– a blog about my work, research, ideas, typography and passion for books.
WORK | Directly from MOO Print in London my new business cards arrived today. Four layers of Mohawk Superfine paper combined with MOO’s Quadplex technology produced with a red seam of colour within the layers, the cards are extremely nice. The cards are 600gsm, which is roughly twice as thick as standard business cards.
WORK | Developing its own logo and identity is often put on hold. Customers and projects always go first. But finally, my new logo and identity has been designed. I am inspired by sophisticated typography, the contrast between light and playful shapes, elegance and simplicity. With great help from Eirik Backer the website will soon be launched, and October 12 brand new business cards will be delivered from MOO print shop in London. 600 gr Luxe Business Cards.
I can’t wait.
WORK | Rebella Hex is a character with her own magic rock show in Namsskogan Wildlife Park at Trones in north of Norway. The goal for all the material produced is to make a playful expression and show close relationship to the nature. The fifth episode of Rebella Hex starts June 29 2012. Just finished new poster, badges and activity book. The illustrations are made by Sandra Steffensen. See more from Rebella ›
WORK | It´s about the love of nature and pride of an ancient and traditional profession that may be unfamiliar to many. By sharing experience and knowlegde the authors hope to help build bridges between reindeer herding and other parts of the population. See more from Landet går i arv ›
WORK | New folder for Verket kunstarena is made to bring new students to the school. See more from Verket ›
WORK | Vær (weather) is a visual identity for clothing designed for large people. Whatever size it should be good to move, stay out and be comfortable. The logo is written in a type of handwriting that show character and make a personal mark. The lines are soft and can relate to air, wind and soft lines in the nature. The client is in the initial phase and is working with the first collection. See more from Vær ›