Like previous year, the Behance Portfolio Review programme on 31st October 2015 hosted by Inspiria Knowledge Campus, Siliguri was a grand success. There were participants from all over North Bengal from different creative backgrounds including:

  • Creative Designers,
  • Visual Designers,
  • UI Designers,
  • Graphic Designers,
  • Photographers & Digital Artists.
Review Session at Inspiria

Portfolio Review Session at Inspiria


The key note speaker & judge for Behance Reviews was Mr. Aashish Solanki, Principal Designer & Founder NetBrahma Studios, who came all the way from Bangalore.

Mr. Aashish Solanki at Inspiria

Mr. Aashish Solanki on Design Lessons at Inspiria


Ms. Jyoti Pradhan, Relationship Manager, Inspiria started the event by giving a brief intro of what Behance Reviews is all about and why Inspiria conducts such portfolio review sessions at their campus. The session kickstarted by Mr. Aashish Solanki, at Inspiria Seminar Hall where he interpreted a different & a very wonderful definition of Design & also helped the audience in understanding how Design is different from Art. He also mentioned the various facets of Design trends & tips, which has been explained beautifully in his presentation given below:

The Portfolio Review took place in the Lecture Garden, of Inspiria Knowledge Campus. The portfolio showcased were from different genres starting from Photography, Sketches, Doodles, 3D & 2D graphics, Animations, Jewellery Designs etc. Mr. Solanki closely reviewed all the work of art and selected top 5 participants which were awarded with Behance Appreciation Coin.

Behance Reviews 2015 Winners

Winners at Behance Reviews 2015


The 1st & 2nd Runners up were Ashish Mishra & Saikat Nath respectively while Mr. Subir Dutta grabbed the 1st position & got Adobe Creative Cloud Licensed Software for 1 year worth of Rs. 55,000/.

(Watch the entire show in action!

Overall it was a fun event where everybody had something to learn and take away from the event. Inspiria Knowledge Campus on its part will try to keep encouraging young creative minds making them self-employable with events like these in the future as well.