Daily Design Inspiration is just that. A daily dose of eye candy to highlight artworks utilizing graphic design, painting, illustration techniques, or computer graphics, that we find for your viewing pleasure. We have a special edition today…Alice in Wonderland.
Who doesn’t love Alice in Wonderland? No one it seems, as indicated by Tim Burton’s film breaking records, with the opening weekend tallied at a staggering 116.1M at the box office. On that note…it’s a perfect opportunity to showcase some cool art works that are Alice in Wonderland themed for you inspiration. It is amazing how many different interpretations can be made.
This last one reminds me of Picasso’s Guernica.
This is what the world will be coming to soon. Good ol’ paperbacks might soon be extinct or a specialty item. So laugh now. Cartoon by Jeff Stahler.
As creepy as it might be, I really like this. It’s morbidly curious and the silver ornate piece that allows it to be hung is really cool. A conversation piece if I ever saw one. But obviously not for any PETA petitioners!
A vintage Black Forest Hunting Relic! These were worn to adorn a traditional folk costumes and thought to bring good luck and protection while hunting. The pendants were regarded as supernatural objects and each piece was endowed with a special mystical power: to protect, to ward off sickness, strengthen the body, and keep away evil spirits.
You can by the piece from LadyLavona on Etsy for $125.00.
Impressive and heartfelt animated story by Ian Worrel, about an innocent day spent between a man (who looks like a little Moses) and his huge cat companion, that leads to consequential circumstances. Accompanied by Renaissance music which is a great backdrop to the story. A must see.
Part steampunk, part bionics, and part taxidermy, these animal sculptures are truly amazing.
Paper cutting art is like stippling, it requires a steady hand and loads of patience and we should admire anyone who does it. We recently came across Helen Musselwhite’s extraordinary hand cut paper art and had to share her works. Here are some samples…