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We have created a list of a few of the very best graphic style portfolios on the 'display and find' innovative network for designers. Behance

With practically 30 million portfolio views in the previous 1 Month, Behance is rapidly ending up being the location to be for creatives. It's an excellent place to discover brand-new work and innovative motivation from leading graphic designers and companies.

However, with a lot of them to check out, it can be tough to understand where to begin. So to make things simple for you, we have done the effort and selected 30 of the leading graphic style portfolios that deserve an appearance ...

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01. Shane Griffin.
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Born in Ireland and based in New York City, Shane Griffin is a designer and artist whose work covers a series of disciplines, from animation and illustration to movie instructions and photography. His customers have consisted of Nike, Bacardi, and Adidas, and he's a founding partner at New York-based studio and artist representation firm Sunday Afternoon.

02. Andrew Fairclough.
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A self-taught illustrator, designer, and art director operating in Sydney, Andrew Fairclough began developing skate and snowboard graphics and has carried on to deal with leading customers consisting of GQ, American Express, Jack Daniels and Penguin Books. His work is influenced by mid-century area illustrations with a dash of classic sci-fi and comic art, and he takes pleasure in dealing with a minimal scheme to stimulate the fond memories and tactility of discovered art.

03. Maria Grønlund.
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Concentrating on logo designs and branding, Maria Grønlund is an independent graphic designer based in Lystrup, Denmark. Utilizing lively colors to stir the senses, much of her work has an abstract, dream-like quality to it. "I enjoy to experiment with words, colors, shapes, and designs to make all the elements play together like music," she talks about Behance.

04. Ruslan Khasanov.
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Russian digital artist Ruslan Khasanov focuses on graphic style, typography and illustration, usually blending all 3 in excellent speculative jobs. His work consists of Heat up (above), which is among numerous stunning videos where various colored liquids play spotlight.
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05. Violaine & Jeremy.
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Violaine Orsoni and Jeremy Schneider are a creative duo who run a graphic arts studio in Paris. Upon visiting their portfolio, you'll be welcomed with various amazing pencil sketches, along with numerous examples of tasks they have actually art directed, consisting of some spectacular deal with pattern publication Impact.

06. Juri Zaech.
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Juri Zaech is a Swiss art director, presently living and operating in Paris, France. While he works in marketing, he still makes time to finish little side tasks. Concentrating on typography, Zach develops motivating, and original typeface focused tasks that consistently, please.

07. Minga Company.
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Minga Companies are a style and imagination business based in Argentina who explain themselves as a lab of concepts. This illustration becomes part of a project produced for Nadir, a glasses, cups and mugs producer. The job, "Brando for doing" (I toast for that) reveals characters in various 'toast' scenarios. Have a look at their other spirited styles.

08. Viktor Hertz.
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Freelance style artist and professional photographer Viktor Hertz lies in Uppsala, Sweden. An expert in developing posters, he's presently a bit consumed with customized art film posters, however, aims to extend his innovative muscles as broad as possible. Have a look at his amusing recreated logo designs - this one we make certain we can all associate with!

09. Nicole Martinez.
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Nicole Martinez is an art director and designer based in Boston, U.S.A. Her styles function as beautiful tributes to charming characters and popular culture icons - we especially like her set of 'unpopular' illustrations, referred to as "figures for geeks in love." Who could withstand those cute faces?

10. Zim and Zou.
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Lucie Thomas coordinated with Thibault Zimmermann to form Zim & Zou, a French studio based in Nancy that checks out various fields consisting of paper sculpture, setup, graphic style, illustration. Both studied visual style for three years at an art school and now chose to develop certain items with paper and to take images from them, instead of making up images on a computer system.

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