Posts Tagged ‘Fashion’

This Week’s Most Appreciated Projects

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:


Fashion Photographer Dominik Tarabanski plays with diluted backgrounds, disappearing fabrics and unique movement in his recent photo story “Transitions.” See the full project here.


In Marcelo Schultz‘s new Behance project he shares a poster he designed for Harley Davidson as well as insight into his process with sketches and a ‘making of’ video – this is a great way to convey the way you work in an online portfolio! See the full project here.

Chrysler and John Varvatos Launch a new Design Competition on Behance

Behance hosts competitions for organizations and brands that wish to celebrate and engage creative talent. Creatives can submit past projects , avoiding any spec-based crowdsourcing, and an expert panel of judges select finalists.  To check out upcoming competitions at be.net/competitions.   

Chrysler has teamed up with world-renowned fashion designer, John Varvatos, to develop the 2013 Chrysler 300C John Varvatos Limited Edition. To celebrate this collaboration, Chrysler and Varvatos are hosting a 2-tiered design competition on Behance! Please visit: be.net/competitions/chrysler for more info on rules, awards, judges & how to submit.

Please note: You can submit any past project to participate. If your work is selected, you could receive $1,000 and the opportunity to participate in round 2. If your work is selected from round 2, you could receive $5,000  and  a trip to L.A. for the 10th Annual Stuart House Benefit.

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Most Appreciated Projects on Behance

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:



Reynolds & Reyner  was asked to develop a new visual identity for a small Finnish company whose primary goal was to stand out against the competition. The design studio took this task to heart and went all out with playful package designs for the paint cans, editorial-style instructions and promo pieces that are mini works of art. Besides, who says paint cans can’t be beautiful? Check out the full project and a sneak peak into the studio’s process here.


Created for Serbian fashion magazine, FAAR, this collaborative project brings spring to life. Behance member Becha collaborated with fashion designer Ana Ljubinkovic to create a color pallet and fantastical set. He then manipulated each image digitally to collate a collage-like spread. Each image is as rich and layered as the next, check out the full series here.

Highlights from our Curated Galleries

We created Curated Galleries to bring you a steady supply of top creative work, with each site streaming fresh projects in specific categories like architecture, packaging design and fashion. Our curation team combs through each and every project published on Behance to serve up the best of what they find. Click here to view the full selection of curated sites or visit the Galleries tab –> Curated Sites on be.net. Here are a few highlights from the galleries:


“Private House” by Simonas Slucka is a digital rendering of sleek home with floor-to-ceiling windows and clean lines, surrounded by tons of greenery. Recently featured in our Architecture Gallery, you can see the full project here.



San Francisco’s Ferry Building, a culinary mecca for local farmers, chefs and artisans inspired this private label brand of gourmet Italian food. The innovative designs include smart details like a box for dried herbs and spices that also functions as a dispenser. A recent feature on the Packaging Design gallery, check out the full project here.


As part of an editorial accessory shoot for Vogue magazine, the above photo is one in a series of four that reflect the zodiac signs Aries, Leo, Gemini and Virgo. Spotted on our Fashion Served Site, see the full shoot here.