Inspiration Monday 6/6

Inspiration Monday is a collection of posts IMGers have found interesting. It may be cool artwork, an interesting article, a tool to help with work or just a funny video to get your mind off of it for a while.

Hey everybody!

Today we look at an add-on that will make your online shopping break cheaper, some fun stick figure animations, and more.


I ran across this little add-on for Firefox that will find discount codes for whatever site you’re shopping on. Kinda cool.



People are already pushing the boundaries of what you can do with VR and how it can be used.


The Making of Mad God



Yeah, I’m still stuck on the tiny house and trailer thing, but they are so freaking cool!



Here are 6 exercises for designers when you just don’t feel like being creative. They are designed to get you out of your slump and back on track. The last tip is to enter design contests, they even have a list of them at the bottom of the article.





These record covers were generated by playing the music on the ink .



Weird and oddly like Bosch or Tim Burton



Alexander Jansson does these really fanciful illustrations, check out his site for lots more images. I really like Mr Puppethead.



Misty Copeland made history as the first African American Female Principal Dancer with the American Ballet Theatre. In this Harper’s Bazaar piece she recreates Edgar Degas’ paintings of ballerinas.



Pencilmation Cartoons, really fun animations.


And Sunday Funday


Marfa is this tiny town in West Texas where the landscape is rugged and vast and has inspired artists for decades.

Artist Donald Judd started acquiring properties and fostering artists in the 70’s, building permanent displays in concrete and aluminum.



Isaiah shared this story about using practical effects instead of computer generated effects.



Be inspired this week!

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