Behance is pleased to welcome Josh Spear (of JoshSpear.com and Undercurrent) and Tina Roth Eisenberg (of the popular design blog swissmiss and swissmiss studio) as our first Guest Curators for the Behance Network Gallery.
Guest Curators are invited to explore the Behance Network and gather a collection of projects that they wish to feature on the main gallery page. Their collections are viewable by the 250,000+ Behance Network visitors every month. Just visit the main Gallery page and select a guest curator collection beneath the filters on the left.
Curator Collection: Josh Spear
Curator Collection: swissmiss
Guest Curator Bios
Josh Spear, as one of the youngest brand strategists in the world, is regularly sought out for his fresh perspective and no-holds-barred style of consulting on everything from design and gadgets to authenticity and word-of-mouth. His recent focus has been the power of the blogosphere, technology, and the impact this new media is having on the world. In addition to JoshSpear.com, his internationally recognized trend-spotting blog, he is the co-founder of Undercurrent, a digital think-tank focused on exploring new ways to reach young people without interrupting them. Josh has appeared in Time Magazine, the New York Times, Flair Italy, Chicago Tribune and many other major media outlets. A passionate and well received speaker, Josh has presented for such diverse clients as McDonald’s, Leo Burnett, Columbia College, Community Next, and the Google Zeitgeist conference in Europe.
Tina Roth Eisenberg grew up in mountainous Switzerland, influenced by renowned Swiss design and a lot of fresh air. In 1999 she followed her dream and crossed the Atlantic to design in New York. Since then, Tina has worked at several prominent NYC design firms, including Thinkmap, Inc., where she served as Design Director and designed the award-winning Visual Thesaurus. She now runs her own design studio, swissmiss studio, with recent clients including the Museum of Modern Art and the Food Network. Tina’s aesthetics reveal her Swiss roots ” she is a firm believer in white space-driven, clean, elegant design solutions. Tina is often referred to as swissmiss, her popular design blog.