Inspiring archive for 2011-07-01

Otherworldly Sculptures Scattered Around a Park

(3 years ago)
Many of you will head to London this summer to take in its rich art and culture. Head 200 miles to the north, however, and experience a strange and otherworldly exhibition that will surely knock your socks off! Now and until September 25, Spanish…

Youthful Photography with a Hint of Magic

(3 years ago)
About two years ago, Simon Filip joined Flickr and started to see inspiration around him everywhere. He became actively involved with the community and began learning from others. He found that photography could "capture memories and create…

Canada Day!

(3 years ago)
It’s Canada Day, eh! Grab yourself a beer and take the rest of the day off, you can tell your boss/teacher/mom I said it’s okay!

Story Behind that Yarn Street Art

(3 years ago)
A few days ago, we put up a few shots of some intriguing street art made of yarn and stencil. We found out that it took six hours to create but,…

Print inspiration | #289

(3 years ago)
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Daily Inspirations no. 202

(3 years ago)
Changeability is the characteristic not only for weather but it also often characterizes the world of art and its representatives. Artists adore changes – in the working and living surroundings, in hobbies and interests, and even in infatuations. They say changes give them fresh inspiration. There is definitely a certain link between changes and inspiration. [...]

Incredibly Realistic 3D Street Painting

(3 years ago)
I never saw none of those 3D street paintings in real life, but from what I have seen from photos it seems that this is pretty exciting kind of art. The most often motive of such street-paintings are holes, big holes at the middle of the road. So, if you suddenly stumble upon on a huge hole in front of you, while walking through the city, and if you see some skulls, skeletons and other unreal spooky creatures trying to reach you out, you should check first to see if it is painting before you start running.

The Odd Intricacy of Queer Imagination

(3 years ago)
The imagination of every person is unique and so much different from that of other people. Perhaps, that is the reason why we will definitely have different visions and associations pictured by our minds while speaking about some notions, things, or objects. Thus, if speaking about art, the average person will most certainly think about [...]

Liu Bolin Hides in New York

(3 years ago)
Liu Bolin never ceases to amaze us! The talented artist continued his Hiding In New York series on Greenwich Street at the …

Picasso Style Superheroes

(3 years ago)
What’s better than Picasso-inspired superheroes? Design company WonderBros made these awesome superheroes and other characters in the style of the famous painter Pablo Picasso. They've…

Man Made of Dice

(3 years ago)
Korean artist Kim Hyun is one patient man! He's constructed delicate figures by using wire and dice. To guide him, Hyun used plaster casts of actual people and then ran the wire through…


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