Behance: What Is Inspiring Creatives Today?

Behance: What Is Inspiring Creatives Today?

In this week's dose of creative inspiration from the Behance Network we see a hand-knit cityscape on a nightclub flyer, and much more.

  • 8 february 2012

Each week, Behance Network — The Creative Professional Platform — brings us their picks for the most inspiring projects curated from their recent archives. Members create portfolios to broadcast their work widely and efficiently. Millions of visitors come to the Network to see the wide variety of work and find talent to hire. This week some creative inspiration to get get you thinking and making.

MAISON DU BATIMENT D’AQUTAIN by Pawel Podwojewski (Gdansk, Poland)
Winning first prize in a French Architecture Competition, this stunning structure’s heavy use of straight lines makes for an almost hypnotic visual experience. [Project Link]

Knitted City – Ministry of Sound by Naju (United Kingdom)
An entire cityscape, knitted & hand-stitched to life for this nightclub’s summer flyer. [Project Link]


Bad Finger by El Grand Chamaco (Los Ramones, Mexico)
Getting a kick out of the creations made using a finger-drawing app: The artist adds a little something extra to these Mexican vintage photos. [Project Link]

Event & Music Website by Martin Oberhauser (Hamburg, Germany) 
This design for an event listing website has been described as: “Clean, crisp, fresh, well organized, and usable.” Highest compliments out there for a UI designer! [Project Link]


Vision Magazine China by Ashkan Honarvar (Utrecht, Netherlands)
Alexander McQueen-inspired collages, playing with ideas that fascinated McQueen himself, like strength, fragility, and motion. [Project Link]

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