Behance is a great website on which you can showcase and discover the latest work from top online portfolios by creative professionals across industries. This is a great source of design inspiration for designers worldwide!
To inspire you today, we selected 20 inspirational Behance design projects you can analyze and study. These are created by some very talented and creative designers. Here they are! What do you think?
This is an Interview with the blog “Posting and Toasting” about the creation of the logo for the New York Knicks. This is a great post to read by graphic/logo designers who want to see how a famous logo creation process looks like.
AIGA’s (National Association for Design) Get Out the Vote campaign invited designers to create nonpartisan posters and videos that inspire the American public to participate in the electoral process and vote in the 2012 general election. It is very inspirational to see what great poster designs the students have created.
Watch the design process of the face of Watson – IBM Watson / 2010 / with Branden Hall. It is truly inspiring and fun to watch. Designers will learn many things from it.
Check out the illustrated lyrics of Hey Jude by The Beatles. The designer was experimenting with typography and Pantone markers. The result is truly amazing! Printed on 300gsm paper, 17 x 12 cm.
Dro.pt (@justdropt) is changing the way brands launch their collections online. The logo of this project is great, the depth achieved is an eye-catching effect with an elegant feel.
Frontage is a charming layered type system with endless design possibilities. The typeface’s design is based on a simple grid which creates the friendly, handcrafted look of facade signs. Learn more about it in this post.
This is an identity design project for Photographer Laramie Carlson. The logo was inspired by a camera lens; and the black and white color scheme is symbolic of the sharp, high-contrast photos that Laramie takes. Learn more about it on Behance.
This is a full CG personal artwork about one of the most beautiful cars of the era. This really breathes the atmosphere of the 70s. The designer did an excellent job on the materials and lighting.
Edrop was made to create an international awareness regarding usage of water, money and environment.
The Expressive Web is a visually appealing destination which served as a space for users to interact with and learn more about the new features available in HTML5. Learn more about the project on Behance.
Here are some fun illustrations for the romantic nerds we are. These awesome print posters can also be bought if you like them a lot!
Telemark is a monolinear slab serif influenced by the wide serif typefaces of the 19th century. Telemark is suitable for headlines and logotypes and complements script typefaces as well as any neutral grotesque.
The Film Exhibition is a collection of posters and designs done by this designer over the course of a couple of months. These are dear films of him and are presented in an array of designs, styles and techniques.
Renew is a solar battery charger that eradicates the confusion between fully charged and depleted batteries by a smart and simple reconfiguration of the way batteries are loaded and stored within chargers. The presentation of this product design is also inspirational.
Paris is a new typeface that inspired by the world of fashion. Paris Typeface should be in use by the most popular fashion magazines and super luxury brands. Paris typeface include awesome ligatures and sexy numerals.
Jaejin has used dynamic designs to showcase various concepts. Onstreet shows brand building elements used for the purpose of marketing and has features which are user friendly.
This project is inspired by the Triangulation invented by the mathematician Boris Delaunay in 1934. While the process behind is complicated, the result reduce an image to its essentials, creating the illusions of triangles, prisms and pyramids.
This is a collection of [seemingly] random visual ideas. This is a great inspiring illustration project which will surely inspire you too!
This is an illustration of a glorious cycling team. What this project has special are the simple forms and great application of color.
This is what the designer wishes the internet search will be able to do with a mobile device in the near future. Touch screen, built in camera, scanner, WiFi, google map (hopefully google earth), google search, image search… all in one device. Interesting!