I used a quote from an original poem by Janelle Pierangelino and the other person she worked with. I chose the quote“.. the waging war between logic and passion” . This inspires my by getting my to think. Life does often make you choose between logic and passion, never finding a happy medium. Everyone argues passion is the better side, and that logic holds you back. But that’s a misconception. While passion and logic can never coexist, they can work in tandem. Passion motivates while logic makes things possible. It’s training yourself to exercise both an equal amount that will move you forward in life.
This quote inspired my Zen, self reflective moment. Bam. Inspired
I used Christina Hendricks picture of steps from her photo safari as one of my inspiration works. I just really love this picture because the steps look marble, and I like to imagine they lead to a different world. It captures urban beauty, and on top of that, the lighting and contrast are fantastic.
For one of my inspiration pieces I chose to use a What’s the Error? assignment. My computer crashed while I was originally trying to write this post, so I lost the original link to the inspire page, but I did upload it. Anyways… I chose this, unconventional piece of work to be part of my inspiration not because of WHAT it inspires me to do, but more of HOW it inspires me. I’ve never been good at these things, but I still like doing them because of the challenge that it gives me.
This inspires me to push my own abilities, and even though it’s hard, it’s how I learn and better myself as an individual.
I chose Stephanie’s Eye Selfie to use as one of my inspirational pieces. You literally can’t go wrong with an eye picture because they’re all so expressive and capture your unique color(s) and print, like a fingerprint. It seems like the longer you stare at it, the more influenced you are by it’s emotion, and you connect to something.