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March 23, 2010 | 15 likes | 0 comments
Among the first batch of premium Tumblr themes which were just launched, I found this gem. Simplefolio is a slick theme that easily lets you host your portfolio on Tumblr. Sweet concept and gorgeous design by MetaLab.
March 23, 2010 | 12 likes | 0 comments
Lift's website is one of the most detailed and graphics-intensive single page portfolio sites I've come across. I love the attention they paid to the most minute details, truly gorgeous. And the work displayed is good stuff all across the board. Basically, this site oozes of quality.
March 18, 2010 | 9 likes | 0 comments
Rogie King's Komodo Media site is not exactly brand new. That has never stopped me from posting a great site here on Styleboost in the past. And Rogie's very pixel anal site is looking better than ever. In fact it has recently got an amazing "foliage-o-meter" in the right column which dazzles. Definitely a feature to check out and be inspired by. Via @dburka.
March 12, 2010 | 26 likes | 0 comments
March 12, 2010 | 49 likes | 0 comments
Portuguese web designer Ricardo Mestre calls Duplos his "web thingie". I call it a masterpiece. It really is. The site is basically one big animated poster. It's super beautiful, quite unusual (for a website) and surprisingly intuitive to grasp. The animated details work really well.
March 9, 2010 | 22 likes | 0 comments
Robbin and Waldemar are just about to complete the concept-driven Interactive Art Direction course at Hyper Island, and they're looking for an internship. As you can see from the work showcased in their cute, hand-drawn portfolio, they sure have the skills. Impressive, clean and still has a lot of personality.
March 5, 2010 | 14 likes | 0 comments
I stumbled upon this out of the ordinary portfolio on Kitsune Noir a couple of days ago. I'm usually not a sucker for big splash images and intricate ways of entering a portfolio, but this one is just too damn beautiful. All in all, it's a great portfolio with some wonderful work in it. Nick de Jardine definitely has done a wonderful job. But I think the navigation may be too difficult to figure out for non-webdesigners. Am I wrong?
February 25, 2010 | 22 likes | 0 comments
Samuel Räikkönen is young and Finnish with an excellent mind for design projects of many sorts. His portfolio is filled with loveliness and is very tastefully put together. This design truly makes use of the format of a single page portfolio, as the projects are all so easily accessible while still having enough images to get a real look at the work he's done.
February 25, 2010 | 23 likes | 0 comments
February 20, 2010 | 26 likes | 0 comments
Frank Chimero is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Missouri. Frank also runs a blog called Questionable Characters with the esteemed Ben Barry. Frank's site is an example to follow. It's basically a combination of static pages (Home & Profile), Tumblr based pages (Blog & Ethos) and a Cargo based Work section. I love how he's mixed all these together and made it so beautiful and readable.