A pilot project that examines how a design game, can contribute with solutions to the world’s climate challenges.
Posters for the cultural center in outer Østerbro, which illustrate different buildings and areas in the neighborhood.
For the new children’s area at Østerbro Bibliotek. Every part is made to fit whichever other remaining five parts, and can be turned to all four sides.
I heard the words “Ocho Loco” and they kept popping up in my head. I made these animations to make it stop.
Illustrations for a unit in the Danish Business Authority working for making it easier to run businesses in Denmark.
This is an illustrated children’s book about Ethiopia’s culture, history and traditions.
These posters are part of the material for the illustrated children’s book about Ethiopia. All of the proceeds from the posters and the book goes to Etiopiens Børn
Design of an activity room for babies and toddlers in Øbro-Hallen. The first public indoor swimming pool in Denmark.
These infographics were developed in a collaboration with MindLab and the staff and patients at Finsens Centre in Rigshospitalet.
Signs for the different rooms at Urtehaven (The Herbal Garden), an integrated day nursery and kindergarten in Copenhagen.
Redesign of imagery for Culture Østerbro, part of the Culture and Leisure Management of Copenhagen.
Four residents from a housing complex in the border town Rødbyhavn, agreed to meet with us and share their life stories.
120×120 cm dotted sparrow bird. Acrylic marker on wall
Illustrations for products in Tiger stores.
Poster for KULTURHAVN 2014. Harbor festival in Copenhagen
Suggestion for a GoCard postcard, illustrating what i perceive to be fucking nice. Competition by the company Fucking Flink
Hand drawn poster with pen and ink
This is a generic design game, developed with joachim Halse on the basis of a former project from the CoDesign Research Cluster, about waste handling in an apartment building.
A visual study of the northern harbor in Copenhagen
Home made coffee liquor and labels.
Poster with 100 illustrated personal items
illustrations for Vabank; a book with 1247 black/white pictorial motifs by various artists.
Storyboard from a time when we didn’t want to use the phone for something as serious as our taxes.