Tagged: fashion illustration
If I Had A Hammer…
I’d hammer in the morning, I’d hammer in the evening… Seriously! Our beloved client Mette Møller was amused, but not entirely convinced by our carpentry skills, so we agreed on a slightly different approach. The final ad (which, we must admit, is more structurally sound) can be seen in the OFW magazine to be launched at [...]
Sketches for a Treehouse Pattern
First sketches for a new textile pattern made for Mette Møller. Inspiration is drawn from the 50′s song book “Syng med Barna” (Sing with the Children) and this strange little poem: Den som er liten og ikkje fer sove, han kan gå i skogen og byggja seg ei stove, ospelauv og bjørkelauv det skal han [...]
Norwegian Weather Pattern Sketches
First sketches for the Norwegian Weather pattern made for fashion designer Mette Møller’s summer collection 2009. We wanted to make something very Norwegian to emphasis on the origin of her clothes, and chose the ever changing Norwegian weather with 70′s prefab houses as a theme. All the houses are drawn from photos– they were for [...]
Sketches for a textile pattern. Used also on this feather totebag.
Sketches for textile pattern
Sketches for a new textile pattern for Mette Møller. We wanted to keep the Norwegian theme from the “Norwegian Weather pattern”, and work with typical Norwegian houses, and multiply, layer and deconstruct them in to a pattern.
Two sketches for the Fretex campaign we did for the advertising agency Kitchen.
Sketch for a fashion eyewear campaign. With a twist of 60′s psychedelia, we thought this would be a nice take on the well-worn advertising phrase “What you see is what you get”, literally turning the whole experience inside out.