All-nighters, limited funds, and not nearly enough hours in a day –being a student is tough! We recently ran a competition to celebrate the hard work and innovation of creative students, awarding prizes for the top work. Submissions were judged based on presentation, creativity, originality, thought-process and execution. Of the 2,000+ submissions, check out the lucky few who’ll be taking home a series of creative prizes:
Kachi-Katah, a transformative chair inspired by a Japanese flower, by product designer Masamune Kaji
A collection of oil paintings by artist Matthew Adelberg
Illustrations for an interactive e-book by illustrator Rafael Alvarez
A conceptual project with 3D modeling for a new Volvo model by automotive designer Alexandar Alexiev
A self promotional branding project by graphic designer Yerevan Dilanchian
Appreciations are a way to send genuine kudos to another creative professional on Behance. This is our community’s way of curating the network, so that the best projects gain the most exposure. Here’s a look at two of the most appreciated projects on Behance this week:
Ukrainian illustrator Andrey Koval takes us on a visual journey through the history of aliens (and their costumes!) in her recent project. Meet the full cast of extraterrestrial characters here.
Combining typography with automotive design, Chris LaBrooy‘s recent personal project has Behance members talking. See a few more detailed shots here.