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12/06/2012
Oil Paintings of Retro Vehicles by Kevin Cyr

Kevin Cyr was born in 1976 in Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada. He grew up in Madawaska, Maine and received a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. Cyr is currently based in Brooklyn, New York. He commemorates commercial vehicles inundated with graffiti and rust, working vehicles, and well-traveled recreational vehicles. At a fist glance I thought these were just illustrations created with Adobe Illustrator, but boy was I wrong. The most mind-blowing part about Kevin’s drawings, is that they’re all oil paintings. His attention to detail fooled me and made me appreciate his beautiful work even more. Kevin has been featured in numerous publications such as Juxtapoz, The New York Times, Classic Driver, Walls & Frames, Dandyhorse Magazine, and much more. Currently he is on the move showcasing his work at art exhibitions. The latest one is called; In Praise of Rust. It is running May 19—June 16, 2012 at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. So if you are in NYC be sure to check it out! “In a culture in which people are easily lured by the appeal of status-enhancing symbols, I find beauty in derelict cars and unkempt landscapes. I have always been interested in painting vehicles and scenes that have defined the evolution of the American landscape.” - Kevin Cyr Note: All Rights Reserved by Kevin Cyr. Check out our previous articles: 30 Astounding Historic Works from the Momentus Project 50 Fascinating Illustration Designs and Photo Manipulations 70 Powerful Examples of Minimal Movie Poster Designs 50 Outstanding Illustration Designs for Your Inspiration 32 Highly Classified Korean Illustrators Did you enjoy this article? We would love to hear your thoughts, so don’t be shy and comment below! Please don’t forget to subscribe to our RSS-feed or follow Inspirationfeed on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook! If you enjoyed the following article we humbly ask you to comment, and help us spread the word!

11/06/2012
Outstanding Illustrations by UK Artist Petros Afshar

Petros Afshar is an up and coming graphic designer born in London, England. He Specializes in Typography, Print making, Logo design, Illustrations and Gardening. Petros has a proficiency in working within professional environments as well as having a g...

08/06/2012
30 Cool Food Logo Design Ideas

After the industrial revolution in the 19th century advertising industry gained the boom with the advancement in the technology. It is said that “that shows that sells”. Now a day’s every trademark or the big industry has their logo and design which represent it and the customers also follow it. The logo of a product is telling about the quality of the product or even the story of the product. Top sellers are very cautious while selecting the design, style, theme and color of their products logo. Artwork along with alphabets and numeric are usually used in logos. A strong ideogram with a company name supported by a symbol is the main style used today. The logo is the identity and quality of the brand. It is also the acceptability in the eyes of the customers, as they buy the products of good brands without any reluctance. Companies are going towards branding of products and so as customers. Different color of logos are used to represent different products like; Red is used to gain attention on highways or to represent something important Red, white and blue are used for patriotism in US Green represents hygiene and health Light blue or silver is for diet food Lower saturation shows quality, reliability or mix traits. 01. Corner Sport Cafe & Restaurant 02. New logo proposal 03. Chicks n Salsa 04. Zambuka 05. Danny Boy Catering 06. TOASTEA 07. Biel 08. Yellow 09. Salutar 10. Pacific Fish Grill 11. Taco Sliders 12. Ice Cream Love 13. Cia do Suco 14. Tour De Pizza 15. Sips & Soups 16. Newcastle Food & Wine Festival 17. Blake Makes 18. Plated 19.  COCO cafe 20. L’assiette Restaurant 21. Almeda Bakery 22. Chicken Hut 23. Bio Organic 24. Bite Spokane 25. Networked Food System 26. Cristiane Tecchio 27. Cal’s 28. Foodmobile 29. Soulful   30. Panetteria Don’t forget to check out our previous logo related articles! 55 Pleasant Examples of Bird Logo Designs 30 Clever Logos With Hidden Messages 40 Alternative Brand Reversions by Graham Smith 30 Memorable Logo Identities by Gert Van Duinen 20 Fictional Logo Designs for Your Inspiration Did you enjoy this logo collection? We would love to hear your thoughts, so don’t be shy and comment below! For more inspirational articles like this please don’t forget to subscribe to the RSS-feed and follow Inspirationfeed on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook! If you enjoyed the following article we humbly ask you to comment, and help us spread the word!

