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100 Beer Bottle Caps For Inspiration

Two years and a month ago, I opened one of the best Christmas presents I could’ve ever imagined, a subscription to a particularly nice Beer of the Month Club. I’ve always been a fan of craft beers, but not just for obvious reasons…

Poster Designs

45 Creative Poster Designs

One of my favorite forms of finding inspiration from the works of others is through poster designs. The large canvas opens up a variety of options for designers to display their creative skills in many different forms. Some are minimal and focus more…

50 Remarkable Black And White Images Of People

50 Remarkable Black And White Images Of People

In photography, we often rely on color to help define the images that we capture. When this variable is eliminated from the equation, it completely changes the way that images are shot and even perceived. Other elements such as lighting, shadows…

random images showcase

50 Really Cool Random Images For Your Inspiration

Over the past couple of months I’ve set a folder aside in my browser specifically for random pieces of inspiration that have caught my eye. Anytime I came across an image that I thought was rather cool, I dropped it in the folder. In no time the…

35 lion logos

35 Killer Examples Of Lion Logos

Often used to represent pride, strength and of course the top of the food chain, the lion is one animal that can make for a great logo mark. In this showcase I’ve hunted down 35 of some of the best lion logos on the web for your inspiration…

60 Amazing Typography Posters

60 Amazing Typography-Based Posters

Designing a typography-based poster that actually works is not an easy task. With the spotlight turned towards the typeface itself, many different variables from placement to color to the chosen font all have to work together. Not everyone can pull it…

Pencil vs Camera Showcase

Brilliant Examples Of Pencil vs. Camera

The Pencil vs. Camera series sprung from the mind of an artist by the name of Ben Heine. The basic concept is to take an existing image, lay a torn piece of paper over it and let the pencil and creativity flow. This crossbreed of photography and sketching…