Giovanna Silva

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Site of photographer Giovanna Silva and travel photography from across the world. Love the minimal home screen which leads into immersive galleries of imagery, tap to proceed to leave a tapestry of photography. Very simple and interesting way of presenting a body of work.

Created by Display.

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By | @BonhommeParis | No Comments

Gorgeous site of Tomato brand Duroc. Love the grid of bite size snippets from the company – each with corresponding hand made animations. Nicely executed with lots of nice transitions and animations from subtle parallax effects and wonderful transitions from grid view to article view. Beautiful art direction with nice palette of colours and warm paper / tactile style visuals. Proof that creativity and design can come from many places – in this case for the corporate site of snack tomato makers in Morocco.

Created by Bonhomme (@BonhommeParis).

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Drôle de Monsieur

By | @martinsilvestre | No Comments

Site of French label Drôle de Monsieur. Minimal experience with a considered and playful take on depth with interesting type and photography driven layouts. Love the collection pages, once in the sections playful horizontal scrolling with subtle 3D touches. Lots of cool design details such as the slowly moving hollowed out type throughout which adds a sense of dynamism.

Created by Martin Silvestre (@martinsilvestre) and Kévin Chassagne.

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Tao Tajima

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Site for Japanese filmmaker Tao Tajima. Love the home screen with all the thumbnails which react nicely to your interactions – love the fluid like transitions to the project pages. Try scrolling this this view and you traverse the projects in a liquid like fashion. Nice design, nicely executed.

Created by homunculus Inc (@homuculu).

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By | @jungvonmatt | No Comments

The new, featuring bold and lively layout for this modern brand hub. Content first strategy with editorial articles, design pieces, and full bleed background video. Interesting approach that reinforces the brand and allows users to experience the world of BMW without looking at specific models and being overtly sold to.

Created by Jung von Matt (@jungvonmatt).

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Site of Toga Japanese fashion label. Super minimal design and functionality, but with the Japanese aesthetic appeal throughout which elevates the overall feel of the site. Elegant selection of photography, love the views of the whole range which offers a great summary of the collection.

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Betak Book

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Awesome site promoting the new Betak book from Phaidon. Love the way the video is masked into the book pages as you scroll through the site. Interesting and engaging way of promoting a book. Lots of nice small details, love the way your cursor changes based on link context.

Created by Cher Ami (@FlyCherAmi).

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The Stories Behind a Line

By | @fedfragapane | No Comments

Site documenting several migrants journeys “is a visual narrative of six asylum seekers’ routes. They travelled from their hometown to Italy. This project wants to tell their stories through the data that shaped their personal travelling line.” Love the way you can toggle the various ways of representing their routes, from a data perspective, from a map, and from the lines.

Created by Federica Fragapane (@fedfragapane) and Alex Piacentini.

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