Site of photographer Sara Mandi and her collection of fashion and luxury photography. Lovely homepage showing a large type driven menu which on rollover reveal thumbnails from the project below, love that the horizontal axis shows other imagery. Nice seamless transitions to the project detail pages, clean aesthetic and nice typography throughout site.
Site of Logram branding and creative agency based in Japan. Looking like a mash up of an early 2000s graphic design experiment and Photoshop layer this site is a medly of type, colours, and gradients. Lovely interactions, where sections of the site are in in separate spaces with sections of colour transitioning to the new pages. Love the dynamic colour palette too, along with the moving layers it feels as though the site is never the same from one moment to another. Very refreshing, lively and bold agency site.
Site of freelance fashion stylist Katie Shillingford based in London. Love the homepage with panels of swipe-able photography from projects highlighted in the UI on scroll. Nice colour transition between the project sections, and the subtle movement of the carousels. Minimal design and beautiful photography make for a modern and stylish site.
Site featuring an infamous stretch of road called Roxham, home to a border crossing into Canada. Photographer Michel Huneault captured various stories of the people looking for asylum crossing from the US, all presented in web VR and 3D. Really interesting approach to story telling, mixing audio, interviews, photography and 3D space.
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.
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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.
Site of Concrete Rep a UK based rep agency for artists working in the fashion, editorial, and advertising industries. Love the homescreen with the segmentation of the various artists scrolling down the page with locked elements such as title creates a wonderful sense of movement. Also love all the subtle patterns and interactions such as scrolling to the end of the project takes you back to the previous page. It looks beautiful too, elegant and clean, with dynamic colour palette and great use of typography.
Site of Centerfold a “Montreal-based organization with the aim of driving social and economic change in the art industry. Our goal is to enable artists to gain funding, visibility, and access”. You can buy the curated prints or browse around a virtual gallery a fun feature that replicates a surreal 3D exhibition space. Nice idea and nicely executed.
Site of luxury swimwear brand. Beautifully executed combination of editorial style design and commerce site. Love the homepage with its combination of imagery and bold type, with a subtle parallax effect to provide some movement. Colour toned photography and nice art direction throughout.
Site of jewelry magazine On The Rocks. Short and sweet with minimal layout hosting a diverse range of photography and lifted with the addition of fun interactions, mouse over the parts of the site for a contextual button and for flicking through the magazine. Shows that even the smallest of interactivity makes it that much more compelling.
Site of Japanese lifestyle magazine R Magazine. Featuring a variety of content such as fashion through to food. Sleek and minimal design with editorial and fashion photography. Love the subtle scrolling effect and art direction throughout, with lots of small UI details and transitions.
Site of artist Shantell Martin. Awesome homepage comprised of her artwork reacting to mouse position – love the mirroring of the artwork in the UI. Nice transition to the projects section and great bold design. Like the lazy loading of additional content when you’ve seen each project. Lovely work.
Site for photographer Nadya-Vanessa Vega attempting to tease a new book. Love the typing out of the message, adds a subtle element of curiosity whilst moving your cursor around brings up small thumbnails of the photography. Really simple, but full of personality.