Archive for the ‘Graphic design’ Category

Ice melts in mysterious ways

March 26, 2013

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A toy and a tool.

March 18, 2013

The Kolormondo colour globe is not only eye candy but also a useful colour index for artists and designers. It comes with an app, to easily acquire RGB references for the shade spotted on the cardboard wheel.

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Vintage signage

February 26, 2013

The lucky 331 inhabitants of Merrey sur Arce can admire these rare wonders dating back from – my guess – the fifties for the metal plate prohibiting beggary and the seventies for the adorable Alfa Romeo speed limit and serifed weight limitation.

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Happy New Year

February 10, 2013

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The busy week

February 4, 2013

As drawn on local graphic design bureau Trefold’s beautiful analog(!) calendar.

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The eye of liix

January 31, 2013

Über nice bicycle bell from Germany. And lovely packaging design too.

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Graphic-facilitation-style

September 17, 2012

http://www.relationspeople.dk/#/cases  

Sketch and final online version of 9 mind maps illustrating RelationsPeople’s competences – one of Copenhagen-based business consultancy People Group’s subbrand.

My stuff, now for sale in Taiwan!

August 6, 2012

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CIID Yearbook to hit the shelves today!

June 1, 2012

Summing up last year’s curriculum in words and pictures, I designed this brochure to best communicate the exhilarating experience being a student of Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design has been. Over a hundred pages of exciting courses, amazing projects and unforgettable people will allow you to understand our take on Interaction Design.

Exhibition Design for the Municipality of Copenhagen

May 1, 2012

Designed in collaboration with clean tech and design consultancy Kirt-Thomsen to celebrate environmentally friendly initiatives, this public outdoor exhibition in Copenhagen attracted close to 15.000 visitors in a weekend.

A clear graphic expression and information visualisation helped raising awareness on the goals of Denmark’s new climate policy –making Copenhagen one the first carbon-neutral cities in 2025.

An engaging participatory voting system allowed citizens of the danish capital to voice their preferences on alternative energy solutions, backing up future investments in hybrid vehicles, wind turbines or solar cells.


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