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Creative Inspiration From The Behance Network

Creative Inspiration From The Behance Network
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The Behance Network is the world's leading platform for creative professionals across all industries. Members create portfolios to broadcast their work widely and efficiently. Millions of visitors come to the Network to see the incredible work and find talent to hire.

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  • 20 july 2011


Egypt 22 Font (Free) by Ivan Kostynyk (Ontario, Canada)
Harken back to the very roots of typography – symbols, shapes and lines, in this type design. [Project Link]


I Can’t Seem To Get Rid of the Horses by Birgit Marie Schmidt (London, UK)
A collection that transforms the artist’s recurring childhood fantasy of wild horse adventures into a delicate jewelry line. [Project Link]

Celtic Explorations Annual Report 2009/2010 by jake lim (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
With a “no-bullshit” attitude, these branders stripped away the extra stuff and made a report that is bold, blunt, and minimal. [Project Link]

2011 by Raphael Vicenzi (Brussels, Belgium)
A set of layered, colorful watercolors seemly inspired by the mid-day doodles in your High-School composition book. [Project Link]

Some photos. by eme de M (Spain)
Her wall-art may express “a mixture of illusion and disappointment for the world that she lives in,” but we think her constribution make the world all the more beautiful. [Project Link]

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