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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Coffee Wars

Fun illustration for an article on escaping the clutches of the hipster barista invasion.

 — via Dean Gorissen

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New Recipes

Colourful things always attract my attention.

 — via Ross Moody

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UEFA EURO 2016 Poster Series

Sean Ford created a real fun and inspiring personal project for the UEFA EURO 2016 campaign.

 — via Sean Ford

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Sprout

Sebastian Weiss’s photography is fuelled by his interest in unique architectural urban shapes.

 — via Sebastian Weiss

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Thirst too, seeks quality

I love these vintage ads to study the textures, the transparency in the vase, reflection. This one is a old Coca Cola ad from 1950 from the USA.

 — via Design is fine

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Önundarfjörður

Abandoned house in Önundarfjörður in the West Fjords of Iceland.

 — via Rebekka Guðleifsdóttir

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The New Yorker - Malika

New work by Malika Favre for The New Yorker.

 — via It’s Nice That

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Material I-II

atthias Heiderich inspires me to lookup & try to spot patterns in buildings when walking around in the city.

 — via Matthias Heiderich

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Life — Love — Home — Time

A very colorful 4x4 typographical illustration about the 4 elements on which human existence is based: Life, Love, Home, Time.

 — via Federico Landini

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American Psycho

Re-interpretation of the movie poster for the classic American Psycho. A personal project by Tomasz Majewski.

 — via Serial Thriller

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The Art of Storytelling

Very nice metaphor to use books as house to make you think about the stories behind each of those windows.

 — via Dean Gorissen

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Great Sand Dunes National Park

This looks like it could have been shot at the Sahara but it is in fact taken at the Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado.

 — via Daniel Burka

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