The musician "holon" hiered me to design his debut album "the time is always now". The album had time as a theme and he wanted a design that fit well with the theme. I based my design on our solar system, the voyager probe and a static timelapse.
I also added a lot of little puzzles around in the design. To be able to tell witch song youre listening to, you have to know the order and relative size of the planets in our solar system.
Evry Trondheim asked me to make a set of design-templates for their mobile event-platform. The assingment consisted of about 30 designs for their different advertisment-needs.
I have experience in UI-design as well. But most of those assignments have followed a design-guide that I have had no controll over. Therefore I made a dummy-app so that I could show my UI-work with confidence.
The band T.V hired me to make the cover for their first album "Selburosa". Both the band and the album is very conceptual and mathematic. Every song is based on patterns or equations.
I wanted to show this in my design with strict geometrc lines going trough a transformation in the "selburosen" and coming out more organic and flowing.
This project also won silver in the packaging design category in the STERK competition 2013.
Another Rockheim assignment. This time they asked me to design the visuals for their 2014 christmas callendar exhibition "Prøysens Julekalender". I wanted to challenge the classical "christmas design". I used a more modern grid-based design but used a traditional-ish color scheme.
In this Rockheim assignment I made a folder for a photo-exhibition with photographs from music photographer Stian Andersen. The pictures in the exhibition were mainly of the band Turbonegro, and Rockheim wanted a rough and rocked style. I ended up using a scanned 120mm negative as part of the effect.
Another Rockheim assignment. This one was for an exhibition about travel-routes and networks in the punk-scene. I was asked to make a poster, banner and a catalogue.
Far Out! was an exhibition of US and UK gigposters from the 60's and 70's. Unfortunately I didnt get to make the exhibition-poster for this one. But I made the catalogue. It had to be informative so I could not play with the psycidelic theme. But the challenge of informative design and typography is also something I enjoy.