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February 24, 2007 | 16 likes | 0 comments
IMAKETHINGS is the home of a Japan-based illustrator from the UK. I'll just let the amazing graphic works speak for themselves. Amazing!
February 24, 2007 | 17 likes | 0 comments
A glossy flashfolio from Stockholm-based Lifelike features some delicious water-fx. Quite simply a nice site. Another thing that makes this one stand out from the lot, is the fact that they've added a very nicely designed html page with the highlights from the Flash version. Kudos to Lifelike for taking the time to do this.
February 24, 2007 | 9 likes | 0 comments
The online portfolio of Perttu Murto is yet another one-page site to be featured here on Styleboost. The reason for this is simple; I think it's a great way to display [a moderate amount] of visual works online. If you know how to use the vertical scroll-bar, you definitely know how to navigate a site like Perttu's. And if you can do that, you will experience some stunning pieces of eye-candy.
February 24, 2007 | 13 likes | 0 comments
Heiko Klug's portfolio is filled to the rim with delicious artworks. Still, what struck me about his showcase, is how cleanly it is presented. There's not a lot to do here. Just turn the pages, and browse through this sweet, little portfolio. The navigational technique is definitely not a new idea, but why should you reinvent the wheel every single time. Sometimes it should just be as simple as this.
February 24, 2007 | 22 likes | 0 comments
Based in the UK, Nik Ainley is a designer, but first of all an illustrator. His insane illustrations are laid out in a H.R. Giger-esque one-page portfolio. In contrast to the plain layout of this site, there's truly a lot going in many of his artworks.
February 24, 2007 | 6 likes | 0 comments
Humanot is the portfolio of freelance designer John Slabyk. He's got some slick work to show off, which he does in style. There is a clear identity to his portfolio, as well.
February 24, 2007 | 5 likes | 0 comments
Finally Oslo's own Yokoland have a home to call their own online. Their style is unique and their techniques are a joy to behold. Humor and cut-and-paste make their work some of the freshest in the world right now. They're not really web-designers, which I think shows from this website. Still, the site's got lots of personality, and speaks very well for the wonderful, wonderful works on display.
February 9, 2007 | 17 likes | 0 comments
The fact that the symmetrical circle drawings have been created using only a compass and ink is stunning. Art for the computer generation, produced by traditional, analog means. There's lots of great work like this in Richard Sarson's portfolio. What's more, it all goes hand in glove with the delicate, light feel of the site. A perfect, little portfolio.
January 30, 2007 | 23 likes | 0 comments
January 25, 2007 | 8 likes | 0 comments
The background video in Jean Pierre Guevremont's portfolio with its eerie audio is exquisite. This touch works perfectly, to my big surprise, and he's found a nice way of looping it without breaking up the experience too much. There's also some really good work on display. I really want to play hockey in Canada in January.