Posts Categorized : Inspiration

Beautiful Tape Art

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This beautiful artwork created by artist Erika Iris from United State. Unique portraits of musicians, famous people, and movie stars are made out of recycled cassette tapes, old film reels, and VHS tapes. In 2010 she collaborated with director Ethan Lader to help produce the hit music video for the Bruno Mars song “Just the Way You Are.”  The video has received over 300 million views…

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Dresses Made Out Of Balloon

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Designer Rie Hosokai from Japanese has created this  fascination with a unique fabric material: balloons. The collective known as ‘Daisy Balloon’ create exciting and elegant dresses made entirely from balloons of all shapes. The amount of air that goes into each balloon is pretty hard to estimate when adjusting the size and volume of the…

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Milky Pin-Ups Calendar for 2014

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Fabulous and creative photo series by photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz from London has created a fabulous pin-up girls in dresses made of milk photo series. Photographer Jaroslav Wiezorkiewics using high speed cameras to catch the moment when the model are pouring by milk. This Milky Pin-Ups Calendar 2014 will be released later this year.                    

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If Brand Slogans Were Being Honest

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An eye catching  slogan can do a lot of good when you’re trying to sell a product. Honest Slogans takes well-known advertising and turns the slogan into some real talk about the product. Clif Dickens, a graphic designer has created a blog called Honest Slogans. He has designed a lot of image by using  logos of companies and their products turn…

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Creative 3D Coffee Art

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Artist Kazuki Yamamoto from Japan has created creative sculptures out of coffee. He gives a new dimension to this art by creating characters with milk foam. Kazuki Yamamoto is working as a barista in Cafe10g in Osaka, he had a dreams of opening his own cafe in Tokyo one day. To keep up with Yamamoto’s creations, check out his Twitter stream.  …

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Space Saving Bookcase Workstation

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Bookcase with integrated workstation for one person designed by Dutch studio Oppewal. Computer monitor, small desk with keyboard, and a chair are built right into the bookcase. The workstation is surrounded with bookshelves. The Cabinet Chair features a built in computer monitor and keyboard and a clean room chair that make this the perfect place to stop and surf the net  It’s really a space saving furniture that can be easily installed in a small bedroom,…

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Creative Shark Socks

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Creative socks designed made by Lisa Grossman. It looks like the shark has already swallowed your foot and is now up for the leg, while his other mate only have the toes left to munch on. To make the sharks look more realistic, some of them even have little Remora fishes attached to their bodies with Velcro stickers. This…

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Artist Dito Von Tease from Italian has made portraits of famous faces by using his own fingers as the canvas and then uses computer software to add features that make them immediately recognisable as famous faces. His portraits include impressive depictions of historic figures such as Ronald McDonald, Mona Lisa and Steve Jobs to characters including Avatar and…

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Examples of Knolling for Designers

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Knolling is the process of arranging everyday items neatly and simply in a way that’s visually pleasing. There’s something quite therapeutic about seeing regular, ordinary objects laid out so uniformly and it’s hard to say exactly why. For me, at least, I find the clean, organised layout of everyday items quite calming and – talking…

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