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20 Attractive Online Fashion Stores Websites for Inspiration

20 Attractive Online Fashion Stores Websites for Inspiration

September 17th, 2014

We have brought together a collection of the best and most stylish looking online fashion store websites. All the websites in today’s collection are exclusively designed to inspire all the designers. They are so beautiful …

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“Skateographie” – Skateboarding-Tricks Illustrated by French Artist John Rebaud

September 16th, 2014

The “Skateographie” series of French-based graphic designer and illustrator John Rebaud shows some of the most famous skate tricks in pretty posters like the Ollie, Kick Flips, Nose Grinds or the Hand Plant. Read …

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55 Decorating Ideas for Living Rooms

55 Decorating Ideas for Living Rooms

September 16th, 2014

Thinking about finding the right decorating ideas for living rooms can be pretty scary. All of a sudden, in fact, you find yourself in front of an ocean of possibilities, furniture, colours, and you feel lost, hopeless. If …

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Fantasy Illustrations by Eric Summers

Fantasy Illustrations by Eric Summers

September 16th, 2014

Collection of amazing fantasy illustrations by Eric Summers. Visit Eric Summers

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Dragonball Z by Phuwadon Thongnoum

Dragonball Z by Phuwadon Thongnoum

September 16th, 2014

Set of animated cartoons by Phuwadon Thongnoum. Visit Phuwadon Thongnoum

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Exvoluta Series by James Roper

The ‘characters’ within my new Exvoluta series attempt to embody in the form of Hindu-like deities the many different qualities of their ultimate source, the vast array of images sourced from the Internet. They are distorted archetypes, Saints, or more appropriately for the modern age Superheroes of material excess. By drawing comparisons between the aesthetics of modern consumerism and that of religious iconography I hope to reveal how these conventionally separate visions (materialism vs. spiritualism) are in fact no different. The feeling of hope bound up within the consumerist vision of shiny surfaces and perfect bodies is no different than the magisterial depictions of heavenly abodes and fantastical miracles, they both promise a permanence, a glossy infinity that will never succumb to the muddy entropy of the natural world.

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

Exvoluta Series by James Roper

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Michael Dachstein

Inspiration junkie :)