Behance: Custom Fixed-Gear Bikes, Classic Poster Design & 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.
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.
Peoples Meeting Dome by Kristoffer Tejlgaard and Benny Jepsen (Copenhagen, Denmark)
When building a venue for debate on the future of housing, a standard exhibition tent will not do. This space stuck out, inspired and invited inside. [Project Link]
myownbike – individual singlespeed & fixie bikes by dieTaikonauten (Berlin, Germany)
Custom bike manufacturer gets a custom site design that shows off the endless possibilities, plus a brand full of character. [Project Link]
Chocoflowers by ChocoToy (Caracas, Venezuela)
Strange and beautiful flowers that pale in comparison to your average bloom. These illustrations have shine, vibrancy, and shapes beyond nature. [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.
During a webinar on Thursday July 13th at 10am, the PSFK research team will be presenting findings from our most recent report, Future of Manufacturing. For this project, we looked at how brands and organizations can meet elevated consumer needs and combat increased market competition by leveraging connected technologies that give total insights to manage their end-to-end operations and the opportunity to integrate cutting-edge technologies to reinvent supply chains.
Christina Agapakis, creative director at Ginkgo Bioworks, discussed how she uses her background in science and collaborates with engineers, designers, artists and social scientists to explore the many unexpected connections between microbiology, technology, art and popular culture.