Creative Inspiration from the Behance Network XXVII

Creative Inspiration from the Behance Network XXVII

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. Behance aims to change that.

  • 17 march 2010
ilustracion 2010/03 by Dmitry Ligay (Tashkent, Uzbekistan)
This super-trippy illustration set’s hyper-realistic pencil drawings (combined with mixed-media and colorful swirls) result in poignant social commentary. [Project Link]
Intricately detailed portraits of notables,  created entirely out of their medium of choice (8mm film for Alfred Hitchcock, cassette tape for Bob Dylan). [Project Link]
Jonas Eriksson by Jonas Eriksson (Malmo, Sweden)
The artist’s personal site for web design/dev work, displayed in intuitive minimalism. [Project Link]
Threshold Pt.3 by Julian Hibbard (New York, NY)
A photographic series in which the subjects are at first glance, realistic, and upon further examination, a bit “off.” [Project Link]
In this web design project for National Geographic, the designer places bold, eye-catching photographs front-and-center. [Project Link]


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