My name is David York Münster. This is my life's weBlog, containing inspirational and creative topics I come across living the life of a multimedia designer. Some posts are of personal nature, others are just pictures or texts that spark my creativity and interest in life. For more info about the design work, visit my alephdesign portfolio available in English and Deutsch. Comments and questions are always welcome!




Corpus Libris Project by Emily Pullen




Ô les mains by Babak meets Jeffrey




Fellow Commuters by October Jones




Light and Shadow Art by Fabrizio Corneli




Hidden Faces In Everyday Things by @FacesPics




The Brown Sisters by Nicholas Nixon


In 1975, Nicholas Nixon began his project, The Brown Sisters consisting of a single portrait of his wife, Bebe, and her three sisters each year, consistently posed in the same left to right order. As of 2010, there are thirty-six portraits altogether. 



Human Iris by Suren Manvelyan







Portraits Génétiques by Ulric Collette


“Genetic Portraits” is a series by Canadian photographer Ulric Collette in which he blends the portraits of two members of the same family into a single face. It’s interesting to see the similarities and differences among people who share DNA — especially when there’s identical twins.


Born in 1979, Ulric Collette, self-taught photographer, studied art and graphic design in Quebec city in the late 90s and now work as art director for Collette, a communication studio in Quebec region.










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Suspended Colored Fluid Photos by Luka Klikovac

“Demersal”: Photographer Luka Klikovac captures this amazing images of colored fluid suspended in the depths of dark water.


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