This marks the second-to-last edition of the Coroflot Genius Gallery. We've seen hundreds of amazing portfolios over the past three months, often to the extent that our running list of our top picks seems to grow faster than we can feature them. (Worst case, if you were shortlisted but didn't make the final cut, we'll consider your portfolio or thumbnails for a feature in our member gallery or our regular featured portfolio page.)
This week was no exception, and while it skewed towards Core's focus on industrial design, the likes of James Zanoni and Tina Kugler make for a nice mix of work across the board.
Jesse Den Herder (Central Lake, Michigan) - Jesse's packaging and identity work comes across best through his board game creations.
James Zanoni (New York, New York) - James is a motion graphics whiz, and both his graphic and video work demonstrate his mastery of digital special effects.
Narayan Subramaniam (Ahmedabad, India) - Narayan comes up with some speedy-looking vehicle designs.
Jet Ong (Shenzhen, China) - Jet has a gift for elegant yet memorable product design.
Velichko Velikov (London, United Kingdom) - Velichko is a veritable jack-of-all-trades who specializes in 3D but also finds expression in a range of media.
Tina Kugler (Los Angeles, California) - Tina's superb illustrations truly capture a child-like sense of wonder.
Rafael Morgan (Belo Horizonte, Brazil) - We've seen Rafael's clever designs before and I'm sure we'll be seeing him again.
Ronny Sauer (Leipzig, Germany) - Ronny's slick ID work has a distinctly human touch to it.
So this is it: get your submissions in by this Thursday, September 22, for a chance to be featured in the final installment of the Coroflot Genius Gallery! Even though the program is winding down this week, we know for a fact that there are still tons of exceptional portfolios on Coroflot and we're looking to go out with a bang, so don't be shy and show us what you've got!