Behance: Hand-Crafted Gin Labels, The Illustrated Communist Manifesto & More Creative Inspiration

Behance: Hand-Crafted Gin Labels, The Illustrated Communist Manifesto & More Creative Inspiration

Behance is the leading online platform to showcase and discover creative work. Creatives from across industries use Behance to gain exposure, attribution, and opportunity.

  • 14 october 2012

Each week, Behance – 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 you thinking and making.

James Stewart Centre for Mathematics by Garth Zimmer (Toronto, Canada)
The challenge: turning one of the oldest buildings on a campus into an interactive space for the study of mathematics. The results took interior demolition down to the the concrete post-and-beam construction, imposing a highly modern interior onto the historic Collegiate Gothic exterior. [Project Link]

Book – Nordica Libros by Fernando Vicente (Madrid, Spain)
Illustrating The Communist Manifesto. No surprise, these illustrations use quite a bit of red. [Project Link]

The Nike Cortez Brothers by Creature Freak (London, United Kingdom)
Watch these Nike sneaker-inspired tokyoplastic characters go from sketch to sculpture to animation, and beyond. [Project Link]

St. George Spirits Illustrated Labels by Steven Noble (Petaluma, CA)
Three gin flavors with three labels, each with an icon to match. Pick your poison between a dragon, a bear trap, or the bear itself. [Project Link]

Family / Origin of the Beginning by Levi van Veluw (Arnhem, Netherlands)
Levi van Veluw’s intricate, life-size installations go to an entirely new level in this piece that incorporates his entire family. [Project Link]

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