Feminism has suggested and uploaded a series of designs to the internet, listing some of the biggest achievements that societies’ have earned in their quest towards equality. “Thanks to feminists, women can vote, work, abort [their pregnancies], divorce [spouses], wear pants, read any book [they like], use birth control, take out a loan& Source
Tags: Design, Women, Feminism, Community, Posters, Inspirations, School of Feminism

Side-By-Side Photos Show How Tragically Different Life Is In War-Torn Countries

News broadcasts and stories on social media highlight the casualties and destruction of war in the Middle East. It’s a sad truth that daily life in the Middle East is the polar opposite of the relatively peaceful culture that many of us in the Western world know. Artist Uğur Gallenkuş is showcasing just how tragic the contrast in daily life can be between these two parts of our planet. Source
Tags: Politics, Design, Turkey, World, Middle East, Inspirations, Collages, Uğur Gallenkuş, Photomanipulations

“The Endless Beyond”: Superb Fantasy And Creative Inspirations By Adrian Chesterman

Born in London of Scottish descent, Adrian Chesterman, British painter and illustrator, was educated at the William Harvey School in Kent. It was here that he first discovered his burning passion for the visual arts. More: Adrian Chesterman Adrian Chesterman studied fine art at Norwich School of Art and illustration at the Royal College of Art in Kensington, London. Since leaving the R.C.A. Source
Tags: Books, UK, Design, London, Covers, Kent, Illustrator, Inspirations, Royal College of Art, Norwich School of Art, Kensington London, Adrian Chesterman, William Harvey School, Adrian Chesterman Adrian Chesterman

Artist Paints Creatures She Sees ‘Living’ In The Walls Due To Pareidolia

Do you remember how you used to look at the clouds in the sky as a child and your imagination projected animals and various scenes of life? This phenomenon is called Pareidolia, which scientifically means the tendency to perceive a specific, and in a lot of cases meaningful images in completely random or ambiguous visual patterns. Even though this phenomenon is more common among children... Source
Tags: Design, Paint, Imagination, Pareidolia, Illusion, Walls, Inspirations, Anna Chvindt

Creepy 1970s-Era Posters From An Imaginary English Town

Scarfolk is a an imaginary town in North West England that did not progress beyond 1979. Instead, the entire decade of the 1970s loops ad infinitum. Featured below are some of their awkward posters. More: Scarfolk, Shop h/t: Source
Tags: UK, Creepy, Design, Posters, Retro, Inspirations, 1970s, north west England, Scarfolk, Scarfolk Shop

Street Artist Unveiled A Giant Artwork On The Roof Of An Abandoned Radio Station

Artist Marina Capdevila recently spent some time in Spain where she unveiled this large rooftop piece entitled “Radio Liberty”. Painting on the streets of Pals, a small town in Northern Spain, the artist spent several days on the roof of an abandoned radio station. The station was created during the Cold War by Americans as an anti-communist propaganda source to the Soviet Union. Source
Tags: Design, Spain, Artwork, Large, Mural, Inspirations, Streetart, Giant, Northern Spain, Marina Capdevila, Abandoned Radio Station

Artist Fran Krause Perfectly Illustrates Your Deepest, Darkest Fears

Illustrator, animator, teacher, and comic artist Fran Krause has touched a collective nerve with his wildly popular web comic series and subsequent book Deep Dark Fears. Here he brings readers more of the creepy, funny, and idiosyncratic fears they love illustrated in comic form–such as the fear that your pets will tell other animals all your embarrassing secrets, or that someone uses your... Source
Tags: Comics, Design, Dark, Inspirations, Fears, Fran Krause

Fashion Stylist Portfolio Got Destroyed By Hurricane Irma, But Created Unique Noir Photos Instead

According to Vava Antar Pragya: “I used to be a fashion stylist in New York City and worked on lots of beautiful editorials many of which were already pretty avant-garde and some were a bit dark. At some point in my life, everything stopped making sense, my whole life stopped making sense and I started looking for the meaning. At that time, I met my husband in a meditation center. Source
Tags: Fashion, Design, New York City, Hurricane, Inspirations, Portfolio, Irma, Vava Antar Pragya

“…And Heavens Cried Blood”: The Swallowed Worlds Of Amir Zand

Amir Zand is a freelance concept artist from Iran who specializes in cover art and promotional illustration. More info: Artstation, DeviantArt, Instagram... Source
Tags: Art, Design, Fantasy, Sci-fi, Book, Iran, Cover, Concept, Inspirations, Amir Zand

35 Perfect Reasons To Love New Yorker Cartoons

If you spend any time on Instagram or Facebook, New Yorker Cartoons is a great follow for a daily chuckle/smirk/snort. The single panel comics are a permanent fixture in the magazine as well as online and despite being around well before the Internet, their format works perfectly in today’s endlessly scrolling feeds. Below you will find 35 of the most loved New Yorker cartoons shared online in the... Source
Tags: Daily, Politics, New York, Design, Life, City, Cartoons, Humor, New Yorker, Inspirations, Facebook New Yorker Cartoons

Japanese Illustrator Asteroid: Wandering Through The Ruins Of The Future

Whether they are set in the past or in an imagined future, ruins are a favorite subject of illustrators working in the fantasy and science-fiction genres. Not only can they be very visually appealing, they can provide the backdrop for a potentially rich narrative about a once flourishing world and the reasons for its demise. Japanese illustrator Asteroid (stylized in Japanese as あすてろid) often... Source
Tags: Games, Japan, Design, Future, Sci-fi, Anime, Abandoned, Asteroid, Inspirations

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