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2020 was a year of challenges and changes. Despite all the hardships, the creative community rallied together to support and inspire each other, and to create work that pushed boundaries and embraced new influences.

We looked back at some of the most appreciated projects on Behance this year to identify three distinct creative trends that defined 2020.

See the full moodboard of top Behance projects of 2020

Trend #1: Restorative Escapes

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This year has shown what a critical role creativity plays in our lives. It helps us connect with each other — even remotely — and it’s our goal at Behance to bring creatives together. Our community of over 24 million creatives around the world is more active and connected than ever before, and more creatives are being discovered on Behance every day.

That’s why we’re putting an increased focus on the community aspect of our tools and services to help you connect and collaborate with one another, learn from each other, and expand your skills.

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Today, we’re excited to launch…

Each month we invite a creative from Behance to curate our social feed for a week. Our curator for July is James Roper, an artist based in Manchester whose work has been featured in group and solo shows in galleries around Europe. Here, James gives us a look into his philosophy as an artist, the process behind his intricate artwork, and the projects he selected for his moodboard.

James Roper is a multidisciplinary artist whose intricate paintings and digital collages straddle the boundary between abstract and figurative art. Hidden in their numerous layers are references to Baroque sculptures, psychedelic art…

Each month we invite a creative to curate the Behance social feed for a week. We spoke with this month’s Guest Curator and illustrator Antonio Luvs about his influences, creative processes, and the moodboard he curated on Behance.

“For me, as a queer person who grew up in a conservative and religious environment, drawing has always been a form of self-representation that allowed me to glimpse into worlds, unthinkable possibilities, trances, and dreams,” shares Antonio Luvs, an illustrator and art teacher based in Brazil. …

Each month we invite a creative to curate the Behance social feed for one week. We spoke with April’s Guest Curators, Minjin Kang and Mijoo Kim of Mue Studio to find out more about their history of creative partnership and their approach to creating serene 3D scenes.

Minjin Kang and Mijoo Kim are the creative duo behind Mue Studio. They specialize in art direction, photography, and 3D designs for international clients such as Apple Music, AirBnB, and Adobe.

The creative collaboration between the two artists began over a decade ago, while they were both students at the Art Institute of…

Behance receives over a million unique visitors every day looking to get inspired and share their work with the creative community. Our Discover page and search features are designed to help our members find innovative and boundary-pushing creative work.

There are over 100 Curated Galleries on Behance, from the Best Of Behance (the best projects from across all industries) to popular creative fields like photography, graphic design, and 3D art. Within these broad categories you can filter into specialized fields, from retouching and landscape photography to typography, packaging design, logo design, and more.

We also have galleries dedicated to creative…

Each month we invite an artist to curate the Behance social feed for one week. March Guest Curator Lisa Odette Butean speaks to us about her transition from 2D to 3D design, and the inspiration behind her moodboard.

“I’m quite an introvert and I always enjoyed spending time by myself drawing for hours,” reveals freelance illustrator and 3D artist Lisa Odette Butean. Some of her earliest memories are of herself drawing.

In college she explored various avenues of design, from branding to editorial to UI/UX, but it was motion design that really captivated Lisa Odette: “I enjoyed motion graphics because…

Each month we invite a creative to curate our social feed for one week. We spoke with February’s Guest Curator Kervin Brisseaux about what it takes to develop a signature style and the Behance moodboard he curated for his takeover.

Kervin Brisseaux is the Design Director at brand experience and packaging design studio Vault49, crafting campaigns for some of the biggest names in food and beverage. As a freelance illustrator, he creates bold and dynamic illustrations — one of which you may recognize from the start up screen of Adobe Illustrator.

Kervin’s creative philosophy marries two seemingly opposing forces: passion…

Each month we invite an artist to curate the Behance social feed for one week. Our first Guest Curator of 2021 is photographer and Adobe Creative Resident Christina Poku. Here, she delves into her creative process and the inspiration behind her moodboard.

Chistina Poku recalls discovering her chosen medium in high school: “I remember having a little compact camera that came with a teeny 6x4 printer, and being blown away by the colors and details in the photos of plants I took on a trip to Kew Gardens.” From there, her interest and skills grew, and she went on to…


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