You should mark your work “adult” if it contains nudity, expletives, violence or any other material making it unsuitable for a younger audience, a global audience or people at work. Learn more about how your work should be classified on our Community Guidelines Page.
Your Creative Work Is "Safe" If: It is appropriate for an audience of all ages and geographies, and you wouldn't get in trouble for looking at it at work. Anything safe can be seen by everyone everywhere, whether they're registered with Behance or not
Your Creative Work Should Go Behind The Adult Wall If: It contains nudity, expletives, violence or any other material making it unsuitable for a younger audience, a global audience or people at work. Content behind the adult wall is available only to registered Behance users who are over 18 and who live in countries where adult content is legal. Also, please don't put adult content in your profile picture.
Share Your Creative Work Privately If: It depicts sexual acts, more extreme or graphic nudity, highly offensive content or graphically violent content. Although this type of content is legal in many countries, we don't allow it in projects shared publicly on Behance — even behind the adult wall. You can store it privately. If you want to share it privately, make sure you're sharing it only with willing recipients who are over 18 and who live in a country/region where the content you're sharing is legal.
Don't Upload It At All If: your content depicts minors in a sexual manner, or is otherwise legally obscene or illegal. We report any material exploiting minors to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) Cyber Tip Line. We also don't allow content that clearly is intended to promote hatred.