Have you ever heard about Austin Kleon’s book “Steal Like an Artist”? The must-read for all creatives shares one curious idea on how to keep your brain constantly generating something new. In short, it implies research, analysis and modification of
The 20th century was commemorated by the stereotype that photography is a man’s world, and until very recently it was real. For instance, even in 2015, the World Press Photo and the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism published
Édouard Manet would have never become a renowned artist if he hadn’t displayed his scandalous “Olympia” at the Paris Salon; Van Gogh’s works were noticed posthumously only after they got into “the right hands” and were exposed at the exhibitions
Another story that touched me personally, and a photographer that illuminated a news story that has been hidden in the dark corners of the Internet. Jashim Salam is the winner of iPhone Photography Awards, who received the title of ‘Photographer
I stumbled on Dimitar Karanikolov’s work when putting together an article about top Behance projects. Something very particular caught my eye – a stunning collection of drone shot images of Inle Lake and Bagan. The familiar city on water which
Oleg Oprisco is a famous Ukrainian photographer that creates surrealist photographs with the help of his old Kiev film camera. His works are mesmerizing and take you to a mythical world, as if out of a dream. Oleg practically doesn’t
RooM the Agency is one of the notable companies contributing to our Focused Collection. Rarely do we get to hear from other platforms that are in a similar line of work. We had a chat with RooM to find out
Al Mefer is one of the artists featured in our selections of top photography projects on Behance. Al’s images are poetic and unique in their color schemes, taking us on a journey to far away lands. The images seem like
In a dystopian world, surely everyone imagines we’re surrounded by robots. Or are we part robots ourselves? Niko Photographisme explores transhumanism and robotics in his work, paying attention to meticulous details to show us a little peek into the future.
Behance gets millions of views each month. It’s hard to get noticed, but the projects that do get exposure are a bundle of inspiration. We picked some of the most appreciated photography projects on Behance for inspiration and little motivation.