We have featured VELKRO in the past and we will definitely continue that tradition because we love their work. For this post I’d love to share a beautiful Illustration and motion design project created by them in 2019. The idea was simply to celebrate summer and translate that to a greeting card to send to friends and clients.
Shangning Wang shared a personal project/ concept project/ student thesis project for the branding for COP 25 UN Climate Change Conference. Shangning discloses that this is not the official branding design of the event. This one was not selected by the event.
Dana Hora shared a web design project titled Flowering. The work is for the design of an online store for a studio that makes flower bouquets. The task was to create a high-quality, well-thought-out and convenient website where you can buy flower bouquets and flower decor from the online store.
In light of the recent release of Zack Snyder's Justice League, (I couldn’t sit through the four hour cut but Fabio did) we’re thrilled to share some of our favorite works of an amazing female artist behind the imagery, specifically Cyborg aka Victor Stone.
The NFT hype is definitely invested and here to stay. Most of our social feeds have been since submerged with so many digital works that it's getting hard to keep track of it all. Most of them are honestly brilliant, stunning, meaningful, and some others...well, that's why we are here!
Katt Phatt™ shared a beautiful 3D project on Behance featuring some ornate and highly decorative design. A typographic piece which accentuates curves within typography. With the addition of 3D to further enhance the effects. The tools used were: Autodesk 3ds MaxPixologic ZbrushCorona Renderer.
Braz de Pina shared a super complete branding project for a fictional company called HyperCommute. The project was part of an interview process, but for me what is more important to highlight it is the step by step design process, from problem definition, references/inspiration, concepts to the final solution.
Alexander Schoenberg is an award winning fine art and street photographer based in Hamburg, Germany. Looking at this work, you understand why. He shares some incredible photography series on his Behance profile, some in black and white, while some at times, with simply beautiful compositions.
Andreion de Castro shared a motion design post where he plays with typography and movement. "POEMS: VOLUME II" is a collection of quotes and lyrics taken from a range of songs and movies inspired by Andreion’s taste in music and cinema. “My intent with the animations is to evoke emotions and feelings; Something we can perhaps resonate with.”
DEBUT's design team shared a beautiful branding and visual identity project for Alive Parts. With the motto “We believe technology is at its best when it feels alive”, the designers from DEBUT looked from inspiration in the 80s, my favorite decade and by now you know where this is going.
Robinson Cursor has been exploring with typography for a while. I am a fan of the collections he shares on his Behance and asked if I could share one of them here with you all. I selected the 2020 series because, well, 2020 was a totally atypical year. That affects all aspects of our lives, including our design outputs.
Vitali Zahharov shared a really stylish branding, product and UX design for Muko© Los Angeles. Vitalin hasn’t shared much information about the project, but we really love the overall look and feel with the beautiful typography and layout compositions. The project was commissioned by MODDEN
MORPHORIA COLLECTIVE shared a super stylish editorial design project for Poly – short for polycentric – just like the Ruhr region. Once a year, the English-language magazine guides travelers and locals through the metropolitan region. The pioneering function is already visualized in the logo on the cover.
João Teixeira shared another beautiful industrial design project fully rendered in 3D using Blender. Minimal yet sophisticated, and slim were some of the keywords while designing the Loop desk. The name derives from the way the monitor stand is designed, looping all around the table top in a seamless way.
If you haven’t already peeped the buzz, we couldn’t help but share one of the most shocking marriages of two icons…..PEEPS® and PEPSI. As we gear up for our second low-key Easter holiday this is the kind of joyful news we need.