Best of Behance

Since 2006, Behance has been the Grand Bazaar of the creative world, where creatives can post their work and companies can spot talent.

Millions of people use Behance, which is both a blessing (just about anything you want is probably there) and a curse (it can take a long time to browse, even in the curated galleries). For those of you simply looking for a jolt of inspiration, Adobe Create magazine offers its "Best of Behance" column. Each installment of the column focuses on a single artist or project.

Best of Behance: Ruslana Mirzaalieva

While still a student, this Moscow-based motion designer is creating diverse animation projects. 

Best of Behance: Brian Yap and Lidia Lukianova

These artists created two augmented reality concert posters—one for Mark Ronson and one for Saint Motel. Find out how they made print move!

Best of Behance: Shaivalini Kumar

Her self-initiated “36 Days of Type” project caught our eye.

Best of Behance: Maximilian Motel

A trip to Havana + a space suit = these evocative composites.

Best of Behance: Studio BBG

Mosaic signs in NYC subway stations inspired two brothers to create a typeface. 

Best of Behance: Zooscope

This design studio created a flexible identity design for these fragrant products. 

Best of Behance: Steeven Salvat

These illustrations of mechanical sea creatures made us say wow! 

Best of Behance: Vasjen Katro

Creating a poster a day led this Albanian designer to his own style. 

Best of Behance: Made of Electricity

A branding project, realized in neon, lights up the night in Poland.

Best of Behance: DIA Studio

They use After Effects for minimal motion design with maximum impact.

Best of Behance: Luke Choice

Check out Choice’s psychedelic GIF series.