Daily Design Inspiration is just that. A daily dose of eye candy to highlight artworks that we find for your viewing pleasure and inspiration. Here are the many illustrations and paintings of the childhood fairy tale by the famed Grimm’s Brothers, Hansel and Gretel. As we all know, the German fairy tale is not quite wholesome [...]
From The New York Times Magazine Design Spring 2010 issue pictorial titled ‘Hedge Fun’, showcasing trends in furniture.
Prehistoric parasites meets global warming in this flesh crawling horror story. At a research station on Banks Island, a remote region of the Canadian Arctic, Dr. David Kruipen (Val Kilmer), a renowned environmental advocate, and his team discover the real horror of global warming is not the melting ice, but what’s frozen inside it. While tracking [...]
Talented is an understatement when describing Canadian artist Tanya Miller’s work.
Check out this sweet video called ‘Pixels’ by Patrick Jean (at One More Production), by which NYC gets the pixelated treatment. Multiple video games are referenced. See if you can guess them all.
Sean Greene says “My paintings are rooted in intervals of color that provoke the fleeting sensations of light animating space. Bands of colored light are paths, traces of motion that lead the eye through a space and around a surface. They evoke written languages like Arabic or graffiti—illegible to most but loaded with expressions of [...]
Helmut Newton is a famous photographer who primarily specialized in fashion photography early on but later became well known for his portraits of nude women. Some photos in this post might be NSFW.