Posts Tagged ‘Sculpture’

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. Here’s a look at two of the most appreciated people & teams on Behance this week…

On March 14th the Tate presented its inaugural opening show, a group exhibition of mixed works by artists and friends of curators, Marty Routledge & Christopher Loutfy. There Goes The Neighbourhood is an invitation to the creative community to take back ownership of the once-bohemian inner west suburb of Glebe. Luca Lonescu’s 3D sculpture (pictured above) appeared in this prestigious show, and on Behance as one of this week’s most appreciated projects.

The Polish agency, Ars Thanea, created a simple yet vibrant animation to promote the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering. As one of the most appreciated projects on Behance, it’s clear that Ars Thanea was successful in communicating such an important message in a unique way. Watch the animation here.

This Week’s Most Appreciated People & Teams

Here’s a look at two of the most appreciated people & teams on Behance this week…

Heikki Leis (Tartu, Estonia) is a photographer, sculpter and illustrator. Known for his hyper realistic pen and pencil drawings and compelling photography, Leis tells a different story with each work.

Levi van Veluw
created 3 rooms covered in over 30.000 wooden blocks, balls and slats each. These life-size installations were presented at a gallery in Amsterdam and shared with the world in image and video form on Behance. Check out the close-ups of these intricate creations.