Here’s a look at some of the most appreciated projects and Creative Professionals of the week on Behance.net…
Floating X Graphics Designed
This simple description says all you need to know: “Weightless: an exploration into floating vehicles.” This is all you’ll get in the way of “how” or “why” but you won’t care as soon as you see said floating vehicles. They’re fascinating enough to hold their own without context or explanation. A very cinematic, atmospheric set of images.
The Lullaby – Time Lapse Film
I have to say, time lapse videos of crazy-intricate work being created is one of the most satisfying things to watch (sped up, at least). You get all the payoff with none of the work or patience. The artist, Joe Fenton creates a sprawling, stunningly detailed pop-art mural.
This boutique studio delivers graphic design and new media solutions to clients from their Warsaw office. Take, for example, their latest, a branding set for juice company Honne. Behances had a big response this week to these food labels for four flavors of fruit juice. This profile is not a “one hit wonder,” as all of their 22 projects have appreciations in the hundreds.
Dmitriy Rebus Larin
He seems to be a man of few words (and those few are in Russian), but boy, does he post some beautiful illustrations. From a Warwhol inspired soup-can labeled “freedom,” to his portrait of a “convict tea-party,” his work is beautifully done, but with a message, delivered in his signature sarcastic style.