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In From up North’s inspiration galleries we present the latest of our findings from the wonderful world of design. Amazing high quality artworks in various categories from great designers all over the globe.

Photoshop inspiration

Photoshop inspiration

Photoshop inspiration

Photoshop inspiration

Photoshop inspiration

Photoshop inspiration

Photoshop inspiration

Chicken
ChickenSubmitted by Latote

Photoshop inspiration

Photoshop inspiration

Photoshop inspiration

Photoshop inspiration

Photoshop inspiration

Photoshop inspiration

Photoshop inspiration

Evil Dead 30th AnniversarySubmitted by Daniel Eek

Photoshop inspiration

Finally Free
Finally Free Submitted by Joe Nicklo

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  • impressive collection of images :)
    i like the one from shadowness – NEPTUNE !!!

  • Really great pieces!

  • I love the type on the bruce campbell poster.

  • Inspiring collection again ! the 2nd and the 3rd from above are great ! thanks for sharing and posting my own work !
    appreciate it Daniel !

  • amazing selection!!!! thanks for sharing my image! i really appreciate it!

  • WOW…thanks for shared my work ..glad to know that! awesome collection!

  • Thanks for this post! A lot of great work and thanks for sharing my Evil poster :)

  • ltr

    Superb series! thx for sharing!

  • Kevin Wilson

    Great collection. How would did the artist create the “shatter” texture on the “Violence of Indifference” 19th picture down from top? is it a variety of images used or did the artist draw each individual “shard” ? genuinly interested how to achieve this whole look? Feel free to email me?