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A meticulously curated place of repose, a wellspring of inspiration

Nurture your creativity! Please sit back and soak in all the design goodness I discover as I explore print & web design, photography, art, type, and more. Updated frequently, this rich resource reflects my true nature: I'm a color-lover at heart. Follow The Inspiration Stream via RSS

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Balanced life

Love the hairline steer and wheels… super cool.

 — via Frederique Matti

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Escada

Wonderful usage of vivid colors used in this fragance brand illustration.

 — via Mads Berg

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Second Thought Poster

One of winners of Communication Arts 2017. Love the duplicity in here.

 — via Magoz

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Belgian Headwinds

Beautiful! However when your legs don’t want to cooperate it can be a something else.

 — via Matt Blease

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Nature Prints

A selection off recent prints created with a wildlife theme. Go see the others.

 — via Neil Stevens

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California Sunsets

Such a beautiful shot with a perfect fly-by by those birds. Amazing colors.

 — via earth

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La maison à travers les âges

The surreal world of Sébastien Plassard.

 — via Sébastien Plassard

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Poste Italiane

Nice perspective and I love the radio.

 — via Andrea De Santis

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Hacking - Crayonfire

An editorial illustration for DB Magazine in US on the subject of the dangers of hackers within the hospital system.

 — via Neil Stevens

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Golden light at Paris

Beautiful timing to get that amazing golden hour work for you. Combine that with Paris and you get this.

 — via Nathalie Geffroy

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Otto

Lovely birth card that part of a design that folds out. Be sure to see the inside.

 — via Jacques & Lise

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Anna Magazine

Illustration for an article on Swedish fashion bloggers influence on current Scandinavian make up trends.

 — via Cajsa Holgersson

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