Belgian photographer/director Kurt Stallaert's excellent portfolio sadly makes use of a fullscreen popup to show off his top notch work. It even tries to force a fullscreen popup on its visitors. I'm sure this is going to leave many potential fans leaving before they even take a look at what he's capable of creating. Too bad.
Another high tech Flash site from South Korea (I presume). What strikes me as strange is the mix of English and Korean. Very strange, indeed. It's even stranger than how Danish people speak. The site boasts some cool effects to show off the power of IMAX.
This photographer's portfolio stands out from the crowd, even though it's a regular Flashfolio showing off his photographic work. I guess futuristic is the right word to describe most of what Seb Janiak captures with his camera. A lot of gloss, too.
The navigation on this one is exactly what I would refer to as bizarre. You pick up plastic figures of one or more family members and place them inside the room you're interested in learning more about. Real wild and very nice at the same time.
Defrag Magazine is a six-monthly magazine from Italy that keeps its main focus on Art, Music and Urban Culture. This includes street art, experimental
music, innovative graphics, engaging messages, elements in web design and more.
They know fashion and they know style, obviously. But do they know that full-screen sites are a no-no? Don't think so. Never mind that, because this one is bag full of eyecandy. Another superslick flash production.
London-based Norwegian photographer Jørn Tomter's new portfolio is a must-see. Within this gem you will find loads of images in different series as well as a brand-new navigation system that is sure to be copied by many others in the future.
This may very well be the most perfect portfolio I have ever seen. It has a unique style, good usability, beautiful colors and (most importantly) great work samples in many disciplines. Oh yeah, Robert Lindström was involved with the Volvo campaign, too.