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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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Pelican

The colors and details are spectacular!

 — via Alan Emery

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Self-Employment

Editorial illustrations about self-employment. Two characters from white and blue collar jobs look at each other within a mirror.

 — via Neil Stevens

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It’s Like A Jungle Sometimes

Wonderful set of colors being used in this one.

 — via Loulou and Tummie

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Phantom Manor

This photo of Phantom Manor taken in Disneyland Paris could be directly used for a horror movie poster.

 — via Tim Van Damme

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Melt

Love the merge/melt effect.

 — via Timo Kuilder

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Type Man

Lovely combination of 2D and 3D.

 — via Neil Stevens

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Derwentwater

A dramatic sky over Derwentwater in the Lake District National Park in north west England. Thankfully Chris Upton was on hand with his camera.

 — via Chris Upton

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164 WEST 136TH ST.

It has been a while since I last visited ‘The Windows of New York’. Here the one from 164 WEST 136TH ST. Harlem.

 — via Jose Guizar

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Northwest Airlines Fleet

I’ve always admired those vintage illustrated ads; This is one is from 1957 for the Northwest Airlines Fleet.

 — via Roger Wilkerson

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Sydney Word by Word

The colorful style of the Australian agency WBYK.

 — via WBYK

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Firenze

Very abstract and modern.

 — via Ray Oranges

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Are Your Friends Making You Fat?

Inspiring usage of vivid colors without being too overwhelming.

 — via Geraldine Sy

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