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Creative Inspiration From The Behance Network

Creative Inspiration From The Behance Network

The Behance Network is a leading platform for creative professionals across all industries. Millions of visitors come to the Network to find talent to hire. This week we bring you some inspiration in the form of animated films for Coke to art made of pure gold.

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Jacaszek – Glimmer by Michael Cina (Minneapolis, MN)
“Gold leaf is as thin as air while also being one of the most precious metals in the world. This is a great visual analogy for what you’ll hear in this record.” [Project Link]


76 Synthesizer – Final by Jonas Eriksson (Sweden)
An iPad synth app, with a look inspired by the synthesizers from the 70’s, but updated for a modern aesthetic & vessel. [Project Link]


TRES CALACAS by El Grand Chamaco (Los Ramones, Mexico)
What’s ceramic, dead, and wears a cowboy hat? Quite an interesting mix of elements in these “day of the dead” posters. [Project Link]


“Happyfication” : Coke by Ryan McDougal (Los Angeles, CA)
A look into Coke’s “happiness factory” in HQ Atlanta, via a short animated film. [Project Link]

Paintings part 1 by Stefan Zsaistsits (Austria)
An oil painting set filled with lovable characters who seem to find themselves stumbling into surreal situations. [Project Link]

Behance is a company that organizes the creative world to make ideas happen. Creative thinkers – the people with the most ideas – often struggle the most with organization and productivity. We aim to change that.

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