The entire idea of value emerging from sharing, collaboration, and use of knowledge - as opposed to treating knowledge as a scarce resource that should be owned and protected - is anathema to the 20th century knowledge owners, who are fighting hard to protect their turf.
Hopefully this inspires some young designers to get offline for a moment, soak up some history, and fuel their originality through knowledge.
If you aim to create something remotely worthy of delivering the same inspiration that image gave you, it has to be purely genuine and from the heart.
It's ok to say "I like this texture" or "I'll use a typeface like this". But if you can't take it somewhere new, you've missed the point of being inspired and are now part of the problem