Behance powers custom networks for top art and design schools, giving students, alumni and faculty the opportunity to showcase their work. We’re thrilled to announce our two newest custom networks for MICA, the Maryland Institute College of Art, and Academy of Art University.
Browse MICA Portfolios.
Browse Academy of Art Portfolios.
Did you know that Behance also powers creative networks for organizations and schools? This is a great way for individual communities to share their work, while providing users with added exposure. Some of our current partners include organizations like AdWeek and the Creators Project that all Behance members are welcome to join, as well as exclusive networks for schools like RISD, SVA, Art Center and SCAD – where students, faculty & alumni can showcase their work.
This week we look at some recent automotive projects from Art Center students studying Transportation Design:
Mixing mediums, like watercolor paints and digital renderings, Dwayne Vance, created these original prints for Texaco Car of the Decades. Vance is an Art Center Alum who graduated from the Transportation Design Department, and is now the Founder/Creative Director of his own art and design agency, Future Elements. Check out more of Vance’s automotive-themed designs here.
John Anthony Sahs was so inspired by the futurist car models that he first saw in Art Center’s catalog, that he had to create a series of his own. Today, Sahs works as a car designer, turning his ideas into a reality, and his latest project Shape the Future, is a 3D virtual world showcasing what Sahs believes are the vehicles of tomorrow. See the full project here.
The Creators Project is an ongoing global arts and technology initiative created by Intel and Vice to support visionary artists, musicians, filmmakers and designers around the globe. Their curated gallery includes projects from the Behance Network that celebrate creativity, culture and technology. Here’s a look at one of this month’s featured works:
Barcelona-based designer Oscar Delmar created a series of letters out of cardboard and lights to create a 3D sign. Merging his design background with sculpture and industrial concepts, Delmar reinterprets the classic movie poster title in his Monster series. Check out the behind-the-scenes from his process and the finished piece here.
Did you know that Behance powers creative networks for top creative schools and organizations? Our partners include RISD, VICE, SVA, AdWeek and more – for a full list visit “Organizations & Schools” in your Galleries tab. Every few weeks we include a roundup of projects from one of our partner sites, so that you can see the great work they’re creating.
At the end of each month The School of Visual Arts, based in New York, publishes a roundup of the most viewed projects on their gallery. Here are their top 3 from May:
1. SVA Undergrad Hui Min Lee‘s “Born Again” project featuring Lada Gaga for the Chinese edition of V Magazine.
2. SVA Alum Eric Wagner, who graduated with a BFA in Computer Art, for the “Greatest Card Trick Ever.”
3. Advertising and Graphic Design major, Melanie Chernock, for “The Metrocard Project.”
To discover more creative work by SVA students, faculty and alumni visit SVA Portfolios here.
Today we’re very excited to announce the latest site powered by Behance; RISD Portfolios. RISD, the Rhode Island School of Design, is one of the oldest and best-known colleges of art and design, so it’s only natural that they wanted to created a custom network to empower the creatives in their community.
RISD students, faculty and alumni are invited to join RISD Portfolios – an exclusive network – to gain broader exposure for your work, connect with other RISD students and alumni, and be discovered more easily by potential clients, recruiters and creative enthusiasts.
Click here to join RISD Portfolios now, it only takes a few seconds to signup.
We’re excited to announce our newest gallery site designed especially for students! Now you can showcase and discover creative student work, browse projects from both undergrad & graduate-level students from institutions around the world, and check out our curated gallery with handpicked student works.
The Behance Student Show is a great way to gain exposure for current students at any level by allowing them to easily share their work, collect feedback, browse hundreds of professional creative jobs and get hired.
You can sign up for the Student Show here by creating an account or using your Behance login. To browse creative portfolios visit the Student Show here.
Our network of Served Sites is growing
These industry-leading galleries feature top Behance Network projects by category. Our curatorial team selects projects that move creativity forward, offering more opportunities to be featured and giving your work even more of the exposure it deserves.
We’re proud of the team for the great work they put into the launch of these new sites, as well as the creative talent on the Behance Network, who consistently uploads so much quality work that we’re able to easily fill 10 Served sites (and then some).
This week marks the launch of 5 brand new sites:
Visit our other Served Sites: