Behance: What Is Inspiring Creatives Today?

In this week’s dose of creative inspiration from the Behance Network we see a fashion ads embellished with paper crafts and much more.

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.


North Northwest Beginnings by Julian Calverley (United Kingdom)
Calverley’s obsession with the Scottish countryside started as a young boy; now, he’s devoted to creating these other-worldly landscapes, photographing before dawn or after dusk. [Project Link]


ANTIANTI by Michael Ostermann (Vienna, Austria)
“Open Your Third Eye” was the theme for these chilling pieces that will having you double-taking. [Project Link]


Les Ambassadeurs Magazine #08 by Nicholas Zentner (Switzerland)
For their “White Issue,” this editorial designs uses paper craft to create a unique visual effect that lets the advertised watches stand in the spotlight. [Project Link]


The Solar Annual Report by Mathias Nosel (Munich, Germany)
A branding that is at once wildly clever and meaningful: this report for a Solar Company is invisible until the sun’s rays fall on it!  [Project Link]


Physical Models by Andrew David Green (Manchester, UK)
Many of us haven’t made a “model” since middle school, so you’ll be blown away by what one made by a professional looks like. [Project Link]

 

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