07/06/2012
18 Creative Elevator Advertisements

Key ad exposures include when consumers are leaving and returning from work, go to buy groceries or go out for evening entertainment. Our world is saturate with logos, ads, and brands. Coming up with fresh exiting material is becoming a harder task, because many ideas have been already implemented. You have to come up with something that slap the competition in the face while maintaining originality. It’s not an easy task by any means, but there are still a handful of creative geniuses out there pushing the limits. Today we will showcase some inspirational examples of creative elevator ads. These adverts are bound to make you look twice. According to statistics the average number of riders in a high-rise building is 500 people per day. These ads cannot be turned off like tv ads, and by some people are viewed more than once a day. Some experts even say that elevator advertising reduces vandalism in elevators by giving riders something to do between floors. Swiss Skydive: Elevator Oreo: Elevator Kagatani Knife: Elevator Achilles Forklift Air Aisia Becel: Take action. Love your heart Coca Cola Zero Divorce Lawyer Superman, The Movie: Elevator Great Lakes Science Center Bodyworlds 2: Elevator Gold’s Gym: Elevator Folliderm: Bald man Volkswagen: Hospital elevator Movie: Kill Bill Maxwell House: Morning Alarm Resident Evil Stop abuse Plastic Surgery Clinic: Be Born Again For inspirational purposes, check out our previous articles! Why You Should Consider Poster Advertising Sex Sells, 45 Creative Sexual Advertisements #2 50 Creative & Effective Advertising Examples 20+ Environmental Awareness Advertising Campaigns 35 Creative McDonald’s Corp Advertising Practices Did you enjoy this article? We would love to hear your thoughts, so don’t be shy and comment below! Please don’t forget to subscribe to our RSS-feed or follow Inspirationfeed on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook! If you enjoyed the following article we humbly ask you to comment, and help us spread the word!

25/05/2012
20 Excellent Abstract Illustrations by Russ Mills

You might have already heard of Russ Mills. If not, let us tell you who this incredible artist is. Between urban fine art and contemporary graphics, Russ creates collisions of real and digital media with a firm foundation in drawing. He mainly focuses on the human form, particularly the face, interweaving elements from the animal kingdom often reflecting the absurdity of human nature. Graduating from Leeds Met University in 1995, after completing a BA in Graphic Art and Design, Mills started finding gainful employment in various non-creative institutions. Starting with the basics, he began working with pen, pencil and a computer. Russ has spent almost 20 years crafting his skills, absorbing influences from every facet of visual culture and archiving found objects and ephemera to substantiate his work. He has worked as a freelance illustrator with numerous clients in publishing and entertainment, more recently pursuing the more traditional gallery/exhibition path with solo shows in London and Bristol and group exhibits in the U.S. Numerous sell out print releases and coverage worldwide. Today we present to you some of his greatest creations. Enjoy!   Note: All Rights Reserved by Russ Mills Check out our previous articles! 40 Exciting Occupy Movement Poster Designs 25 Pictogram Music Posters by Viktor Hertz 25 Mind Blowing Matte Paintings by Marek Okon Kaleidoscopic and Hypnotic Geometric Compositions by Andy Gilmore Think Invisible: Negative Space Posters by Adri Bodor and Mark Szulyovszky We hope you enjoyed this collection and hopefully got inspired! We would love to hear your feedback, so please don’t be shy to comment below! For more inspirational articles be sure to subscribe to the RSS-feed and follow Inspirationfeed on Twitter+ Facebook! If you appreciate our work, please share this article with your peers!

