Usually, on Sundays, I set everything straight. It’s like hitting the reset button for the week.

I enjoy writing in a narrative style.

How did last week go? What happened? For instance, my productivity and creativity took a hit because I got too distracted and indulged too much in sweets and overspending. It’s my mind that spins these narratives, and it’s crucial to believe in them and not give up on the idea that I can change them.

What can I improve?

From an athletic and physical standpoint, I’ve kept up with my training consistently, and I’ve finally started incorporating some cardio into my intensive workouts, recognizing its importance along with muscle strengthening and nutrition.

Analyzing these narratives helps me identify the mindset I need to embrace for the upcoming week. Currently, it’s about fueling my passion and satisfying my drive to get things done.

Maintaining a balance among these factors is key. This balance unlocks the heart. The heart is that engine that drives us to act with the right spirit, body, and mind in harmony. Only when we love ourselves fully can we extend love to others.


Title: Love and Hate: The Paradoxical Relationship Between Two Profound Emotions

In this tumultuous period, I find myself grappling with the darkest facets of anger. It’s during these moments of emotional turbulence that I contemplate the profound connection between love and hate — two sentiments so similar yet diametrically opposed. Could they be the deepest emotions we’re capable of experiencing?

Love and hate, seemingly contradictory, are intertwined in a complex relationship that has fascinated philosophers, poets, and psychologists for centuries. At first glance, they appear as polar opposites, but upon closer examination, their similarities become apparent. Both evoke intense emotions, consume our thoughts, and drive our actions with unparalleled fervor.

Love, often portrayed as a force of unity and compassion, has the power to elevate us to great heights. It fosters connection, empathy, and altruism, inspiring acts of kindness and selflessness. It’s the foundation of meaningful relationships, binding individuals together in bonds of affection and mutual respect.

On the other hand, hate emerges from a place of profound discontent and aversion. It breeds resentment, hostility, and animosity, fueling conflicts and divisions. It can stem from fear, ignorance, or past trauma, festering within us like a malignant force. Hate blinds us to reason, distorting our perceptions and driving us to dehumanize others.

Despite their apparent differences, love and hate share a commonality: passion. Both ignite a fire within us, propelling us to action with unparalleled intensity. They possess the power to motivate us, driving us to pursue our deepest desires or to seek vengeance for perceived wrongs.

In their most extreme forms, love and hate can manifest as obsession, consuming our thoughts and dictating our behavior. They have the potential to lead us down paths of self-destruction or to fuel conflicts of epic proportions. History is replete with examples of love sparking revolutions and hate inciting wars, illustrating the profound impact these emotions can have on society at large.

But perhaps what is most intriguing about the relationship between love and hate is their capacity for transformation. Love can evolve into hate when betrayed or disillusioned, and hate can dissipate in the face of understanding and forgiveness. Both emotions are fluid, subject to change depending on our experiences and perceptions.

In essence, love and hate represent two sides of the same coin — the yin and yang of human emotion. While they may seem diametrically opposed, they are interconnected in a way that defies simple categorization. They remind us of the complexity of the human experience, encompassing a vast spectrum of emotions that shape our lives in profound ways.

As I navigate the depths of my own anger, I’m reminded of the delicate balance between love and hate. In acknowledging their interconnectedness, I strive to cultivate compassion in the face of adversity and to harness the transformative power of love to overcome the darkness within. For ultimately, it is through embracing love that we can transcend the shadows of hate and find true fulfillment in our relationships and our lives.

In the heart of many relationships lies a complexity that is sometimes challenging to articulate. It’s as if there’s a mask concealing the true essence of our feelings, and behind it lies a range of conflicting emotions that lead us to confront reality with a heightened awareness.

As I navigate the labyrinth of my emotions, I can’t help but touch upon the anger that, paradoxically, becomes a driving force, an energy that propels me forward even when everything seems stagnant. Yet, beneath this surface of anger lies a palpable sadness, a sense of dissatisfaction that I can’t ignore.

I find myself confronting aspects of myself that I’d rather ignore. Her habits become mine, her desires overlap with mine, and I find myself giving up the small joys of life that I could savor without her. But it’s precisely her, with all her imperfection, who seems to be the one with whom life has tested me.

And so, between the desire for freedom and the fear of the unknown, I find myself grappling with the labyrinth of my emotions. Perhaps it’s only through confronting these fears that we can hope to find the key to untangle this emotional knot and find the serenity we crave. But until we have the courage to look within ourselves and confront reality without masks, we’ll remain trapped in this emotional limbo, desperately seeking an exit that always seems to elude us.


Finally, I have the opportunity to work on my artistic path> The period I went through from 2018 to Covid was a period of premonitions-

I want to call it one of the darkest periods of my artistic experience; which has always been based on positivism. It was the first time I questioned: even the expressions of fear, crying, sadness, anger, or even violence … Were they also worthy of being considered artistic?

The Beauty in Brutalism

Design by Gabriel Boccuni from Instagram stories

The new decade unlocks myriads of incompatible combinations and immersive designs, united into one stylistic family — brutalism. Mark Alan Andre, a famous architectural designer said it once about brutalism in architecture, but it perfectly describes the essence of the concept in digital design too:

“I’m drawn to brutalism because of its simplicity and honesty to its materials. It’s a very “pure” form of architecture when it’s done well.”

