While Hurricane Irene took the East Coast by storm, as they say, this weekend (and we certainly hope everyone made it through the hurricane relatively unscathed), the inclement weather didn't affect our Genius Gallery submissions or selections, which were as strong as ever this week. Again, we have a mix of industrial and graphic designers, as well as illustrators and our first—and hopefully not last—architect.
Of course, creatives of all stripes are welcome to submit your portfolios, so show us what you've got!
Robert Romanowicz (Wroclaz, Poland) - Robert's illustrations are fantastic in every sense of the word.
Joe MacCarthy (Oakland, California) - Joe's inimitable concepts are strong in themselves, but stellar execution takes them to the next level.
Paul Taylor (Orlando, Florida) - Paul's ultra-detailed hand-renderings strike a perfect balance between architecture and illustration.
Mike Serafin (Chicago, Illinois) - Mike has seen a bit of love from us for his Kickstarted project Blimpus, so we were glad to see his name among the submissions.
Joel Johnson (Springfield, Illinois) - Joel Johnson's graphic design work is almost too clever for its own good.
Lauren Poole (Greenville, South Carolina) - Whether it's a greeting card or illustration, Lauren's elegant designs capture a sense of wonder.
Brian Stupski (Phoenix, Arizona) - Brian's draftsmanship conveys the style and class of his vehicle renderings with the very same traits.
Farzan Shamasblou (Bandar-e-Anzali, Iran) - We hope to see some of Farzan's experiments in contemporary architecture in real life some day.
Want to see your name on Core77 and the Coroflot homepage? Don't be shy, submit your portfolio today—we've got another book prize lined up for this coming week!