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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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Indoor Cycling x Les Echos

Special set of color combinations! They radiate the energy that’s needed for these indoor cycling workouts.

 — via Maïté Franchi

Belgian Google Doodle

It’s been awhile since I featured some new work from KHUAN+KTRON. Here’s something they created for Google Belgium.


Mind Against

The thick lines work wonderfully together with the watercolors.

 — via Giulio Iurissevich

Yosemite National Park

Fall scenery in Yosemite National Park

 — via Earth

“Paris” Heys Luggage

Such great colors and natural flow in this new piece of work by Riccardo Guasco.

 — via Riccardo Guasco

White Sculptures

Series about the flexible boundary between architecture and sculpture in Calatrava’s architectural language.

 — via Sebastian Weiss

Aurora over Álftafjörður

Seeing the Aurora in Iceland is definitely on my list of wonderful things to do. One day…...

 — via Rebekka Guðleifsdóttir

Wall Street Journal - Off Duty

Admiring the sharp angles used in the faces. Wonderfull shadows too.

 — via Dean Gorissen

ADER Error

New work from Maria Svarbova. I think when you look at this you’ll know it’s Maria from those famous pool series.

 — via Maria Svarbova

Pulplin city

Pulplin city and the history of Blue Army mural.

 — via AQ studio

Yellow Place

Bar Menu illo for ‘Yellow Place’ cafe. Love how he played with color surfaces.

 — via Sergiy Maidukov

Gloria Rutter

Visual identity of the “ESPE - Assonance Choir”, mixed choir of over a hundred people. The two tone color theme works well.

 — via Graphéine

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