This style is about brutal honesty without excessive decorations. It is characterized by deliberate plainness, crudity, or violence of the imagery. It is almost screaming about breaking the traditional rules.


I imagine what would it mean to live in a society taken over by some political institution.


2077- Premonitions


Kim Jong-un



Theresa May




Bill Gates

Cyberpunk Renaissance

“Science fiction is reality ahead of schedule.” — Syd Mead, Blade Runner concept designer

Animation by META on Behance

We can describe cyberpunk with nearly the same words since it’s a sci-fi sub-genre. It’s not easy to give a precise definition of cyberpunk.

This concept rooted in the new wave science fiction movement of the 1960s and 1970s and spanned film, fashion, and design industries. It is both a style in digital design and a massive culture. Cyberpunk features advanced science and technology in the future urban world. When you think of cyberpunk, you usually envision incredibly high skyscrapers, shimmering neon lights, futuristic color palette, and dystopian backdrops.

This style has become slightly kitsch in the digital illustration and motion design trends on the edge of millennials, but in 2020, it has gained a second life. Take your sunglasses and enjoy the dazzling and breathtaking blast from the past in the cyberpunk design examples provided below.


Ultra-Thin Geometry

“The line is a rich metaphor for the artist. It denotes not only boundary, edge or contour, but is an agent for location, energy, and growth. It is literally movement and change — life itself.” – Lance Esplund

Design by Eugene Paryhin

In the attempts to create new futuristic aesthetics, designers combine ultra-thin geometry with flowing liquid curves. This incredible mix of styles attracts many companies that incorporate these breezing aesthetics into their branding styles and visual materials. Below, you can see a few samples of the ultra-thin geometry implemented in ultra-beautiful designs, breathing with elegance and minimalism.

When we think of a form, the first thing we see is a line, defining the overall silhouette. The shape and nature of the object live in the line. It is the primary element of every image. This year, we can see the art of line in a very extraordinary form — ultra-thin geometry. It has already gained widespread acceptance in the electronic, industrial, and computer industries. However, in 2020, this style is gaining momentum in graphic design too.

Design by Demih Kodarlak

Design by Ian Douglas

Loud Bold Typography

“Be bold, proclaim it everywhere: They only live who dare.”- Voltaire

In recent years, bold typography has become a big trend. Saying “big,” we mean that it is literally gigantic. Just look at this huge typography below!

Design by Andy Selimov for Fireart Studio

If used in the right place and the right quantity, bold typography has the potential to uncover the brand’s soul, character, and mood. There are a few designers and entrepreneurs who are ready to apply this outrageous font style to brand identity. But, a sensei of typography who knows how to combine bold letters, colors, and digital design in a visual perfection, can bring a lot of popularity to a brand and admiration among a target audience.

Design via Sagmeister & Walsh

Absolute Monochrome

“Color provokes a psychic vibration. Color hides a power still unknown but real, which acts on every part of the human body.” — Wassily Kandinsky

Mono-mania obeys the hearts of many designers, brands, and customers worldwide. The monochromatic color palette has become widely adopted in the digital world. Today, we can see it in website design, mobile app design, branding, and other areas of design. It refers to the use of varying tones of a single color. It is versatile, timeless, refreshing, and easy to style.

Even though a monochromatic coloring operates around different hues of the same color, it looks much more exciting and unusual than plenty of other more “colorful” designs. Of course, the designer should be a real master to choose a tone combination that doesn’t look boring and, on the contrary, it evokes a lot of interest and visual satisfaction.

The particular value of monochrome is hidden in the ability to focus the viewer’s attention on the key elements in the content. It doesn’t distract with unnecessary details or switching colors. Monochrome brings the person’s high concentration on a promoted product or service.

Design by Rokas Aleliunas

Illustration by Dani Rayne

Mind-Blowing Art Collages

Collage by Jorge Torres

The art collage has become very popular in digital design during the last few years. It is an extraordinary visualization technique that implies an assemblage of different forms, materials, and sources, creating a new whole. It usually includes newspaper or magazine clippings, ribbons, bits of colored or hand-made papers, and photographs glued or photoshopped together on the canvas.

In collages, designers mix the worlds, the universes, and different angles of views on the same topics. They often try to create interesting visual effects tricking the eye and mind. The collage is one cohesive image constituted by several realities. Would you like to see what we really mean? Welcome to a few mind-blowing worlds introduced in these art collages.

Animated Collage by Andriana

Collage by Anna Yashina

Not Saying Goodbye

“If I had asked the public what they wanted, they would have said a faster horse.”- Henry Ford, Founder of Ford Motor Company

Animation by Aslan Almukhambetov

The functionality is the horse. One of the designer’s primary tasks is to endow this horse with a silver horn and airy wings. Besides the functionality, we also need a visually stunning design that inspires and lets our imagination fly high. Hopefully, these graphic design examples will help you give a fresh update to your art and empower you to do new creative experiments. Let’s move this world forward to innovation and unconventional beauty!

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