OPSLUGT AF PRIKKET
Jeg læser illustration på danmarks designskole i København.
And as you can see i’m tying to learn danish aswell.
In coop with Sarah Jansen
During the London Design Festival, GraphicBirdWatching is hosting an exclusive graphic design walk through East London’s graphic design studios, celebrating the work and practices of London’s female designers. On the 23rd of September several studios of acclaimed designers working in the fields of typography, print-making, illustration, photography and film-making will open their doors, allowing a unique insight into their working environments and practices.
I fortunately got the chance to contribute to this event through my internship at Studio April, and designed the map. So if you happen to be in London on the 23rd, this is something you shouldn’t miss!
So I received an email a few weeks back announcing that my work was published in the FRESH cutting edge Illustration series, Volume 1 - Object. It was supposed to be the wolf-mask, but as I looked through the book and got to my page I saw that they’d mixed up the picture of my work with another one… At least they got my name right in the Index.
TYPICAL TYPE: BASKERVILLE
As the designer of the transitional antiqua Baskerville, John Baskerville first got in touch with typography when he was working as a stone cutter. A committed atheist, his mummyfied body was only buried 120 years after his death - as many priests refused to bury him. The tombstone symbolizes the beginning of the font Baskerville, as well as the end of John Baskerville himself.
workshop with Catherine Nippe
TYPEDETAIL: THE PARTS OF A BOOK
Outcome of a Workshop with Paulus Dreibholz. The Brief was to design a printed publication around a given text with strong attention to the typographic detail.
Bookcover designed for “Die 13 1/2 Leben des Käpt’n Blaubär” by Walter Moers.
PROCRASTINATION: wolf mask made out of tinfoil, masking tape, fake fur, polymer clay, nailpolish, paint and glue.
Developing a corporate design for a fictional music festival. lettering made out of guitar strings, nails and paper on a wooden board.
Die von mir entwickelte Interpretation des traditionellen Notensystems benötigt ausschließlich Zeichen, welche in unserer Sprache vorhanden sind. Sie sind sehr gängig und daher auch in jeder Systemschrift enthalten. Dadurch entsteht die Möglichkeit Noten ohne den Gebrauch eines speziellen Schriftsatzes oder eines Programms, direkt digital niederzuschreiben, wiederzugeben und zu verbreiten.
Just a little something I did when I was back in school.
acrylic on canvas 80x100cm, 2009