Behance: Most Inspiring Creative Projects This Week

Every seven days one of the leading platforms for creative professionals across all industries brings us a round-up of the ideas that are inspiring them, and highlights the young professionals who are creating them.


The Future of Food by Zim and Zou (Nancy, France)
Inspired by the latest technology in food, the 3D Foot Printer (yes, this really exists), a paper-craft hamburger to cover an issue of Icon Magazine.  [Project Link]

 


HTC Rhyme Accessories by Pedro Gomes (Portugal)
Ever had the problem of missing calls because your phone is buried in your bag? The HTC Rhyme offers a product to solve this problem, as well as the above, a cable-less bluetooth. [Project Link]

 


Heroes for Hire by HMT Studios (Quenzon City, Philippines)
What would a Job Ad for a Marvel Superhero look like? A poster series that puts our desk-jobs to shame…[Project Link]


FC Barcelona Vintage Football Cards by Diver & Aguilar (London, UK)

In the late 1800′s, cigarette companies began putting a single Football card in a pack of cigarettes to stiffen the pack and create brand loyalty. In 2011, these vintage cards were recreated to brand the Barcelona Football team. [Project Link]

 


Churchill Intergenerational Hub by Joshua McAlister (Melbourne, Australia)

A stunning modern design and a plan for each room (from a library to a town-hall room to rentable community classrooms)- what more could you want out of a Community Hub? [Project Link]

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