Archviz of a trekking cabin. Original concept by french based architects: Léa Laulhère, François Le Pivain, Mathilde Cornu and Stanislas Skotnicki. This is my take on their project. I have taken the liberty to make changes to make it fit my own visions.
Cover illustration for Sakne verda EP by Pjusk. Painted in ArtRage 5. Client: Pjusk.
Participant of the CGTrader Digital Art Competition.
Finished off a great Modo tutorial by Vaughan Ling at Heavypoly, focusing primarily on modeling and rigging/animation (schematic workflow). When completed I did some additional texturing as well for practicing. I worked for the most part with procedurals.
(Some elements of the geometry lack details as it was not intended for close up viewing. I may revisit the project later for some extra editing, but for now I think the overall look is fairly balanced.)
Visual identity for a norwegian record label. Their primary focus is releasing content within the genres of minimal electronic music.
The name Fnugg means a small or tiny particle floating in the air like dust or snow. In its simplest form a particle can be rendered as a circle or a square. The latter soon became the foundation on which the identity was built upon, resonating with the electronic (digital/pixels) and minimalistic music coming from the label. Where possible typographic compositions and grid systems are all constructed with the square in mind, making it the most important visual tool of the identity alongside spaces of white and yellow.
The project is partially realistic, meaning the label exists but has not yet produced the amount of content presented below. For this reason most of the photos/cover art are stock images.
March 2017 - Tools used:
Cretacolor - Sanguine Dry/Rotel Trocken, Cretacolor - Sepia Light/Sepia Hell, Conté A Paris - Sanguine, Cretacolor - Nero Medium, Graphite 2B/3B/5B.
A selection of sketches - May 2018.
Book cover for the first volume of Cormac McCarthy´s Border Trilogy. The binding is based on traditional Japanese bookbinding. Modeled and rendered in Modo for presentation purposes.
Visual identity for my own design business.
A tribute to the Apollo program and space travels in general.
Music: Aurora Borealis from Gravity: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, by Steven Price. Dialogue by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Footage by NASA.
Franz Kafka´s "The Castle" bound by hand based on traditional Japanese bookbinding. The binding plays a key role in the design indicating a locked situation, holding the label down. The page numbering is repeating this unfree notion throughout the book, appearing beneath the body text.
Music video for The Low Frequency In Stereo. Production toolkit: A MIG-Helmet from China, a 250 litres fish tank and some patience to fill it with water, emtying it when shots go wrong, and then fill it up again. A singer without a body also come in handy. The band was nominated for the Norwegian Grammy Awards, Spellemannprisen 2013.
This is a pilot for "Troll i ord". The film was made to promote the product online as well as on trade fairs and exhibitions. "Troll i ord" is a series of educational materials targeting children in kindergarten and startup primary school. The product line include both physical objects and interactive digital softwares. A combination of film and stop motion was used to put the pilot together.
Client: GROM Design.
Pop art inspired illustrations for research articles on obesity.
Client: HISF (Sogn og Fjordane University College).
Making navigation easy and reflecting the vibrant world of sports, a wide range of colors and numbers were used to divide and categorize the content. Large numbers to each chapter introduction based on sports extended use of these in competitions both in results, statistics and player jerseys.
Client: Bergen Municipality. In collaboration with GROM Design.
Opener and on-air graphics for a TV show about a norwegian MTV-hostess. A scrapbook concept providing the main character´s photos and memories of her life in Hollywood.
Client: Rakett/Discovery Channel. In collaboration with Gosu Design (Sixty).
Logo animation for Inkwerk, a graphic design studio. Modeled in Modo, textured and animated in Cinema 4D.
Illustrations for a documentary about Norway´s participation in the Afghan War. The illustrations work as transitions between real footage in the title sequence. The job also consisted in map graphics, supers and end titles.
Client: TV 2 / Flimmer Film.
In collaboration with Kamikaze Media (Asle Birkeland).
Book design for Cormac McCarthy´s Blood Meridian or The Evening Redness in the West.
Title sequence for a short film by Brian McAllister. The job consisted in creating graphics which could emphasize the nostalgic small-town atmosphere that is very much present in this story. The hand drawn serif titles reflects this nostalgia, as well as bringing a personal aspect to the sequence.
Title sequence for the The Messenger - The Story of Joan of Arc, by Luc Besson. The movie is violent and gritty. The battle scenes and surroundings are authentic portrayed and, apart from the supernatural parts, little obvious digital effects are used. I try to reflect this authenticity by presenting the visuals in a draft-like manner.
(At the bottom of the page you will find the animatic/proof of concept movie.)
Analogue illustrations of architecture, as supplements to the dominant use of digital rendered images in architectural visualization.
In collaboration with MIR.
A collection of logos and symbols.
Photographs from travels in Denmark, Germany and France.
Cover design for Syklus EP by Pjusk. Featuring Loscil, Porya Hatami and SHAO.
Client: Fnugg Fonogram.
Book cover for Franz Kafka´s "The Trial".
Title sequence for a show about immigrants learning how to ski. The show was about how both natives (norwegians) and immigrants see each other. The sequence aim to portray the generalization of cultures, creating an atmosphere of warmth, humor and self-irony, using highly exaggerated caricatures and elements from cartoon animations.
Watercolor on paper. Animated and composited in After Effects.
In collaboration with Gosu Design.