Behance: A Danish Inspired Typeface, Hipster Cartoons And More Creative Inspiration
In this week's column from the Behance Network we see the projects that are both made by and inspiring today's young creative professionals.
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.
A Peek into the Lives of Folk Like You & Me by Gerardo Blumenkrantz (NYC)
A hilarious illustration set brought to you “from the wrong side of the brain.” The artist may claim to depict the lives of you and me, but we’re not so sure about that…[Project Link]
Asgaard Typeface by Florian Runge (London, United Kingdom)
We love it when an infatuation turns into something awesome! This typeface, inspired by 20th century Danish designs, was heavily researched, then created during a weeklong typeface design workshop. [Project Link]
Homenaje Al Cuadro by Pablo Guzman (Medellin, Colombia)
When the art isn’t the art, but the spectators. A tribe to the painting and the viewer that turns the traditional viewing experience back ‘atcha. [Project Link]
Baghdad Today by Marieke van der Velden (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
“This is the story of two Dutch women going to Iraq to meet ordinary Baghdadis.” A compelling photo-journalism set jumping from day-to-day events like weddings and school, to sobering shots of the wreckage of war. [Project Link]
Music Tribes by Jonathan Williams (Aberdeen, United Kingdom)
Meet the “Earnest Pitchforker: this librarian bohemian is both gentle and brutal, much like her death-metal themed cupcake business.” There’s 9 more hilarious music tribes ahead! [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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