Tagged: character design
We are, as mentioned earlier, working on MonaMonaMonas visual profile, and finally her new business cards are ready! Mona is playful, edgy and colourful, and one of very few norwegian photographers with expertice in 3D-photography. We are now busy working on her new website and more fun stuff. This outstanding gif-animation is of course made [...]
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 were commissioned by our old friends at SMFB, Carl-Erik Conforto and Stig Bjølbakk, to work with them on an advertising concept for Tele2′s smartphone campaign. These little fellows emerged out of the shapes in Tele2′s own design manual, and we immediately fell in love with them. The print and television campaign is out now. [...]
Marias illustration for last years VARSKO! Wishes Christmas calendar event in Trondheim. Every day new illustrations were projected on the Vår Frue Church facing the town square. The illustration appeared on 16. December. Click here to see a photo of the projection.
This plush was created for my nephew Timian when he was born. Kamenatt is awake at night. Kamenatt is very kind. Kamenatt looks scary, but it is just to chase away imaginary animals that might be in the room. Kamenatt has a magical tail that plays Brahms Lullaby and whisk away the imaginary animals. Kamenatt is [...]
The new wrapping paper just arrived from the printers, and we are very happy. The print is inspired by the Flanellograf, once state of the art technology for storytelling in the kindergarten, and (surprisingly) still on the market. The pattern is colorful and naive, and suitable for any gift. Get it at Hunting Lodge.