Tagged: moleskine drawings
Sheep Thrills, Or Why Herding Too Many Ideas Will Eventually Kill Your Sheep Dog
This is the story of how an idea went from Jane Austen to Little Bo-Peep and back again, and how almost everything got lost in the process. The theme for the gardening column in D2 was titled “Hyrdelandskap” or “Shepherd’s landscape”. I though it’d be quite nice to use the title quite literally, and did some [...]
Illuminating the Invisible
We were appointed by D2 magazine to do the illustrations for a cover story on perfume. On our first meeting I presented these sketches – pastels on coloured paper. Although well received, there were expressed concerns about the “crudeness” of the sketches – admittedly, there was a certain “art-schoolish” flair to them (which I thought [...]
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 [...]
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.
The classic bob and the glasses, and suddenly you have Anna Wintour.
Sketches for Nordic Samsung Campaign
Sketches for the 2007 Nordic Samsung Campaign. Other participants were Kustaa Saksi from Finland and Linn Olofsdotter from Sweden. Check out the finished work on the Commando Group portfolio.