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Evan Hecox   Lock this link...Send this link...
Being a cross-media artist you'll find more than just Flashed animations at this illustrator's portfolio. Skate-board art, pen and ink fashion work and mixed-media collage are also presented in this concise site where his bold style really comes to life...

Afterlab   Lock this link...Send this link...
Reminiscent of Pixel Industries in its painful pixel detailing it's clear that something's afoot here. Allegedly a global agency, but to us they seem to be having a little too much fun to be a multinational. Mind you CEO's do seem to get younger every year.

John Mark Sorum   Lock this link...Send this link...
The WDDG has made an eminent job of Flashing up the photos for the web from this photographer's folio. Although the galleries feel they take a little too long to download at times, when they do appear they are presented with style and pace, using some great transitional wipes.

Jotto Soap Bubbles...   Lock this link...Send this link...
We're sure you will have seen Jotto's work before. Way back when people looked at pictures in books, he was creating his adorable characters. The online incarnations of his work have been going a few years now, but the latest additions "Soap Bubbles" are the most entertaining yet...

TNOP   Lock this link...Send this link...
This Chicago designer's work is presented cleanly and without fuss, using simple roll-overs to show his folio. Good to see that there are still designers that are happy to work on the web without feeling the need to complicate things with technology.

Music3W   Lock this link...Send this link...
There are many music portals on the web, but most seem to think the key to success is to ram a huge amount of content onto every page. Which is why it's pleasant to find some well used negative space in the layouts here, assisting the clarity of content.

Homestar Runner   Lock this link...Send this link...
Considering the amount of content at hand here, it's hard to believe that this is written, voiced, illustrated and animated by two brothers who couldn't use Flash a year ago. The oddly endearing gang star in some wonderfully bizarre tales, stop by...