“Every new idea you have is rooted in one or more old ideas you have encountered in the past. So, when you find yourself in a creative rut, you need to start thinking about which of your memories is influencing your creativity. Why are you interpreting the creative problem you are solving in the way you are? What aspects of your experience are driving you in that direction?
Then, you have to change the memories you are using. There are several ways to do that:”
Art Markman for 99u
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Love! the logo for Dunkin Donuts!
The simplicity and playfulness of colour and rounded type perfectly gives you that fluffy, sweet, deliciousness of dunkin a donutin your coffee. 
Te type alone would work, but that iconography of a cup with curly lines just gives it 110% cute-awesome.
Makes me hungry!

Love! the logo for Dunkin Donuts!

The simplicity and playfulness of colour and rounded type perfectly gives you that fluffy, sweet, deliciousness of dunkin a donutin your coffee. 

Te type alone would work, but that iconography of a cup with curly lines just gives it 110% cute-awesome.

Makes me hungry!

Surreal illustration of sachinteng.

Those object dissections are something tasty.

What a set of visually intriguing imagery, eh?

The imaginative talents of David Mackie of The DM Collection juxtaposes familiar animal forms with senses of surrealism. 

Playful proportions and stunning colour using a 2-D approach.

Check out some shots on his blog with works in progress. 

Too good!

“Humility (adjectival form: humble) is the quality of being modest, reverential, even politely submissive, and never being arrogant, contemptuous, rude or even self-abasing”

Spanish illustrator Raquel Aparicio. http://www.raquelissima.com

What a beautiful display of craftsmanship and imagination. All those textures and watercolour work has got to get you salivating. Gentle complimentary colour and subtle line work sets the perfect mood in each piece. 

What a beautiful gift! 

Ivan Aivazovsky (July 29, 1817 – May 5, 1900), “[…] most famous for his seascapes, which constitute more than half of his paintings. Aivazovsky is widely considered as one of the greatest seascape painters of all time.

originals

Spectacular colour!

(Source: admiralfitzroy)