Projects made with Sanity

growww

a website for a fictitious plant shop

Jacob Størdahl
Go to growww

Winemaker.com

Winemaker.com is the digital marketplace for discoverers and connoisseurs and promotes direct encounters between winemakers and wine lovers.

Bartosz Podlewski
Go to Winemaker.com

Click map generator

Using previews in Sanity to automate generating simple click maps.

Martin Jacobsen
Go to Click map generator

Guillermo Gómez Peña

Archive and online exhibition for an activist performance artist, radical pedagogue, and Macarthur fellow.

Ronald Aveling
Go to Guillermo Gómez Peña

Nick Offerman

Personal website and E-commerce store for celebrity actor Nick Offerman.

Ronald Aveling
Go to Nick Offerman

Becontree Forever

A programme of art, architecture and infrastructure to mark the centenary of the UK’s biggest council housing estate

Simon Rogers
Go to Becontree Forever

UBIK Productions

A Mr. Clippy-inspired website for an experimental film and virtual reality production company.

Simon Rogers
Go to UBIK Productions

OMA.EU

The OMA Web Presence is realized as an incongruous macroscope interlacing sprawling, omnivorous modes of discovery with rational, drill-down archival interfaces.

Go to OMA.EU

ASCENZA local websites

Websites and CMSes for four countries of a multi-national company in the crop protection sector

Francisco Vieira
Go to ASCENZA local websites

Collectiv

Collectiv Presents produces and promotes single and multi-day festivals & concerts across North America and Mexico.

Nick DiMatteo
Go to Collectiv

Foodsteps
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App with recipes and food courses from the chefs at Kulinarisk Akademi (the culinary academy) in Oslo. Sanity+Mux powered app built in React/React Native.

Kristoffer Brabrand
Go to Foodsteps

Bridget Baker

Bridget Baker is a photographer based in Portland, Oregon. Her portfolio is an immersive and playful, self-guided experience. Photos emerge alongside the cursor as it moves around the screen and expand when clicked into a fullscreen stable gallery for greater focus. This unique approach to letting users explore and interact with the media not only highlights individual photos, but allows to look at the body of work as a whole.

Tyler McRobert
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