Poster, 245 x 350 mm. Modified artwork originally created using a Commodore AMIGA 500 computer. Shown at the Soirée Graphique group show at the Kunsthalle Bern, October 2012.
Nobody There To Know published by Museum Paper. Artist book by Jocko Weyland. Travelogue of a antisocial yet fruitful autumnal excursion to Duluth, Minnesota - mid 1990's. The book was printed, photocopied, scanned and re-colored with a brown, rusty hue before the full color images were added. 2012
Passenger Seat published by Museum Paper. Photo book by Per Englund. Surveillance like photographs taken through the windows of passenger seats at a red light crossing in Hornstull, Stockholm. The materials choosen for the book, the shapes and typography were inspired by vintage binoculars. 2012
T-shirt prints , pattern for shirt fabric and collection logotype for Sixpack France SS12 collection.
Bird sculpture for Ko To Ri Ten exhibition at Utrecht Bookstore, Tokyo. Carved wood, marble & clay, 105 x 170 x 140 mm. 2012 Photopraphy by Daniel Blom.
T-shirt print for Wood Wood capsule collection celebrating the brands 10th anniversary. Found timber with custom made stamp. 2011 Buy the shirt here.
Logotype for Laji: a platform for creative collaboration between curator Jeanette Steinsland, choreographer/dancer Alexandra Campbell and composer/singer Lisa Holmqvist. 2012
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