10 Magical Masterpieces to inspire you

10 Magical Masterpieces to inspire you


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28 March 2016


10 Magical Masterpieces to inspire you

“I dream my painting and I paint my dream”

-Vincent Van Gogh

Isn’t this true? You imagine, you dream and then you create. Exactly like poetry, painting is such an exquisite form of communication. It may be a communication to the world or maybe to your very own self. Many people refer art as visual poetry and it is true in every sense. You know the best part about this form of art? There are absolutely no rules, no right way to do things no wrong way. You are perhaps the creator and the sole decision maker, your imagination is your master and you can go as far as you please; there is no stopping you. With the advent of digital media and buzz, digital art is the modern day artist’s window to unleash his or her creativity. Take a look at these magical masterpieces that will inspire you.


01©Mat Miller
02©Archan Nayar
03©Olka Kostenko
04©Mark Summers
05©Ana Gomez Bernau
06©Rahaf Dk Albab
08©Nityanshu Sharma
09©Alfred Basha
10©Pete Lloyd

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We want to send a big thanks to all those who participated in the contest and helped make Inktober, initially created by Jake Parker in 2009, a success with Inspiro India this october (2016).

Featuring series of inspiring images by creative heads from all over the world everyday as ‘iidailyinspiration’.
To contribute, send your work at info@inspiroindia along with subject: ‘iidailyinspiration’, your name and location. Eg. Subject:- iidailyinspiration+name+location

Today on International Women’s Day, we have curated artworks and photographs from 10 Creative Heads who inspire us and wish they inspire you too!

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Aniruddha Das was born in Kolkata and is a true Bengali at heart. He loves the city and all that it has to offer which naturally makes him a huge football fan. He played the sport when he was younger and was even offered a semi-professional training though unable to pursue due to his knee injury.


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