11/05/2012
Print not Dead: 25 Creative Bookmark Designs

Spoiler alert: Believe it or not, physical books are not dead. The only thing that the Kindle cannot do, is have that beautiful brand new book smell. Bookmarks are available in a huge variety of materials with a multitude of designs and styles from which to choose. Today we decided to showcase some examples that push the limits and are far from ordinary. Enjoy! Note: All images are linked to their source. Leaf-it Bookmark Post-its by Sangwoo Nam – Appree Authors & Bookmarks by Cemal Günü?en Ninja Bunny/Bear Bookmark Stickies Silver Bird Metal Book Mark Propaganda Help Bookmark Hana Fusen Note Tags Handy Bookmarks Golfer Bookmark Hogri Bookmark Terminix Advertisement Bookmark iPhone Icons Paperclips & Bookmarks Favbook by Ilshat Garipov Wicked Witch Bookmarks by Woodland Honey Bookmark by Es Collection Pointing Finger Bookmark Monster Bookmarks by Noodoll Puffy Bookmark Fairy Tale Bookclip by i3Lab Bookmarks for Penguin Books’ all-time classics Jacket+Bookmark by Icoeye Magnetic Photo Bookmark by Photojojo Pagecues by London Design Studio Haptic Penna by Nothing Design Studio Save Bookmark by icoeye Spectacles Bookmark by arkndesign Check out our previous articles! 5 Apple Concepts We Wish Were Real 60 Examples of Innovative Lighting Design 50 Unique and Unconventional Bookcase Designs 30 Adventurous Public Bench Designs 30 Beautifully Complex Watch Designs 15+ Cool Sticky Notes You Can Buy We would love to hear your thoughts, so don’t be shy and comment below! Please don’t forget to subscribe to our RSS-feed or follow Inspirationfeed on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook! If you enjoyed the following article we humbly ask you to comment, and help us spread the word!

09/05/2012
Generic Movie Covers

Recycling is good for the environment, but the story is not the same when it comes to film covers. Now I don’t want to make it seem that I’m completely bashing this industry, believe me I love well made movies, however I feel like pushing...

09/05/2012
30 Jaw Dropping Infinity Pools from Around the World

An infinity edge pool also goes by the name of negative edge, zero edge, infinity pool, disappearing edge, or vanishing edge pool. Infinity pools are simply swimming pools which give the illusion that they go on into the horizon, as if they go on forever. In reality, the water flows over one or more edges creating this ‘vanishing’ effect. The infinity pool design concept is said to have originated in France, where one of the first vanishing edge designs was utilized in the “Stag Fountain” at the Palace of Versailles in the early 1600s. Relaxing in this utter luxury is not cheap. Infinity pools are very expensive and require extensive structural, mechanical (hydraulic engineering) and architectural detailing. You will mostly run into these types of marvels at exotic resorts, exclusive estates, in advertisements and in other luxurious places. Lusting at these stunning images creates a desire for one. Below we have listed thirty jaw dropping infinity pools for your inspiration. Enjoy! Note: All images are linked to their source. Private Pool, Greece Casa de la Flora Alila Villas Soori, Bali, Indonesia Adult Infinity Pool @ St. Regis Punta Mita, Mexico Infinity Pool @ St. Lucia Infinity pool – Amalfi Coast, Italy Zihuatanejo Mexico Intercontinental Hotel – Fiji Divi Little Bay Beach Resort – St. Maarten Infinity pool at Saint John Mykonos in Greece Sheraton Waikiki – Hawaii Kandalama Hotel – Dambulla, Sri Lanka Southern California at Dusk Hacienda del Alamo complex, Spain The One & Only Resort Reethi Rah. Maldives Sha Wellness Clinic Pool, Spain Elounda Gulf Villas & Suites @ Crete Island The Infinity Pool, 56th floor of Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool Alila Ubud Rangali Island Infinity Pool Marquis Los Cabos Shangri-la in Mactan Cebu, Philippines Golden Triangle Resort – Chiang Rai, Thailand Lake Manyara Serena Lodge – Tanzania, Africa Bali, Munduk Moding Plantation Bora Bora Infinity Beach Pool Bali Infinity Pool swimming to the edge of eternity. First Crescent Villa by SAOTA Ubud Hanging Gardens – Bali, Indonesia Tat Kuang Si Waterfall – Luang Prabang, Laos Check out more industrial based articles! 20 Valuable Treasures of Ceramic Art 5 Apple Concepts We Wish Were Real 30 Beautifully Complex Watch Designs 50 Unique and Unconventional Bookcase Designs 30 Adventurous Public Bench Designs Did you enjoy this collection? We would love to hear your feedback, so please don’t be shy to comment below! For more useful articles like this please don’t forget to subscribe to the RSS-feed and follow Inspirationfeed on Twitter + Facebook ! If you enjoyed the following article we humbly ask you to comment, and help us spread the word!

07/05/2012
Cleverly Hilarious WTF Posters By Estudio Minga

Estudio Minga is a creative studio based in Argentina. They started a project called WTF and with gaining popularity they had to come up with WTF2 as well.  What makes this achievement even better, is that it was started just for fun. These posters...

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