Logotype for Laji: a platform for creative collaboration between curator Jeanette Steinsland, choreographer/dancer Alexandra Campbell and composer/singer Lisa Holmqvist. 2011
Illustrations for childrens dental care campaign at Apoteket (Sweden's largest chain of pharmacies). Used on in-store price communication and mobiles. 2011 Agency: Kollo
Art Direction for Apoteket (Swedens largest Pharmacy retail chain). In-store campaign to enhance dental care products for children in a playful manner. Idea & Art Direction: Museum Studio Photography: Karolina Henke Agency: Kollo 2011
Old Men's Tattoos published by Dokument Press. Photo book by artist Thomas Jeppe on tattoo's made before 1980. The blue and red color used throughout the book references old tattoo inks. The page numbering doubles as a guide for linking images with texts found in the back index. 2011
Artwork for digital releases on Marble Records. •Bobmo – Sonic Soul EP. Paper collage. 2013 •High Powered Boys – Streetwise EP. Watercolor drawing. 2012 •Sam Tiba – Black Eyed Weed EP. Airbrush drawing. 2011 •Para One & Teki Latex – Deep Sea Creatures/5th dimension Still life scannogram. 2011
Visual identity for record label Marble. A logotype and a set of tools for creating record covers were made. The tools consists of three parts: 1) A series of patterns used as frames around the artwork. 2) A set of labels showing artist, title and release information. The labels have set typography, while the shape of the label changes between releases. 3) A set of graphic symbols. These symbols are used to complement the logo on the artwork and in any other media the logo is present. These three parts are combined with the artwork and together creates a recognizable and flexible concept. 2011 Example of concept in use on MRBL001 (artwork by Rimo), MRBL002 (artwork by Jonathan Zawada), MRBL011 (artwork by Romain Bernardie James) and MRBL012 (artwork by Trevor Winkfield).
Posters created for 5070 - a project initiated by Martin Löfqvist. Each month a new set of posters on a new theme by nine Swedish graphic designers will be presented. Museum Studio's posters will be added here as they are published each month. The posters will soon be available for purchase through: www.5070.se Photography by Daniel Blom
Art direction for Systembolaget, Sweden's government owned chain of liquor stores. Images for in-store campaigns. The concept is a table setting with a seasonal three course dinner prepared with the flavours of the season. Posters and printed matter displayed at all of Systembolaget's 413 stores all over Sweden. Agency: Kollo AB Photography: Fabian Björnstjerna Styling: Linda Lundgren
Packaging design for two RVW products: The Haijk flower pot and the Don't Touch vase. Following in line with the identity previously created for RVW, a visual interpretation of the products were added to the boxes. 2010
Three posters made for the "I like my City" show in Pau, France. Curated by Medium. 2010 "I like my town, but I can’t say exactly what I like about it. I don’t think it’s the smell. I’m too accustomed to the monuments to want to look at them. I like certain lights, a few bridges, café terraces. I love passing through a place I haven’t seen for a long time." Georges Perec, Species of Spaces and Other Pieces. One reference point for the project is this quote by the french writer Georges Perec. His fascination with the apparently trivial details of everyday life – the infra-ordinary, offers an approach for experiencing our quotidian environments in new ways. Contrary to the spectacle of the tourist, familiarity of a place allows new understandings and readings, by focusing on detail rather than the whole. The posters show a selection of research photographs all taken during the past 12 months in my hometown: Stockholm. The images are close-up studies of structure and colour. Font: MS Rotatus, an experimental rotating font. Each letter typed rotates 45 degrees clockwise. Based on a version of Futura Ultra Condensed by Museum Studio.
Dear Friends published by Tranan Förlag The book documents letters sent between children in Langa, South Africa and Rinkeby, Sweden during a two year period documenting everyday life through personal stories and photographs. 2010