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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Soft and furious

Just imagine you are there.Those orange fire in sky tones are pretty spectacular.

 — via Elena Morelli

How to manage your checking account

What a awesome idea to use a revolving door to illustrate ‘how to manage your checking account’.

 — via Davide Bonazzi

Emu Bikes

A series of illustrations created for Emu Electric Bikes and their advertising campaign, showing the bikes in the various environments of the countryside, suburbia and the city.

 — via Neil Stevens


One of the nicest 3D illustrations I have seen lately. Great tones. Be sure to check the other ones out as well.

 — via Lesha Galkin and Olia Marchenko

Dreamy Twilight

I hear the sound of the waves in this lovely scene. Another example of wondrous gradients.

 — via Elena Morelli


Another one from the classic travel poster collection. In this one the typography and the colors are the stars.

 — via Anderson Design Group


If you need proof that nature is a master in creating the nicest gradients this picture on the Faroe Islands by Dan Rubin would be it. Just look at that!

 — via Dan Rubin

Summer Ici Paris XL

This new work for Ici Paris XL is using miniature versions of Miami and Santa Monica created in cardboard. The products are the actors in the artwork and they blend in so nicely. Nice use of colors!

 — via Adrian & Gidi

Gebrauchsgrafik 11-1953

Created by Heinz Schwabe in 1953 for Gebrauchsgrafik.

 — via Ideenstadt Düsseldorf


The colors let this vintage travel poster shine.

 — via Anderson Design Group

The New New Economy

So good and so much detail. Adore the minimal color choices, subtle gradients and shading.

 — via Justin Mezzell

Faroe Islands I

The Faroe islands seems like a nice place to snap some beautiful pictures. Love how the color of the water contrasts so nicely with the soil/grass.

 — via Dan Rubin

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