11. Rob Pratt
In 2016 Rob won gold for AMD Radeon at the Marcom Awards, and silver at the Transform Awards for his work on branding with Pariti Finance. His portfolio is a brilliant mixture of letterpress business cards, web design and leaflets and brochures.
12. Joshua Davis
With over 37,000 followers and over 85,000 project views, Joshua Davis's graphic design portfolio is well worth a look. Based in New York, Joshua is an artist, graphic designer, and technologist producing both public and private work for companies, collectors, and institutions. Since 1995, he's been using technology and computers as a medium to create projects.
13. Alexandra Bruel
Paris based graphic designer Alexandra Bruel has been causing quite a fuss on the Behance network thanks to her quirky clay creations. This poster in particular was done for the Virgin Media Shorts contest, which focuses on up-and-coming filmmakers.
English monthly magazine Creative Review commissioned illustrators from the Handsome Frank agency to create a poster for each selected film. There are even some 'How to' pictures, which allow you to gain an insight into Alexandra's extraordinary work.
14. Andreea Niculae
Andreea Niculae is a Senior Digital Designer for Johnsons Cars, as well as a freelance web designer and illustrator. She is based in Worcester, England.
Her Behance profile demonstrates the scope of her talent, including the above design for Tru Fonix EP Swear Down and a series of posters depicting important scenes from iconic movies including Trainspotting.
15. Josip Kelava
The last thing Josip Kelava's university tutor told him was that "The worst thing a designer can do is not get noticed.” From those words, he understood that it wasn't about making something look good, but creating an emotional response that meant more than just a pretty picture. Take a look at his portfolio and you'll see how he conveys this in his branding work.
16. Rizon Parein
Back in the early nineties, Rizon Parein started off as a graffiti writer with a strong passion for 3D letter styles. When leaving school at the age of 17, he started working with graphic design.
The past few years he has worked more and more with photographers; integrating models into 3D architectural and graphical sceneries.
17. Dan Mountford
Although graphic designer Dan Mountford currently only has three project folders to feast your eyes on, they are absolute stunners. His Double Exposure Portraits folder holds a series of photographs demonstrating the technique of superimposing two or more exposures to create a single image.
Dan is based in Brighton, England, and has worked with the likes of The Economist, Urban Outfitters and New Scientist Magazine.
18. Jessica Walsh
Based in New York, Jessica's clients include The Gap, Pepsi, Capitol Records and the NY Times Magazine. Moreover, she was previously named Computer Arts' Top Rising Star in Design - an accolade that proved true!
19. Petros Afshar
Petros Afshar is a freelance graphic designer based in England's capital. He is a man of many talents, specialising in graphic design, typography, print making, logo design and illustrations.
He already has an impressive client list, which includes Nickelodeon, Microsoft, Google, BBC, Hugo Boss, Nike, Puma, Adidas, Disney and Red Bull.
20. Yurko Gutsulyak
Yurko Gutsulyak has been working in the graphic design industry since 2005. Due to the success of his projects, he founded his own graphic design studio in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Now in it's second decade, the studio is regularly commissioned by companies to develop their brand identity, including logo, packaging and even their name.
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