Behance’s search results have actually been what has gotten me work. A high school in San Francisco contacted me to use a logo I did for a West Side Story production. I happily accepted but refused payment.
It was great to see the logo get a second life and be used again. They were nice enough to send me a t-shirt, playbill and postcard. They also had their art students reproduce the logo in chalk outside their theater.
I’ve also had several other random e-mails asking about my work on Behance. I have one simple tip. Name your files appropriately and in the right context. Use the captions as well to help explain your work.
Connect with Adam Neff on his Behance profile.