Art Center Launches a Network on Behance

We’re pleased to announce that we’re now powering a creative network for Art Center College of Design. You can now visit their custom Network to see work from students, alumni and faculty members, grouped together in a single gallery.

Check out this motion graphics piece made to celebrate the launch, created by the Behance Student ambassador at Art Center, Yomna Chamcham and Kevin Wansa.

Visit the Art Center Network

Fast Company and Adweek cover new Behance-supported co-working space, Grind

Grind, a new co-working space for creative professionals, launched this month, backed by ourselves at Behance, and Cool Hunting, Breakfast, and Co Collective.

As a workspace and community that eliminates all the frustrations of working “the old way,” Grind will “support talented professionals in their independent careers with a great environment that enables them to do their greatest work on their own terms.”  (Scott Belsky)

Fast Company
Co: Collective Founders Launch Coworking Space “Grind” In Heart of NYC Startup Scene

Adweek Article
Grind gets boost from Behance, Breakfast

“Trash Land” Project + ProSite featured on CNN Homepage

“Trash Land”, a project posted on Behance, got some powerful exposure last week with a front-page feature on CNN. The photographer, Jose Ferreira posted this project on his Behance Portfolio and his online portfolio (powered by ProSite), which is linked in the article. The photo-slideshow and article feature a shocking glimpse into a garbage dumb in Maputo, Mozambique’s capital, and how many are forced to make a living from the waste.

Read: Life in ‘trash land’ captured by photographer

TechCrunch Chronicles Behance’s Growth – 1 Million Projects Published

The TechCrunch Blog published a piece today looking back at Behance’s founding 2008 mission to “put control back into the hands of creatives and give their ideas the opportunity to see the light of day” and how far we’ve come three years later.

Behance has revealed a few new, cool stats to TechCrunch, which provide a glimpse into the network’s growth. Today, over 1 million projects have been published by creative professionals on Behance, with over 20,000 new projects launched every week that contain over 100,000 images and videos.

Read Full Article:
With Its Eyes On ‘The Creative Graph,’ Behance Crosses 1 Million Projects Published Milestone

Men’s Health Loves Action Cahiers

Men’s Health, looking for the perfect notebook for paper-lovers, seems to have found it in reviewing the Action Cahier.

The Action Cahier is a task based notebook. Items “to-do” go into boxes, and there’s checkboxes to note completion. And this notebook is part of a whole line of different notebooks and pads, all based upon a lofty action methodology — which you can love or hate independent of loving the notebooks themselves. And we decided to love the notebooks.

Read the full review here:
Behance Action Cahier pocket notebook

NY Egotist Features Behance Community Manager, Sarah Rapp

The NY Egotist – a blog featuring content at the intersection of tech & creativity – interviewed Behance’s Community Manager Sarah Rapp, who acts as  “the eyes and ears of Behance.”

Check out the article for insight on how the CM Team at Behance gets the community pumped up, turns feedback into real improvements, and how Community Management is about much more than Social Media.

“The Eyes and Ears” of Behance: Interview with Community Manager, Sarah Rapp

Belsky Speaks at Mashable Conference

Earlier this month, Mashable posted video highlights from their annual conference, Mashable Connect, which took place this May in Florida. Behance CEO Scott Belsky was a speaker – check out the video of him talking about organizing and empowering the creative industry, along with an introduction to ProSite (which we happened to launch that weekend).

Watch the video here: Scott Belsky at Mashable Connect

I.D. & Behance come together to launch “I.D. Mag Online Design Showcase.”

Today I.D. Magazine re-launched as the online design destination with a completely re-designed website at In partnership with Behance, this new design destination showcases the best in product industrial design being created today.

The new features user-submitted designs that are carefully curated to offer readers the most innovative work happening today, and our partnership with Behance enables winners of the Annual Design Review — I.D.’s prestigious annual design competition with an October 1 entry deadline — the opportunity to be featured on the homepage of The site will be backed by a strong social media presence (Twitter: @IDOnline Facebook: focused on the larger design conversation.

During its more than 50 years in print, I.D. Magazine was well-recognized as the leading design magazine, garnering a passionate following and multiple National Magazine Awards.

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