We are currently working on a small visual profile for Matmisjonen.no, a food blog run by Hanne Stensvold. Matmisjonen is Norwegian for the food mission. We wanted to focus on food as delicious and nutritious, not “lo-carb”, “lo-fat” or “raw”. This lead us to the aesthetics of scandinavian illustrations from the fifties and sixties; appetising and [...]
We are currently working on the visual profile for photographer MonaMonaMona. Mona is a playful, edgy and colourful photographer and one of the few in Norway with expertice in 3D-photography. Here are som sketches for the design that she didn’t choose. Stay tuned to see how her real profile turns out! [...]
All You Need is Snow
These characters were created for a pitch to make mascots for the World Ski Championships 2011 in Oslo. We mixed elements from the norwegian heritage with the childish joy of playing in snow, as well as adding a hint of kawaii. We started with the basic shape of the snow ball, and explored how it could [...]
Some unhappy leaves that didn’t make it for todays article on autumn perfumes in D2 Magazine. Brooklyn based CB I Hate Perfume’s, has hit the comfort zone with Burning Leaves and M3 November. Go check them out, and cuddle up in front of the fireplace. Below, the final illustration. CB’s perfume M3 November pays homage to “Moominland [...]
Origin of the Species
The visual evidence of Bjørn and Alf Marius Opsahl’s hipster search in New York is covering five spreads in todays D2 Magazine. Here are the illustrations and some unpublished sketches. For those of you who read Norwegian: Go and by the magazine, and read Alf’s text, it’s quite funny.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Happy new year! It is getting lighter everyday. To celebrate this, here are some sketches to cheer you up while waiting for summer. Hold on for just a few more months now! The sketches were made for an illustration on rose geranium in D2 magazine.
The Hills Are Alive!
For our forthcoming exhibition, we performed some serious field studies of trolls in the their natural habitat, in an attempt to get a better understanding of their behaviour and ecology. We had a feeling we were on to something, but our findings surpassed our wildest expectations. As these extraordinary snapshots clearly show: Trolls do NOT [...]