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10 Inspirational Filipinos to Follow On Behance

Behance is an artist’s haven as it acts as a portfolio site that showcases their creative works from artist from all over the globe.

Follow these outstanding artists from the Philippines and chance upon their online portfolio.

The Acid House


“The Acid House is a small, Manila-based team of artists that design, direct & animate various concoctions of moving & static imagery.”

Inksurge


“Seeking to challenge the quality of our work and our impact on the culture of design with every piece bearing our brand. Brewing ideas since 2002. Manila, Philippines.”

Kerby Rosanes


“Philippines-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes works mainly with ink, fineliners and markers to illustrate his “doodle” world. He considers his art as a personal hobby which became his part-time freelance work after being recognized by various design blogs, international magazines and online art communities.”

Adamm Paul Bueno


Harvey Lanot


“Workaholic, old soul, graphic designer specializing in mascot, logo, web design and game design. Visit my website at www.lanotdesign.com”

Bob Galvez


“Creating finest designs and convenes the expectations of clients demands. A consummate professional, designing a perfect blend of visual arts & technology, giving the look & feel of each project and capturing the interest of the intended audience.”

Timothy Magat


Monica Soliman


“I have a four year experience working in a digital agency (Wunderman PH) specializing in creative conceptualization, art direction, branding, web and user interface design.”

Kitkat Pecson


Daryl Feril


20 thoughts on “10 Inspirational Filipinos to Follow On Behance

  1. I’ve never been on Behance before. But I have to check it out. The design and colors are amazing. I loved it!

  2. this is really cool and how cool that there is a one-stop place where you can discover all these Filipino artists.

  3. This is one of the reasons I love art! There are some many different ways, techniques, and styles to create it. Some are cultural, some are emotional, and some are just out of impulse. This was a wonderful post! Very inspiring–thanks for sharing. 🙂

  4. OMG They are all talented and creative! No wonder many Filipinos are now in-demand in animation in US.

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