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36 Dark Minimalist Portfolio Website Designs

It's tough competing in the modern creative marketplace without a stellar portfolio. Creative people from every medium are pushing to make their own unique portfolio website that looks great, runs smooth, and incorporates a little touch of themselves. Dark portfolios are an elegant solution to this problem which plays upon contrast and deeply unsaturated colors.

This showcase is a collection of the best dark portfolios I've found from all around the web. It's surprisingly difficult to find beautiful portfolios that also incorporate dark color schemes. But the dark vibe can work great on any design style whether it's minimalism, realism, flat, or something else. Take a look at these shadowy examples and lose yourself in the dark side.

Danny Diablo

dark danny diablo website layout

McChillin

Yehteh

Mr B & Friends

Creative Dreams

Christian Knopf

Daniel Sadlowski

Chad Tafolla

Crafton

Roar Ink

Timothy Clark

DKNG

Yummy Wakame

Nerisson

BORN

Elespacio

David Arazim

david arazim dark portfolio website

Marcs Design

marcm marcs design website homepage

Supercharged

supercharged fueled by design dark portfolio

Peter Steven

peter steven dark portfolio website

I Love Dust

Nocturn

nocturn website dark portfolio layout

Brent Ayers

dark brent ayers website portfolio

Kavoon

kavoon dark portfolio website layout

Marek Levak

marek levak design dark portfolio layout

Natalie Sklobovskaya

natalie sklobsovskaya dark portfolio graphics

Photo Comma

Sebastian Witman

creative designer freelancer sebastian witman

FA Design

Better Monday

Doug Neiner

doug neiner dark website inspiration

Designzillas

Sawyer Hollenshead

 Giuseppe Scappaticcio

giuseppe scappaticcio portfolio dark layout

Artifice Studios

dark artifice studios website portfolio layout

Kuhboom

I'm the editor-in-chief of Bittbox.com. I'm a designer and developer by day, and a writer and musician when the feeling strikes. I enjoy vintage advertisements and puzzles with an absurd amount of pieces. Follow me on Twitter.

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